Following the critically acclaimed 'Autovia' and preceeding the album 'Navigation' came the 'Music For Hairproducts' CD. Includes remixes by the likes of The Declining Winter (Hood spin-off) and Laudanum along with the melodica driven epic 'Dance Dance Dance'. Available on CD.


Tracklisting

 

1. Music for Hairproducts 

2. Music for Hairproducts (AUW Remix) 

3. Music for Hairproducts (The Declining Winter Remix),

4 Dance Dance Dance 

5 Autovia (Laudanum Remix)

Arthur and Martha: Music for Hairproducts CD (Bot3)

SKU: Bot3p
£5.00Price
    • Promo CD (replicated commercial quality)

     

    Biography

     

    Written on kiddies instruments, moogs and old-school drum machines, the innocent pop-sensibility of Arthur and Martha’s second single, ‘Music for Hair Products’, won’t fail to bring a smile in these times of economic doom and gloom. Preceding the debut album, ‘Navigation’, is the new single ‘Music for Hairproducts’. Knowingly stupid, and archly clever ; it’s an anthem for Head and Shoulders and hair-gel adverts worldwide. We defy you not to sing it’s infectious ‘sha-la-la’ chorus next time you’re foaming yourself in the shower.

     

    This EP also includes the reflective, melodica-driven‘DanceDance Dance’and three remixes including one from Hood (Domino Records) offshoot band The Declining Winter.

     

    Arthur & Martha’s debut single ‘Autovia’ received rave reviews from the likes of the NME and Artrocker and multiple Radio 1 plays from Huw Stephens. The band built on this success, gigging with the likes of LoFi Fnk, Grovesnor, Plastic Operator, Sportsday Megaphone and others. The band are flattered to have been compared to Kraftwerk, Add N to X, Pet Shop Boys and Soft Cell.

     

    Even the brightest Japanese scientist couldn’t make robots as happy as this release makes us. We hope this record will make you a very happy robot too!

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"Music for robots to dance to, distributed by a tiny British label that aims to take optimistic, electronic songs to the masses."

The Guardian

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