SPELLLING released her first full length Pantheon of Me in September 2017 and it was self written, performed and produced in her apartment in Berkeley, California. She began experimenting with music production in 2015 in effort to carry on the creative legacy of a lost loved one. Drawing heavily from messages in her dreams, her sound spirals through clarity and obscurity searching through landscapes of psychic space.
The result is a divine soul music, soft in its restraint but heavy with passion. Pantheon of Me was Bandcamp’s #4 record of the year in 2017 and they raved of that sound: “Cabral has it, from her careful sense of composition to her charismatic presence to her ability to communicate with her music straight through to the listener’s heart.”
In 2018 SPELLLING signed to Sacred Bones and released Mazy Fly to great critical acclaim. Venturing to push the boundaries of her primarily synth-based work, SPELLLING took on the ambitious task of orchestrating and self-producing her 2021 album The Turning Wheel, that features an ensemble of 31 collaborating musicians. The album incorporates a vast range of rich acoustic sounds that cast SPELLLING’s work into vibrant new dimensions.
2021 saw the release of The Turning Wheel, the third full-length by the Bay Area artist SPELLLING (Chrystia Cabral), which revolves around themes of human unity, the future, divine love and the enigmatic ups and downs of being a part of this carnival called life. Venturing to push the boundaries of her primarily synth-based work, SPELLLING took on the ambitious task of orchestrating and self-producing an album that features an ensemble of 31 collaborating musicians. The Turning Wheel is a manifestation of this considerable effort, time, and collaborative energy and will surely become a classic for its elegance.
She has toured with Boy Harsher and Amen Dunes and her live performances are regarded as revelations of spell and spectacle.
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