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An Iranian-American artist based in Brooklyn, Saleh's unique sound is deeply rooted in a troubadour tradition and has a heavy emphasis on lyrics and melody, with nods to gypsy, tango, and electronic music. His first recording, The Cobblestone - EP, was released in 2010 and went on to gain great audience and critical response. While on tour in New York, Saleh teamed up with virtuoso cellist Dave Eggar and luminary drummer Chuck Palmer and the three began playing and touring extensively as a trio. They, together with DJ/Producer Chuck Wild (Captain Planet) recorded and released Saleh's first full length album, Undone. Heralded as "one of the best out-of-left-field releases of 2013", the single "Open Your Mind Let Me Out" was nominated for an Independent Music Award. Following Undone, Saleh released his second full-length album Antoinette in 2017 and reached #1 on the Merging Arts World Music Charts. Nominated for multiple Independent Music Awards, the 10-track album boldly weaves together the dark and hopeful to examine complex themes of shifting identity, cultural appropriation, romance, and the inextricable link between promise and despair. In August of 2018, Saleh released Swan Bird, 5 tracks remixing some of Googoosh's biggest hits, reimagining the Queen of Iranian pop in a modern electro context. Saleh has also founded The Libretto Project, where he regularly releases music inspired by novels, and works as a composer scoring films, theatre and commercials.
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