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HUSK answers a Celtic calling with Gaelic Electrofolk; a bilingual blend of Irish trad & electronica that weaves between English and Gaeilge languages.

With themes of the divine within the Earth itself, the inexplicable connection many feel towards the Emerald Isle, and elements of Irish folklore, HUSK remains connected with Manchester’s Irish & diaspora community, and was recently part of an RTÉ Radio 1 feature ‘Manchester’s Irish Heart’, talking about furthering Irish music. However, HUSK always feels the pull of Béal Feirste, often returning to an Chulturlann to brush up on their Gaeilge!

With a history as a synthpop songster, (heard on BBC 6Music, Gaydio, Amazing Radio, Sirius XFM), they use their love of 80’s synths, ear worm melodies, and pushing beats, with the unmistakable slides, rolls and the foot stomping pulse of traditional Irish music, for a unique offering of contemporary electronic music production, folk and trad. HUSK works with revered Irish musicians and Gaeilgeoirí (Irish speakers), including flute & whistle player Jacquelyn Hynes, violinist India Shan Merrett and piper/Irish language advocate Cormac Buzz O’Bríain, who lend their experience & knowledge giving verve and authenticity.

Artist pronouns: They/Them



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