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Max Corbacho is an independent artist born in the southwest of Spain, in the province of Badajoz. This enormous land sprinkled of oaks where he was born and spent the first years of his life, is perhaps the deeper track that marks his music. Starred nights of summer, the caress of the nocturnal breeze, the sedative song of the crickets, immense horizons, deeply blue skies and silence.

The extremely dense and hypnotic sonic landscapes of Max Corbacho are a constant reference to these elements – elements which condense and act as catalysts, pointing to the essence of the great and ineffable mystery of our existence. Corbacho’s musical expression has the ability to draw us into this wonderful mystery.

His musical trajectory began, after making guitar studies, in local rock bands and, after some years as an electric guitar player, he slowly become interested in electronic music. First, with legendary bands like Tangerine Dream or artists such as Richard Burmer and Vangelis. Later influences include Brian Eno, Robert Rich, Steve Roach, Vidna Obmana, Alio Die and Michael Stearns.

In 1999 his first work, Vestiges, was produced. Soon the prestigious online store Backroads Music chose this album as one of the best of 2000, and Vestiges became one of the more highly praised Space-ambient CD´s around that time. Vestiges was considered a sincere, touching, powerful work, full of mystery.

In the year 2000 Max published his second CD, Far Beyond The Immobile Point, followed by The Resonant Memory of Earth, published by the North American label “Space For Music”. Further releases include Nocturnal Emanations, Indalo and Moontribe – each one larger and more accomplished than the last. Max has also worked in close collaboration with Argentine musician (settled now in Barcelona) Bruno Sanfilippo, releasing a CD together and setting up the record label ad21music.

The album The Talisman is yet another step forward. Here the artist explains: I have tried to create all the songs of this work “inside” my synthesizers exclusively, inside this deeply isolated world, an amniotic-like innerspace that develops in the synth and multi-effects circuits, without inserting any “external” elements, except for the voices in the first song. Also, I have experimented more and more with long, spacious reverbs and looping treatments. Thus, the music’s “oceanic” nature is strengthened, creating an atemporal quality, suspended in time and space, without rare elements disrupting the internal balance and natural flow of harmonic streams. No tempo, no synchronization, maybe only the breathing and pulse of the artist.

Max Corbacho’s recent albums follow the progression into deep, silken ambience set by The Resonant Memory of Earth and The Talisman: Breathstream and Ars Lucis deepen in the search of sublime melody-free magnificence, ethereal electronics and vaporous textures.

The Max Corbacho website provides clips to listen to, free exclusive downloads and online store.


* BIOMA (2011)
* LOST LINKS (2011)
* DEEP TIME (2010)
* ARS LUCIS (2009)
* MOONTRIBE (2004)
* INDALO (2003)
* VESTIGES (1998)
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Future Terrain - Splendid Labyrinths by Max Corbacho

Posted on April 6, 2015 at 11:45am 4 Comments

Dear friends,

Greetings, glad to contact you again here on rM Ning!.  I am pleased to announce Splendid Labyrinths and Future Terrain, my two new albums:

First I want to introduce a gift for all you: Future Terrain…


LOST LINKS - Max Corbacho / review by Bert Strolenberg -

Posted on July 6, 2011 at 2:07am 4 Comments

LOST LINKS - Max Corbacho / review by Bert Strolenberg -

For “Lost Links”, the first volume in a series, Max Corbacho assembled a collection of tracks which were shelved in his archive although they were initially composed to fit on a…


Reviews: The Talisman - Max Corbacho

Posted on April 14, 2011 at 1:30am 0 Comments

The Talisman - Max Corbacho

Review by Morpheus Music & The Mall Magazine



Expansive beatless spacey ambience created by the establishing of immense translucent zones of overlapping tonal masses. These swelling multiple layers are lustrous and dense like massive backlit…


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At 12:08pm on April 1, 2015, Max Corbacho said…

Thanks Jaja, all the best for you!!!

At 12:04pm on April 1, 2015, Jaja said…

Happy Birthday Max. I enjoyed your Light-Matrix Portal the other day, so i wish you happiness in all things you do.

At 9:54am on April 1, 2013, Chad Kettering said…

Happy Birthday Max! 

At 9:40am on April 1, 2013, eyes cast down said…

Happy birthday Max! Trusting you'll have some studio time. :)

At 2:50am on April 1, 2013, Jaja said…

Max, wish you a happy birthday full of joy : ) greetings from germany to spain

At 2:15am on April 1, 2013, Richard Gürtler said…

Hola Max!!! Happy Birthday, cheers!!!

At 2:04pm on April 1, 2012, Chris Russell said…

Happy Birthday Max!!! :)

At 7:28am on April 1, 2012, Chad Kettering said…

Happy Birthday Max!

At 6:42am on April 1, 2012, John K-N said…

Happy Birthday, Max!  

At 1:00am on April 1, 2012, Richard Gürtler said…

Hola Max!!! All the best and Happy Birthday, my amigo!!! Cheers!!! I was just journeying yesterday evening with "BreathStream", as always deeply immersing and absolutely breathtaking. Can't wait for the next odyssey...


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