Critics cannot stop saying enough good things about Haim, a band featuring three sisters who combine the whimsy of folk
with R&B beats. It shouldn't really work, but oh how it does so brilliantly. The rave reviews keep pouring in for this triumvirate
of folksy beat artists, and there seems to be no stopping these uber talented young women. There's just something instantly
likable and captivating about Haim that has audiences and critics completely rapt and dying to know what the group is going
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It's the genre clash nobody thought possible. It just seemed too absurd to mix together folk and R&B and think it would
catch. Boy were the naysayers wrong, because that's exactly what Haim, three sisters ("and one mister," friend Dash Hutton
on drums) from LA, have done. These gifted artists successfully fused the crystal-clear vocals and wafting melodies of folk-rock
with the beats of hip-hop and given the whole thing a hi-tech polish, giving it a modern yet timeless feel. There just isn't
anybody else out there making music like Haim. To hear a truly unique sound, you've got to check out Haim live!
It's a wonder why nobody thought of it before, to meld the uplifting vocal tapestries of folk with the earthy grit of R&B.
Probably nobody tried because they thought it couldn't be done. Well the ladies of Haim are here to prove them all wrong,
and they're doing it brilliantly. Their music just works, works so well that critics and audiences are salivating for more
from this trio of overnight rock stars. Their shows are filled to capacity, selling out quickly, and you don't want to be
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According to California-based sister trio Haim, the origin story of their band starts with their parents' shared love of
music. As a teenager in the 1970s, their mother won an episode of The Gong Show singing a rendition of a Bonnie Raitt song.
Growing up, the Haim girls were fed a steady diet of classic rock from the drummer father. This is clearly the source of their
folk-rock predilections, so where does the hip-hop come from? The radio, of course. Listening to TLC, Brandy, En Vogue and
other female icons of their childhood influenced Haim heavily, and it's that precarious balance they so deftly strike that
has earned them wide recognition as musical pioneers and geniuses.
The sounds of Haim are a celebration of music, a fireworks display of all the sounds the sisters love and want to share.
Not only do these gifted singers push themselves to their vocal limits, they makes space for cowbells, funk guitar, cymbal
splashes and vocal harmonies. It's not murky, or buried under feedback and fuzz, but big, bold and sprightly. The arrangements
are positively spectacular, and everyone is lining to work with and see the next big thing in music - Haim. You don't want
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