Equinox – review by Julian Boyce

Equinox, the latest journey into pure audio-emotion from Max Corbacho, the revered electronic soundscape artist from Spain. Max has a history of sublime, expansive music, experienced as though the listener is walking through a cathedral of light. In fact, his big open-space, sound textures are a trademark; music synonymous with stepping between the pillars of … Read more

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 … Read more

A Connection to the Wonder – review by Sonicimmersion.org

The title of this album is well chosen as it’s an entrance into a magical world of expansive, serene textural vistas and alternate realities. An abundance of velvet, overtly smooth evolving tapestries is already on display on the 39-minute title track kicking things off, an intimate symphony transcending through time and space with various beautiful … Read more

Nocturnes III – review by Okultura

With this third album, Max Corbacho completed the trilogy, which he began publishing in 2017. Its creation was inspired by night photographs, which he created during his meditations in Aragon, in the north of Spain. The strange rock formations fascinated him with their bizarreness, even the hauntingness that stood out especially in the night shots. … Read more

Lost Links II – The Complete Collection – review by Sonicimmersion

In 2011, Max Corbacho released “Lost Links”, a set of atmospheric and space music tracks that were shelved although they were composed initially to fit on a concept album, compilation or project that fell through. Those tracks are now found on the second disc of “Lost Links II”, so for a description of those, I … Read more

The Unfolding Dawn - Max Corbacho

The Unfolding Dawn – review by Richard Gürtler

Crepuscularly ear-tickling traceries keep on emerging, while peaceful surges of gracefully panoramic immenseness persistently coalesce with profoundly sweeping glimpses of silence. Solitarily enigmatic expanses clandestinely reveal all its colossal beauty, serenely embracing, breathlessly engulfing, eternally resonant and intensely towering. A grandiosely infinite oasis holding unmistakably transcendent sonic signatures of its Maestro, where warmly undulating meridians … Read more

Nocturnes III – review by Sonicimmersion.org

With “Nocturnes III”, Max Corbacho brings his audience the last chapter of the trilogy started in 2017 featuring music inspired by the vast and desolate night landscapes of Spain’s Aragon and Extremadura. Hardly any people live out there, as such being one of the few remaining places in Europe where one can still feel that … Read more

Echo Of Longing - Max Corbacho

Echo of Longing – review by Peter Thelen, Exposé

Offering a powerful sense of otherworldly ambient drift, Max Corbacho’s latest Echo of Longing was created over a four year period from 2015 to 2019, released near the end of last year. The 70-plus minute album contains only three extended tracks that will guide the listener into deep space ambient realms, through the fog, the … Read more

Nocturnes III – review by PSYCHEDELIC VORTEX

The third part of the Nocturnes trilogy is published 3 years after the previous volume. However, Corbacho’s music matured again, and in this case it happened in a fundamental way. The first song on the album was created for 17 long years. Its origin dates back to the period of the Indalo album and since … Read more

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