Akiko Haruna
Delusions

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about the record

Akiko Haruna’s world is one where cacophonic distress lingers, shuffling itself over scapes of percussive damage and driven groove. Akiko presents a fresh take on the current Technoid function through her use of emotive and intentionally disruptive vocal chops and a dizzying ‘wall of sound’ approach to the dancefloor.

Akiko’s artistic background is primarily in dance, and undoubtedly this performance-led background has had an acute impact on her approach to melodic detail & storytelling. Akiko’s tracks rapidly shift & morph states, always restless and searching with fluidity and intent. From the ever present micro electronic details to sweeping swathes of bass flutter, the notion of progressive movement remains at the forefront of her sound, where minute elements of detail become briefly isolated, intentionally directing the listener to their subtle presence.

  1. 1 - A Mother's Love 4:10
  2. 2 - Husband Established 2:52
  3. 3 - Ripheus Alley 3:02

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Akiko Haruna
Delusions

15,00

only 2 left

  1. 1 - A Mother's Love 4:10
  2. 2 - Husband Established 2:52
  3. 3 - Ripheus Alley 3:02

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about the record

Akiko Haruna’s world is one where cacophonic distress lingers, shuffling itself over scapes of percussive damage and driven groove. Akiko presents a fresh take on the current Technoid function through her use of emotive and intentionally disruptive vocal chops and a dizzying ‘wall of sound’ approach to the dancefloor.

Akiko’s artistic background is primarily in dance, and undoubtedly this performance-led background has had an acute impact on her approach to melodic detail & storytelling. Akiko’s tracks rapidly shift & morph states, always restless and searching with fluidity and intent. From the ever present micro electronic details to sweeping swathes of bass flutter, the notion of progressive movement remains at the forefront of her sound, where minute elements of detail become briefly isolated, intentionally directing the listener to their subtle presence.

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