VESTIGES / Rhys Philip Buckingaham

  Rhys Philip Buckingaham from Nelson, New Zeland «I discovered Max Corbacho’s rich atmospheric music by chance just as I had found Robert Scott Thompson’s masterpieces of computer generated ambience a year or so ago. Max is a Spaniard whose musical directions certainly are strongly influenced by RST, and also Steve Roach and Michael Stearns. … Read more

Far Beyond the Immobile Point

FAR BEYOND THE IMMOBILE POINT / Hector Jordan, Groove Unlimited

Hector Jordan, Groove Unlimited From the darkness of remote intergalactic space to the brigtness of stars, Corbacho’s music has an energy that gives the listener the feeling of belonging into an eternal, endless pulse of an ever-expanding universe, leading our imagination through the immensity of the cosmos in a tireless quest in the realms of … Read more

Far Beyond the Immobile Point

FAR BEYOND THE IMMOBILE POINT / Lloyd Barde , Backroads Music

Lloyd Barde / BackroadsMusic «The second release from Spain’s Space Music ace is here! A bit deeper, darker and longer, this mp3 CD (like Giles Reaves’ «Sacred Space») is a serious space journey. There are less elements of a tribal nature on this one, and the «desert soundscape» aspect of the debut, «Vestiges» are not … Read more

VESTIGES/ Phil Derby, Exposé Magazine

Phil Derby / Exposé Magazine «Vestiges is a great ambient expanse of soundscapes much in the style of Roach, but with a Spanish flair, particularly in the percussion that is added. This is immediately evident on the first track, «Desolada.» Despite a healthy dose of drums, the sweeping synthesizer textures that surround them convey a … Read more

Far Beyond the Immobile Point

FAR BEYOND THE IMMOBILE POINT /Chuck van Zyl, Star´s End

  Chuck van Zyl Host: Star’s End http://www.starsend.org chuckv@starsend.org «It is especially incumbent upon every spacemusician to know and understand the audience for which their music is produced. In this genre of aural impressionism and sonic expressionism it is the audience who completes each piece in the listening. On the cryptically entitled «Far Beyond TheImmobile … Read more

Far Beyond the Immobile Point

FAR BEYOND THE IMMOBILE POINT / Phil Derby, Sequences Magazine

  Phil Derby / Sequences Magazine «Drawing on influences of the best of floating ambience, from Steve Roach to Robert Scott Thompson, Spaniard Max Corbacho places his own stamp on the genre with his second CD, a solid follow-up to his very good «Vestiges» CD. The tribal elements have been stripped away this time around, … Read more

Far Beyond the Immobile Point

FAR BEYOND THE IMMOBILE POINT / Paul Rijkens, E-dition magazine

Paul Rijkens / E-dition magazine «The second album from the Spaniard Max Corbacho is a so-called «DAM-CD». It contains the audio-tracks, a multimedia-section and MP3’s. His first one,»Vestiges», was a great ambient album in the style of Steve Roach. «Far Beyond The Immobile Point» goes even deeper, much deeper. The album contains no rhythms and … Read more

VESTIGES /Edgar Kogler, Amazing Sounds

EDGAR KOGLER / Amazing Sounds «This is an evocative release where the melody, wrapped up in floating textures, goes through a universe of magic and mystery. The CD in general could be labelled as Ambient / Space Music.However, the melodies and the rhythms incorporate elements of World Music, as well as Industrial traits. The music … Read more

VESTIGES / Eclectic Earwig Reviews

Eclectic Earwig Reviews: JazzFusion, Progressive Rock, and Beyond / Hannah M.G.Shapero www.geocities.com/trogotagel «The mood of Vestiges is consistently contemplative and serene, the tempo always slow-moving. It is perfect music for dreaming and relaxation, for taking inner journeys to that beautiful, windswept uncrowded place which only exists within our minds. There is none of the angst … Read more

VESTIGES / Lloyd Barde, «Backroads Music»

Lloyd Barde /»Backroads Music» «In the realm of Roach’s «Dreamtime Return,» but vibrant and unique in its own right, this CD by Max Corbacho seems to touch all the right regions of space drift, tribal ambient, and those carving, penetrating textures that we are all so fond of. In Max’s own words, «Welcome. If you … Read more

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