solo experimental guitar + live electronics
In Javier Subatin's solo album - PULSAR - an eclectic approach works as a thread that unites jazz, electronics, free improvisation and contemporary music and exploratory techniques creating a musical territory defined by improvisation and sonic exploration.
When listening to the Trance trio, we find completely improvised parts, complex written counterpoints, accented rhythms and textures resulting in a “fresh” project with an eclectic style that utilizes elements from Argentinian folk music, free improvisation, classical music and contemporary jazz.
co-founder and producer
Habitable features a host of idiosyncratic voices from the space beyond genre, unified by an expansive curiosity about the world of sound and the societal good that can come from it. Habitable operates with aesthetic and ethical considerations in equal measure.