Posts Tagged: Haiku Salut

Haiku Salut ~ There Is No Elsewhere

Derbyshire’s all-female trio Haiku Salut has one of the happiest sounds around, one that doesn’t ignore current events but transcends them.  For this band, life is about moving past enmity and discord toward harmony and acceptance.  The music conveys this message

Haiku Salut ~ There Is No Elsewhere

Derbyshire’s all-female trio Haiku Salut has one of the happiest sounds around, one that doesn’t ignore current events but transcends them.  For this band, life is about moving past enmity and discord toward harmony and acceptance.  The music conveys this message

ACL 2015: The Happiest Music of the Year

Let’s face it, 2015 was a tough year for Planet Earth.  Terrorists attacked, politicians argued, and the climate continued to destabilize.  There has never been a better time for happy music, and thankfully, we’ve got a great selection right here!

ACL 2015: The Happiest Music of the Year

Let’s face it, 2015 was a tough year for Planet Earth.  Terrorists attacked, politicians argued, and the climate continued to destabilize.  There has never been a better time for happy music, and thankfully, we’ve got a great selection right here!

Haiku Salut ~ Etch and Etch Deep

The midpoint of the year is the perfect time for summer music ~ sets whose sounds evoke holidays, carnivals, fireworks and marching bands.  Etch and Etch Deep fits the bill, and seems tailor-made for picnics in the park.  Earlier this year,

Haiku Salut ~ Etch and Etch Deep

The midpoint of the year is the perfect time for summer music ~ sets whose sounds evoke holidays, carnivals, fireworks and marching bands.  Etch and Etch Deep fits the bill, and seems tailor-made for picnics in the park.  Earlier this year,

Electronic Observations: Circuits and Wires

Guest EO columnist Richard Allen introduces his electronic picks for early 2015: brand new albums by Canned Fit, Deison & Mingle, Marreck, Muted, Rone and Sonae, plus the year’s first great video, from Jilk and Haiku Salut.   As hundreds of submissions

Electronic Observations: Circuits and Wires

Guest EO columnist Richard Allen introduces his electronic picks for early 2015: brand new albums by Canned Fit, Deison & Mingle, Marreck, Muted, Rone and Sonae, plus the year’s first great video, from Jilk and Haiku Salut.   As hundreds of submissions

ACL 2013: The Happiest Music of the Year

When last year’s list was published, it wasn’t very popular.  But over the course of the year, the hits kept increasing, until it became our number one specialty list.  Why?  Because people need happy music, and search for it online.

ACL 2013: The Happiest Music of the Year

When last year’s list was published, it wasn’t very popular.  But over the course of the year, the hits kept increasing, until it became our number one specialty list.  Why?  Because people need happy music, and search for it online.

Haiku Salut ~ Tricolore

The three women of Haiku Salut (one for each color of Tricolore) admit a love for the music of Detekivbyran and múm and the writings of Haruki Murakami, and their debut album does justice to all three.  Accordion, trumpet and glockenspiel feature strongly, as

Haiku Salut ~ Tricolore

The three women of Haiku Salut (one for each color of Tricolore) admit a love for the music of Detekivbyran and múm and the writings of Haruki Murakami, and their debut album does justice to all three.  Accordion, trumpet and glockenspiel feature strongly, as

Haiku Salut / Hopeless Local Marching Band

Earlier this year, Japan’s Hopeless Local Marching Band released the wonderful short album Caffeine and Sleeping Pills, which represented a shift to the chapter track: long score-like songs unfolding like books.  This shift happily continues with two new pieces on this split EP,

Haiku Salut / Hopeless Local Marching Band

Earlier this year, Japan’s Hopeless Local Marching Band released the wonderful short album Caffeine and Sleeping Pills, which represented a shift to the chapter track: long score-like songs unfolding like books.  This shift happily continues with two new pieces on this split EP,