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Max Corbacho

Max Corbacho
Country
Spain
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Max Corbacho is an independent artist born in the southwest of Spain, in the province of Badajoz. His musical trajectory began, after making guitar studies, in local rock bands and, after some years like a guitar player, slowly become interested in electronic music. First with legendary bands like Tangerine Dream or musicians such as Richard Burmer and Vangelis. Later, his influences include artists such as Brian Eno, Robert Rich, Steve Roach, Vidna Obmana, Alio Die, 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. Max Corbacho's latest albums follow the progression into deep, silken ambiance. In 2018 he has 20 releases to his credit.
Website
http://maxcorbacho.bandcamp.com
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (17)
Max Corbacho — The Unfolding Dawn Max Corbacho — The Unfolding Dawn
(no#, 2020, CD / DL)
Max Corbacho — Echo of Longing Max Corbacho — Echo of Longing
(Silentsun MC008, 2019, CD)
Max Corbacho — Horizon Matrix Max Corbacho — Horizon Matrix
(Bandcamp Silentsun no#, 2018, CD / DL)
Max Corbacho — Nocturnes II Max Corbacho — Nocturnes II
(Bandcamp Silentsun no#, 2018, CD / DL)
Max Corbacho — Arte Magnetica Max Corbacho — Arte Magnetica
(Bandcamp no#, 2017, DL)
Max Corbacho — Future Terrain Max Corbacho — Future Terrain
(Bandcamp no#, 2017, DL)
Max Corbacho — Nocturnes Max Corbacho — Nocturnes
(Bandcamp Silentsun no#, 2017, CD / DL)
Max Corbacho — Source of Present Max Corbacho — Source of Present
(Bandcamp Silentsun no#, 2017, CD / DL)
Max Corbacho — Splendid Labyrinth Max Corbacho — Splendid Labyrinth
(Bandcamp no#, 2015, CD / DL)
Max Corbacho — The Ocean Inside Max Corbacho — The Ocean Inside
(Bandcamp AD21 Music ad208, 2012, CD / DL)
Max Corbacho — Lost Links Max Corbacho — Lost Links
(Bandcamp Relaxed Machinery rM_0018, 2011, CD / DL)
Max Corbacho — Deep Time Max Corbacho — Deep Time
(AD21 Music ad207, 2010, CD)
Max Corbacho — Ars Lucis Max Corbacho — Ars Lucis
(AD21 Music ad204, 2009, CD)
Max Corbacho — BreathStream Max Corbacho — BreathStream
(AD21 Music ad203, 2008, CD)
Max Corbacho — The Talisman Max Corbacho — The Talisman
(AD21 Music ad202, 2006, CD)
Max Corbacho — Moontribe Max Corbacho — Moontribe
(AD21 Music ad201, 2004, CD)
Max Corbacho — Vestiges Max Corbacho — Vestiges
(Free Records FCD-1065, 1998, CD)

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