November 13, 2018

Haulm share new single “Loss”

Haulm are back with a brand new single, “Loss.” Premiered yesterday over on Indiecurrent, the track builds on the sonics of last year’s Stay For Me EP, injecting a slick propulsion to the otherwise hazy and smoke-filled proceedings. The single is the first from an EP the band will release next year. More details there soon.

In the meantime, they’re following up the sold out run alongside HONNE with dates in support of Zimmer. Tickets in the tour section.


October 9, 2018

Haulm on tour now in North America

Haulm is hitting the road later this week for a run of dates in support of British production duo HONNE, followed by another jaunt with electronic Frenchman, Zimmer.


August 3, 2018

Haulm “Stay For Me” remix EP out today

And here they are: seven remixes of songs from Haulm’s debut EP, Stay For Me. You’ve got BAILE’s depressive house, Bedstudy’s shooting star synth rework, Dayspired clapping key-led future-funk, a seedy, 4AM comedown from Su Na. It’s all good. Don’t trust us, just listen.


July 9, 2018

Haulm announce “Stay For Me” remix EP, share Dayspired remix

Today, Haulm have announced the upcoming release of Stay For Me (Remixes) a collection of reinterpretations of songs from their debut EP. The seven-song collection is due digitally August 3rd. The release features contributions from LA electronic songsmith Kauf, St Petersberg producer Nuage, GJ labelmates Bedstudy, and more. To herald the upcoming release, Haulm have unveiled a taste in the form of the radically re-envisioned title track by Boston duo Dayspired.


March 30, 2018

Haulm’s debut EP “Stay For Me” out today

Stay For Me, the debut from Haulm, is out now!

Yesterday, KCRW premiered “Clean,” one of the icier moments on the EP.  Much like previous singles, the song’s charm resides in the interplay between producer Reed Kackley’s dusky production and singer JT Norton’s crisp falsetto.

”Haulm are a duo based in Brooklyn who specialize in moody, downtempo electronic song craft,” KCRW says. “The haunting atmosphere they’ve created within the song “Clean,” is what initially drew me in, but what keeps me coming back is the evocative refrain “overage and underpaid, all I do is clean.” It’s a great line set to a deeply hummable melody, which gives me the strong feeling that they will not remain underpaid for long.”

Stay tuned for more from the duo soon.


January 24, 2018

Haulm share new single “Work For Us”, announce “Stay For Me” EP

Today Haulm have released the witchy, slow-burning “Work For Us.” Stream it, buy it, love it here. But more importantly, the duo have a big announcement: on March 30th they’ll release their debut EP. It’s called Stay For Me. And it’s gorgeous. More on that soon.

But in the meantime, this new song?! “Work For Us” melds the downtempo eeriness of debut single “They Came Along,” with producer Reed Kackley’s crackling, Burial-esque punchiness and vocalist JT Norton’s sweetly somnambulant vocals. All of that will be on display this Saturday and next Monday in Brooklyn as the group make their live debut at Elsewhere 2/27 and Baby’s All Right 2/29. Tickets in the tour section.


November 8, 2017

Haulm share new single “Settle”

Following on the heels of the Brooklyn duo’s well-received debut, “They Came Along,” today Haulm has officially shared a new single called “Settle.” Premiered yesterday via Earmilk, the downcast pop song is an eerily lit showcase of JT Norton’s haunting melodies and Reed Kackley’s minimalist production. Think Rhye meets Burial, or a woozier Francis & The Lights. More from these guys soon.


October 12, 2017

Haulm share new single “They Came Along”

This is “They Came Along” by Haulm, the latest member of the Grand Jury family. Their debut single is a minimalist, downcast delight, and only the first in a series of songs we’ll be releasing over the coming months. Earlier this week The405 had this to say:

The duo’s debut single, ‘They Came Along,’ is one of the year’s most thrilling tracks to date, all done without overloading the listener with sounds or gimmicks. Make no mistake, there is plenty of ambient noise – dogs, bird chirps, etc. There are also an array of warm, analogue textures and synths by Kackley filling in a rich sonic foundation for Norton’s somber, ethereal vocals.

And yet, it is only during a brief stretch near the end of the almost-six minute long track that the track’s various components really stack on top of one another. Instead, listeners are treated to a slow-burn of a dance track, packed with moody mediations on isolation and life. The end result is an utterly compelling listen, the sort of debut any group would dream of making. They say you only have one first impression and Haulm has not wasted theirs.

Get this one wherever you stream music.