The Unfolding Dawn – review by Richard Gürtler

The Unfolding Dawn - Max Corbacho

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 exquisitely collide with voluminously vertexing vistas. Goose bumps…

Released on digital formats April 9th, 2020 through Max Corbacho’s Silentsun label, the CD edition followed July 10th and is packaged in a 4-panel digisleeve limited to 200 copies. 74-minute long form masterpiece, phenomenal!!! And don’t forget, the final chapter of «Nocturnes» trilogy is gracing the sky since the end of January 2021…

Richard Gürtler (Apr 18, 2021, Bratislava, Slovakia)

Genre: Ambient music, space music, atmospheric ambient, drone, soundscapes.

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