Fabels is a 2 piece band that play original, experimental, progressive, dreamscape music with dynamic arrangements. Their performance is often coloured by projections which enhance the intensity and melody of their unique sound. Live they have been joined by guest musician Tim Powles from the Church on drums / samples and electronics since 2020.
Formed in Sydney in late 2010, the band has toured extensively throughout Australia and Europe and have released 3 albums "Zimmer" and "Hi". They released their 3rd album "Minds" on Sept 10th 2021, digital outlets, CD an limited edition Vinyl will also be available
The album is released on the Qusp Label
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Fabels’ new album Minds is a journey into atmospheres, dreamscapes, repetition and multilingual vocals with electronics, keys and sometimes angular and shoegaze guitar sounds.
The album creates a reality set in its own time and space, its lyrical content is purposely abstract to blend into the music and to inspire the listener to make up their own meaning.
Recorded over three years with Icelandic music producer Geir Brillian Gunnarsson, the album is a true labour of love and reveals itself to be a strong artistic statement.
‘Minds’ is a direct and focused work that keeps originality and imagination alive!
This is Fabels’ third album and their first release on vinyl though the Qusp label.
The images on this page are the album art for the singles released of MNDS, ShereKhan, Piccolo and Waiting.
Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros, she is a British writer and filmmaker living In Los Angeles.
A NoHo Arts music
review of Fabels’ “Minds” album.
Fabels’ “Minds” is drama pop, art rock, performance music as a scenic landscape of sounds. Gentle, probing, reminding, relentless and absolutely gorgeous. The smoothness of it, the fluid warmth, the words seemingly meaningless become runes or spells or prayers floating out into the cosmos…it’s breathtakingly good. Truly.
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