Shoosh

Short biography of Shoosh: Neil Carlill is a poet, songwriter, vocalist, composer and musician who is currently in the band Vedette. He was also a founder member and the lead singer with alternative/experimental bands Delicatessen (Rough Trade/Big Life) and Lodger (Island). Neil is heavily influenced by the surrealism and dadaism of the early 20th century and this is a regular theme in his work.

Ed Drury is a composer and multi instrumentalist who writes music for film and television. He plays in the region of 60 instruments including members of the woodwind, brass, strings and percussion sections and in his spare time he performs, teaches and writes about the Australian Didgeridoo. Ed has featured on countless albums over the years by literally hundreds of artists from around the globe.

Craig Murphy is a musician, composer and producer of experimental music and a multimedia artist working with abstract music videos. Having established the rising Herb Recordings imprint in his native Scotland, Murphy's own output resembles that of a musical odyssey. An obsession with Frank Zappa has seen to a fascination with experimentation and Murphy's many projects span several genres. From the mechanistic, yet poignant electronica of Solipsism, his electro-psychedelic band shoosh with Neil Carlill and multi-instrumentalist Ed Drury, to his recent ambient outlet ch.pm. Murphy's distinctive sound is often abstract, yet retains a rich, melodic and emotional edge.

Also on the Web you may find Shoosh by links below:
  1. http://www.shooshmusic.com
  2. http://www.myspace.com/shooshmusic
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# Album cover Album title Tracks amount Download album in mp3? Official release date Production label
1 Orpheum Circuit 9
mp3, CD
2008-10-20 Herb Recordings
2 Magus EP 4
mp3, CD
2010-08-02 Herb Recordings

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