|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||They Were Dreaming They Were Stones||3||Audio||2004||Ground Fault Recordings|
|4||They Were Dreaming They Were Stones / Elements||6||Audio||2004||Ground Fault Recordings|
|5||Live In Boston||3||Audio||2005||Ctrl+Alt+Canc Records|
|6||We Share A Shadow||2||Audio||2009-03-00||Helen Scarsdale Agency|
|7||Eyes Like A Fish||6||Audio||2002||S'Agita Recordings|
|8||Lind, Raud, Aastaajad||21||Audio||2012-02-02||Invisible Birds|
|9||What Are The Roots That Clutch||5||Audio||2012-07-00||Helen Scarsdale Agency|
|10||Framework 1 - 4||8||Audio||2012-10-01||Herbal International|
patrick mcginley (aka murmer) is an american-born sound, performance, and radio artist who has been based in europe since 1996. since then he has been building a collection of found sounds and found objects that has become the basis of all his work. in 2002 he founded framework, an organisation that produces a weekly field-recording themed radio show, broad- and podcasting around the world. in 2005, he began working closely with the artist-run organisation MoKS in southeast estonia, relocating there permanently in 2009. most recently mcginley has been giving presentations, workshops, and performances based on the exploration of site-specific sound (with the revenant project) and sound as definition of space. in live performance his interest in field recording has developed into an attempt to integrate and resonate found sounds, found objects, specific spaces, and moments in time, in order to create a direct and visceral link with an audience and location.
murmer’s work is about small discoveries and concentrated attention; it focuses on the framing of the sounds around us which normally pass through our ears unnoticed and unremarked, but which out of context become unrecognisable, alien and extraordinary: crackling charcoal, a squeaking escalator, a buzzing insect, or one’s own breath. he works equally with spaces, objects, resonances, and people, in composition, performance, or simply collective action and experience, in exploration of perception via attentive listening.