Against all odds, discriminations, wars, killings and whatever unjust.

Ehsan Saboohi – Politics​-​Aesthetics III: Twenty​-​four by Twenty​-​four

Noise à Noise proudly presents Politics-Aesthetics III: Twenty-four by Twenty-Four’ by Ehsan Saboohi. This composition series is the third set among more series of compositions with similar titles – and an episode-zero – by Ehsan Saboohi. This album is dedicated to the memory of a nine-year-old Iranian boy ’Kian Pirfalak’, and the blessing of his soul. Each piece in this collection comes with a separate graphic design (by the composer).

Ehsan Saboohi is a composer and music theorist, he considers himself a post-orientalist composer, a term he has coined to describe a music language for analyzing the aesthetics of his and his colleagues’ compositions.

This Album was developed in an ongoing composition process, each of the pieces gradually appeared on Bandcamp on a weekly basis during the pre-order period. It was first put on pre-order during the winter in 2023 and is now released in April. Some pieces come in more than one mix-edition.

Album Statement:

‘In the name of the God of rainbow

In the name of God of rainbow,
In the name of God of light,
In the name of God of color,
Twenty-four by twenty-four collection is in praise of light and color.
E. Saboohi’


released April 22, 2023

Ehsan Saboohi is a composer and music theorist. He demands a different language of common Contemporary Classical music trends by taking inspiration from the philosophical-social ideas of the famous philosopher Edward Said.

“Post-Orientalism is a modern music language that uses microtonal sounds and intervals alongside altered sound chain and block structures to achieve a post-orientalism musical piece in different acoustic and electroacoustic compositions.”

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Producer, Composed by Ehsan Saboohi
Visual composition for the Cover Art, Layout design by Ramin Ashtari
Post-production, A&R, Promotions: Soheil Soheili

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