UK music group Acacia comprised singer and guitarist Alexander (who refused to reveal his surname) and audio engineer Man Sigsworth, who had previously caused some successful performers including Seal, Bomb The Bass and Björk. As well as accompaniment from Maurizio Anzalone (b. Britain of Italian-Spanish parentage; acoustic guitar), and Talvin Singh (b. 1970, London, Britain, of Kenyan-Indian descent; percussion), the second option a experienced of live use Siouxsie AS WELL AS THE Banshees, Björk as well as the On U AUDIO SYSTEM, they spent a lot of 1993 perfecting their low-budget ‘liquid music’. The second option term was coined to spell it out the special ‘underwater tabla’ sound, because they offered their wares for the underground cassette picture via mail purchase. Alexander had 1st learned to try out your guitar to Chinese language and Balinese scales before any intro to more frequent R&B forms, which factor heavily affected the music group’s path. When asked whether Acacia had been a global music band, he’d just concede: ‘We’re a 4th world band, as the music’s alien to everyone.’ Their 1st single, Apr 1994’s Maddening Shroud EP, also added Balkan gypsy voices, gamelans and an insistent nursery rhyme melody to superb effect.