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Boomkat Product Review:
Bay Area artist Chrystia Cabral (aka SPELLLING) orchestrates her quirky synth compositions with 31 (!) additional musicians on her ambitious and vivacious new album "The Turning Wheel".
Cabral's acclaimed 2017 debut album "Pantheon of Me" was a dark selection of contemporary synth pop that made her move to Sacred Bones feel well forecast. This latest record however feels completely unexpected, somewhere between "Hounds of Love"-era Kate Bush, Joanna Newsom and Chromatics.
The neon lit synth music of her earlier material is still present on tracks like 'Emperor with an Egg' and 'Queen of Wands', but fused with the quirky folk instrumentation of Joanna Newsom's post "Ys" records and chunky Fairlight worlds that Kate Bush created on her best known material.
"The Turning Wheel" is an ambitious undertaking for a solo artist, but Cabral leads the album with the confidence of a master conductor, twisting her powerful voice around virtuoso instrumental performances from her throng of collaborators.