Siavash Amini is a composer/producer/guitarist from Tehran, Iran. His music draws from many genres and styles including: Noise, Drone, Ambient and Modern classical. His experiments with guitar textures was released on Umor Rex Records in form of the album “Till human voices wake us”. He then moved on to compose a series of pieces for computer, guitar and strings called “What wind whispered to the trees”, based on the movie “The Mirror” and two Dostoyevsky novels. It was released on British label Futuresequence.
His solo album called “Subsiding” was a series of compositions for string quartet, guitar, clarinet and computer. In 2016 he continued his exploration of combining modern classical composition with noise and electroacoustic techniques in form of two albums: a collaboration with spoken word artist Matt Finney (Umor Rex) and the second with the Greek composer and multi instrumentalist Phil Gardelis. He continued these explorations in 2017 with another collaboration with Matt Finney called “Second Shift” , a solo album called “TAR” and his Audio/Visual project with Czech visual artist Tereza Bartunkova “SERUS”. He also Collaborated with Rafael Anton Irisarri on two closing tracks of Irisarri’s album called “Shameless Years”.