(Pax Recordings)

“March” is a very mature piece of music; here, Diaz-Infante and Forsyth explore every kind of detail and nuance with careful love for timbral research and extreme respect of silence and space. It’s one of the best Pax Recordings releases, as it shifts its balance from pure electroacoustics and gently noisy settings to improvisations akin to the last wave of “Feldmanesque” guitar players, such as Taku Sugimoto or Burkhard Stangl. This CD stands in a class of its own and it’s recommended to any aficionado of the genre: listen to it at “ambient” volume and be delighted, or through headphones so that you’ll discover a lot of strange things happening that you didn’t get at first.

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