Compact Disks


Garden Quartet Debut Album | 2019
Gelareh's latest album in collaboration with Brian O'Dywer, Mike Gallichio and Arman Habibi. Highly recognised throughout her national tour around Australia in July 2019.
‘Garden Quartet’s songs journey from valley to peak, 
engaging you to such a degree that time slips away, 
a profound quality. Their music whorls and weaves a 
dreamlike canopy of effortless delicacy and impassioned vitality. Through them, a sense of meaning is restored through the sublime arts of music and poetry.’ 
- Perry Holt, Hear and Now 


Tanin-e Melbourne | 2013
Arriving in Australia from Iran in April 2012 Gelareh quickly set to work immersing herself in the rich and vibrant musical culture that Melbourne has to offer. This album was put together over nine months and
is a reflection of Gelareh’s experiences as she discovered her new home city. Comprised of many different recording sessions from many different places Tanin-e Melbourne is the resonance of hopes, dreams, and love.

Digital Downloads

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MNMM’s self-titled debut record is a captivating ‘middle-east meets west’ mix of post-rock, ambience, heaving progressions and Iranian musical elements. 
Comprised of members from Goodbye Enemy Airship, Warpigs and ZÖJ, this new project, spurned from the minds of Gelareh Pour, Gerard Mason and Brian O’Dwyer, is a culminating point of some of Melbourne’s finest post-rock composers. Elements of Mogwai, Godspeed You! Black Emperor and even tiny hints of Tangled Thoughts of Leaving are riddled throughout the music – all tastefully blended with Middle Eastern lyricism and instrumentation. 

Gelareh Pour and Mick Trembath Live
at B1 Gallery Ballarat | 

Recorded live in B1 Gallery, Ballarat, Gelareh Pour and Mick Trembath come together in this intimate duo featuring Kamancheh, guitar and voice. 

This recording documents this chance meeting that was born of an improvised collaboration at the Festival of Slow Music and is a celebration of cross cultural music. 



Radio Productions

Baby Farming Murderess | 2016
On the 15th January 1894, Frances Lydia Alice Knorr was executed for murdering two babies while 'baby farming', an old-fashioned term used to describe the practice of adopting or caring for illegitimate or unwanted children for money.

She was hanged in the Old Melbourne Goal, where her death mask remains on display.

Iranian composer Gelareh Pour sat in the exact spot where Frances Knorr was put to death in order to compose this piece for Soundproof. For Gelareh the story is not so much about the past, as it is about the present. Baby farming still happens in Iran today. A child born without a father cannot be registered. Meaning it does not exist. So babies, in this corner of the world, continue to be sold. Who knows how many there are.

In this piece 'the baby farming murderess' you will hear traditional Persian instruments being played against a backdrop of first hand eyewitness accounts of the hanging of Frances Knorr.

Gelareh Pour is an Iranian-born, Melbourne based musician who specialises in Persian music. She’s been playing since she was 10. Now, she performs with bands, often singing her own compositions and playing her particular blend of traditional Persian instruments. She plays across cultures, connecting the old world with the new, while finding every nature has its own sound.

Composer: Gelareh Pour

Actor: Belinda McClory / Paul Canlan

Producer: Lyn Gallacher

Sound Engineer: Tim Symonds



Subterranean Disposition – Contagiuum and the Landscapes of Failure | 2017
Gelareh Pour's first ever collaboration on a Doom Metal album.

Terry Vainoras brings with him a plethora of writing and recording experience. Gelareh Pour on Kemancheh, Qeychak Alto and voice, and Daniel Lucas on guest vocals.


Maps Of Tasmania | 2017
Soft Rock gets a bad rap. Usually attributed to acts like Air Supply, Toto and Bread, one can see where the seeds of such a reputation were sown, but this is mid 2016, and Maps of Tasmania are here to set the record straight. Gelareh Pour on Kamancheh as guest musicians.