|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Fourth, Part One||11||Audio||2009||TTO Records|
|2||Fourth, Part One||11||Audio||2009||Equilibrium Music|
|3||3||13||Audio||2006||Editions Nech / TTO Records|
|4||Fourth, Part One||11||Audio||2009||TTO Records|
|5||Second||12||Audio||2003||Editions Nech / TTO Records|
|6||00/1||10||Audio||2001||Editions Nech / TTO Records|
|7||Fourth, Part Two||11||Audio||2011||TTO Records|
|8||Fourth, Part One||11||Audio||2009||Equilibrium Music|
|9||The Edge||13||Audio||2014-07-04||TTO Records|
Deleyaman is a band formed in 2000 by Aret Madilian, an american multi-instrumentalist. The band consists of Beatrice Valantin, Gerard Madilian. and Mia Bjorlingsson. They’ve released six albums to date while creating a unique and unclassifiable sound. Their music is impossible to pigeon hole into a single genre.
Their albums have been described as dark wave, art-rock, ethereal, avant-garde, world ambient, mystical, post-punk, post-rock or even neo-folk.
Music critics have likened some of Deleyaman’s work to that of Dead Can Dance and to the melancholic-apocalyptic folk of Leonard Cohen. Other critics have mentioned Nick Cave's cold-wave, Cocteau Twins' atmospheres or Velvet Underground's experimentations.
What is sure is that the band is unable or does not want to classify its own music into a single genre definition.