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Customer Reviews

Pure beauty

If you have not discovered Husky Rescue yet then you are in for a treat. It is very difficult to assign this group to a particular genre and it is one of those albums that on the first few listens "I just didn't get it"!

If you are new to this group, then I actually suggest you start with their album "Country Falls" first, then progress to "Ghost is Not Real" before embarking on this album.

Their music is so enchanting with soft flowing melodies, interesting licks/handles and clever use of ambience. I am trying to compare them to a group but can't seem to do it. I almost feel it is Lemon Jelly meets Air meets Royksopp meets Blue States.

Give it a punt!

Biography

Formed: 2002 in Helsinki, Finland

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s

Inspired by film, photography, art, and the climate in its home country of Finland, Husky Rescue was formed by Marko Nyberg in 2002. Nyberg went under the name Husky Rescue while recording the debut record with about 20 musicians and singers. Country Falls, an ambient pop collection with subtle hints of country, was released internationally on Catskills Records in October 2004 and in the United States on Minty Fresh in spring 2005. In order to play live, Nyberg added Reeta-Leena Korhola (vocals),...
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