This disc, dominated by pieces for oboe (Christopher Redgate), takes one into a world where austerity becomes hypnotic. Dilok, Delal and Kulamen Dilan are harsh, quarter-tonal unfoldings for, respectively, oboe, oboe d’amore and soprano saxophone (Andrew McNeill), each with percussion (Julian Warburton) and evoking Arabic/Islamic music. The oboe solos of Moon’s Goin’ Down and Runnin’ Wild distantly recall the blues. Keroiylu reinvents Azerbaijani folk music for oboe, bassoon and piano. The title piece, a ruminative quintet for soprano saxophone, E flat clarinet, violin, guitar and piano is a larger-scale example of this “recycling of waste” from the cultural margins.