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Husky Rescue

About Husky Rescue

In Finland, the winters are long, cold and dark. This harsh environment is all the more reason for producer Marko Nyberg to gather up his musician pals --around 20 in all -- to stay indoors and create this ingenious studio creation. With Husky Rescue, Nyberg, a TV sound designer and movie buff, has built a multitextured collection of voice (airy female vocals), instruments (the twang of slide guitar mixed with synths) and artful slices of film dialogue to assemble scenes that approximate a modern Morricone-like spaghetti western with no shootouts, just basking in the sonic sunshine.

Listen toHusky Rescueon Rhapsody

In Finland, the winters are long, cold and dark. This harsh environment is all the more reason for producer Marko Nyberg to gather up his musician pals --around 20 in all -- to stay indoors and create this ingenious studio creation. With Husky Rescue, Nyberg, a TV sound designer and movie buff, has built a multitextured collection of voice (airy female vocals), instruments (the twang of slide guitar mixed with synths) and artful slices of film dialogue to assemble scenes that approximate a modern Morricone-like spaghetti western with no shootouts, just basking in the sonic sunshine.

About Husky Rescue

In Finland, the winters are long, cold and dark. This harsh environment is all the more reason for producer Marko Nyberg to gather up his musician pals --around 20 in all -- to stay indoors and create this ingenious studio creation. With Husky Rescue, Nyberg, a TV sound designer and movie buff, has built a multitextured collection of voice (airy female vocals), instruments (the twang of slide guitar mixed with synths) and artful slices of film dialogue to assemble scenes that approximate a modern Morricone-like spaghetti western with no shootouts, just basking in the sonic sunshine.

About Husky Rescue

In Finland, the winters are long, cold and dark. This harsh environment is all the more reason for producer Marko Nyberg to gather up his musician pals --around 20 in all -- to stay indoors and create this ingenious studio creation. With Husky Rescue, Nyberg, a TV sound designer and movie buff, has built a multitextured collection of voice (airy female vocals), instruments (the twang of slide guitar mixed with synths) and artful slices of film dialogue to assemble scenes that approximate a modern Morricone-like spaghetti western with no shootouts, just basking in the sonic sunshine.