It is music that is born of tradition, extends it and even declares it. The work of Bubnelis, who studied in Vilnius and London, began with a historicising approach to sound. He did not seek to be modern in the true sense of the term, but to convey through himself what is already known and close. The stylistic collage characteristic of his first acoustic works was useful for refining the independent musical thought and selecting the emerging priorities.

After taking a closer look at the tradition and, undoubtedly, making it the foundation for his further work, Bubnelis gradually moves away from the influences of the past and approaches post-spectral expression. Acoustic sound is very naturally complemented with electronics (please leave your message after the tone, 2020), the timbre inevitably becomes the axis of musical language, enjoying its ability to compile textures, generate the expression of a hybrid nature and manipulate the continuity of time. The principle of collage remains a creative paradigm, but it is transferred to a plane inherent to spectral and post-spectral music – the game with timbral substances, dynamic transformations of time, transitory states of sound objects.