A Connection to the Wonder – review by Paul Rijkens

At the moment of writing is our country in a cold and dark time, cold because of the temperature and the many rain, dark because of the short days but also because of the lockdown. We can therefore some warmth and positivism to use. Max Corbacho offers us through his music. The one from Barcelona electronic music artist is a specialist in creating the most beautiful synthesizer sounds which he layered on top of each other lays. This produces a serene and, at least for me, uplifting atmosphere on. In his early days, his music sometimes rhythms, albeit cautious; late today he who left behind. A Connection To The Wonder contains a trio numbers, varying in time between about thirteen minutes and almost forty minutes. The longest composition, the title piece, opens the CD. The song starts with gorgeous, Steve Roach-esque strings after which a very calm part entry does that all the time becomes softer. This track has to my opinion a bit like Roach’ masterpiece Structures From Silence. This Space Is Being Created I think it’s a great title to Max’ spatial music. About speaking to ambient specialists: the somewhat “rolling” sounds (I can do not describe it otherwise) and the structure that we hear here, I think a little bit towards the great album Planetary Unfolding by Michael Stearns. Quiet Renewal closes the CD with a series of very beautiful sounds. Max, thanks for this bright spot this dark time!


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