I sawHusk at Aquarius Records. I'll have to check that out.
Four more that I'd recommend are:
Coleclough/Potter- Low Ground- intense drones and natural forest sounds -birds chirping, crickets, water, frogs- and it's all given the "ominously-creepy" treatment. Sounds like you're in a haunted forest. This is a great one!
Coleclough- Beech, for John and Miho- this is pure drone, baby! -114 minutes of sparkling, mesmerizing drones that twist around each other like strands of rope.
Colin Potter/Phil Mouldycliff- Shellfish in Kettleblack- a strange mixture of drones, static, wind, random voices and odd clanking noises. A surreal and unearthly soundworld. Very fascinating, I've been playing this A LOT lately.
Coleclough- Makruna/Minya- this is well worth it just for the Makruna track. DEEP, slow drones and distant bird sounds. Sounds like a night-time forest. Not as creepy as Low Ground.