Armenia’s greatest living musician and the acknowledged master of the double-reeded duduk, with its unique, mournful sound. ‘Without doubt one of the most beautiful and soulful recordings I have ever heard,’ says Brian Eno.
Reissue of the 1987 Audion. ‘Two epic half-hour works: Laraaji at his most immersive and exploratory. Heavenly tone clusters stretch out into infinity, recalling Popul Vuh’s soundtracks for Werner Herzog.’
‘Unique overview of the legendary electronic mystic. Rarities from private press cassettes; classic collaborations with Eno, Bill Laswell and co. Hypnotic ragas, cosmic synth bliss, far-out sonic explorations.’
Combining LP collaborations with Michael Brook in 1992 — beautiful ambient instrumentals — and Japanese band Audio Active in 1995, setting his words of wisdom to dub.