IMPROVISED GUITAR SOLO AND LIVE SURROUND ELECTRONICS
In Javier Subatin's solo project - PULSAR - an eclectic approach works as a thread that unites jazz, electronics, free improvisation and contemporary music creating a musical territory that fluctuates between the certainties of pre-composed material and the uncertainty of improvised music.
This is the result of Javier's new explorations where he tries to extend his musical language by the use of electric guitar extended techniques, loops and live electronic audio treatment.
In addition, this solo performance is designed to work as a double stereo surround musical experience, in which the public will be in-between four speakers, two in front and two in the back. By using this setup, Javier takes the use of loops to a four-way dimension where the guitar may appear from the right, the left, the front or the back.