Haiku Salut Share remix of “The More and Moreness” by Thomas Ragsdale

September 21, 2018

Haiku Salut

Share remix of “The More and Moreness” by Thomas Ragsdale

There Is No Elsewhere out now via PRAH Recordings

Lamp show tour begins this week!

Sat 22nd Sep – More Music, Morecambe
Thurs 27th Sep – Deaf Institute, Manchester, with Thomas Ragsdale
Fri 28th Sep – Wirksworth Town Hall
Sat 29th Sep – Nottingham Contemporary
Tues 2nd Oct – The Cube, Bristol
Wed 3rd Oct – Hard of Hearing Centre, Oxford
Thurs 4th Oct – Norwich Arts Centre
Fri 5th Oct – St John On Bethnal Green, London
Sat 6th Oct – The Haunt, Brighton

Following the release of their critically acclaimed album There Is No Elsewhere, Derbyshire electronica trio Haiku Salut share a remix of the lead track, “The More and Moreness”, by Yorkshire-based techno composer Thomas Ragsdale. Where the original track saw an ambitious interweaving of electronic and organic with the triumphant warmth of a brass band, the remix strips everything back to the essential, rhythmic elements to create a hypnotic meditation. You can watch the video for the original version of “The More and Moreness” here.

Haiku Salut hit the road this week for the new incarnation of their renowned Lamp Show Tour, in which a stageful of vintage lamps are programmed to flash, fade and flicker in time to the music, a truly unmissable mesmerising live experience. Thomas Ragsdale will be supporting in Leeds and Manchester.
Haiku Salut consists of multi-instrumentalists Gemma BarkerwoodSophie Barkerwood, and Louise Croft. Between them, Haiku Salut play accordion, piano, glockenspiel, trumpet, guitar, ukulele, drums, and melodica. There Is No Elsewhere is their third album, following their debut Tricolorein 2013 and Etch And Etch Deep in 2015.
From his basement studio, Thomas Ragsdale creates cinematic electronica with immersive soundscapes and blissful techno workouts. His music has been featured with great effect in two BBC documentaries by Adam Curtis including the acclaimed Hyper Normalisation, where his track “Warning Mass” was featured extensively. Ragsdale’s live performances is like an audio-visual immersive sound-bath, drawing his audience into a mesmerizing and cinematic experience. With regular live performances sharing bills with artists including Tropic Of Cancer, Telefon Tel Aviv, Forest Swords and Tim Hecker.

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