Released by Naviar Records, “The Present Time” represents another tiny step in the personal search for a meaningful means of aural expression. Hard to give birth to, this record is made of 5 cuts of imperfect ambient sounds, because real life is like that, hard and unpolished.
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Computer Music Journal (MIT Press)
[…] Although one might be compelled to characterize Subespai’s process as fitting into the ‘ambient’ music genre, the beauty heard seems to be due more to the composer’s ability to capture or extract a range of sounds that complement one another, resulting in fluid music. For me, the composer has successfully circumvented any technical limitations inherent in the tools used in creating The Present Time. […]