With Thoughts of Empty Echos, She Turned (CRUNCH 174)

by Broken Fabiola

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Dissolve 07:45
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The Waiting 05:14
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Dear Sir 04:02
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Crunch Pod & Auricle Media present, the official return & rebirth of the cult underground music project, Broken Fabiola, with the new full-length album titled ‘With Thoughts of Empty Echos, She Turned‘.

Written and produced over a period of 3 years in Hollywood, CA, the project’s music is a personal labor of love, and the heavily favored body of work by its celebrated producer, Karloz.M of the heavy Electro/Industrial act Manufactura. Created in 2001 by Karloz.M, initially inspired by Kate Bush & Bjork, Karloz sought out to explore a world of thought and emotion that was separate from his other musical works and projects. With Broken Fabiola, Karloz aims to provide a darker melancholy soundscape and a deeper introspective body of work within the forms of haunting atmospherics and rhythmic electronic experimentations.

With additional vocal talents from Lynette Ríos Padilla (Famblood/ L), Zoya Heban (digital.rape),  Amoreena Stout (Dreamscape Invocation), as well as additional vocals by Kit Buendía, Broken Fabiola takes the listener into an immersive world of dramatic atmospheres filled with dense, emotional soundscapes stirred generously by a vast assortment of broken beats and rhythmic pulses.

Drawing from a prolific pool of Dark Ambient, IDM, Tech-Step, Darkwave, Industrial and Rhythmic Noise influences, Broken Fabiola‘s ‘With Thoughts of Empty Echos, She Turned‘ delves deep into the reaches of the mind, digging purposely into emotionally charged epics that explore those territories beyond internal struggle and the duality of mankind.

With a monument of prolific soundscapes to reveal, ‘With Thoughts of Empty Echos, She Turned‘ manages to peer through the mind of its listener, setting aside conventional aural stimulation, and instead uncovers the darker and more contemplative regions of this fantastic human organ.

Featuring collaborations from some very special guest artists such as Daniel Myer (Architect / Haujobb), Jamie Blacker (ESA: Electronic Substance Abuse), Jeff Swearengin (Sleep Clinic), Stevin Kerpics (Recon) and Theodore The Blacksmith (Rekahoe / MNFCTR), ‘With Thoughts of Empty Echos, She Turned‘ promises to be yet another intense and memorable journey.

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released June 20, 2020

Crunch Pod Catalog: CRUNCH 174

All songs written & produced by Karloz.M

01 Lyrics by Karloz.M (adapted from words by Leonora Carrington). Additional vocals by Amoreena Stout
02 Lyrics and vocals by Kit Buendia
03 Lyrics and vocals by Lynette Ríos Padilla
04 Lyrics by Karloz.M. Additional sampling by Theo Harper
05 Lyrics by Karloz.M (adapted from Aleister Crowley poem)
Vocals and additional instruments by Amoreena Stout.
Additional sampling by Jeff Swearengin
06 Lyrics by Zoya Heban. Vocals by Lynette Ríos Padilla
07 Lyrics and vocals by Kit Buendia
08 Vocals by Amoreena Stout. Additional sampling by
Daniel Myer & Stevin Kerpics.
09 Lyrics and vocals by Lynette Ríos Padilla
10 Vocals by Amoreena Stout
11 Lyrics and vocals by Kit Buendia
12 Lyrics and vocals by Jamie Blacker & Zoya Heban

Cover photography by Konstantin Alexandroff
(kostassoid.com)

Layout and Design by Art|Ma

Published by Auricle Media.

Released by Crunch Pod © 2020

for more information on Broken Fabiola:
facebook.com/BrokenFabiola

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Crunch Pod was established in 1998.

Electronic Music Industrial
Dark Ambient Rhythmic Noise Darkwave
Post-Punk
Dark Techno
IDM
Avant-garde Electronics

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