Jonathan Coleclough & Murmer - Husk Standard Edition CD
They first met in 2002 after appearing on the compilation LP Chaleur, and soon began work on the material that would become Husk. Sharing a fascination with using found sound in their music, Husk includes recordings of refrigerators, thunderstorms, sheep, car horns, ferryboats, windblown sand, crackling charcoal, as well as more conventional instrumental sounds including a variety of percussion instruments. Much of the music started as live improvisation, in one case during a radio broadcast on McGinleys regular Framework slot on the London-based radioart station Resonance FM. These live recordings have been carefully edited and mixed over several years. Husk is packaged in a 6-panel Digisleeve featuring photographs by Patrick McGinley.