FABRIK Join Anara Publishing

by Deborah Smith
FABRIK

Anara Publishing are delighted to see Birmingham four-piece FABRIK join their roster. This sees their debut album City Islands represented for publishing and sync licensing worldwide as well as future releases.

FABRIK’s music encompasses elements of trip-hop, electronica, rock and psychedelia; creating music with a distinct, cinematic flavour. Blending together a host of influences, from Sex Pistols to Ludovico Einaudi, they create music that is ethereal, atmospheric and melodic.

Incorporating strands as varied as ambient soundscapes, slowed-down jungle beats and fierce guitar work, City Islands and its singles won praise and support from BBC Introducing as well as local radio and TV outlets.

Dave Breeze of FABRIK said of the signing “We have been very impressed with the enthusiasm that Anara have shown with regards to our music. The roster also boasts a number of impressive acts including Ed Geater, who I’ve seen live a number of times and is supremely talented.”

Deborah Smith, Director of Anara Publishing, added “I am thrilled to be working with FABRIK. Their City Islands album fits in with a lot of trends we are hearing in the industry at the moment and we’re looking forward to hearing new music from them very soon.”

The band are currently in the midst of recording their second album as well as a remix album for City Islands collaborating with artists from all over the world.

About Anara Publishing

Anara Publishing is a music publishing and sync licensing company headquartered in the UK with an office in Mumbai, India. They represent an eclectic catalogue of artists and composers from around the world. Whether you are looking for a commercial track, library music or a bespoke composition, Anara Publishing can provide you with cutting edge music that fits your brief.

If you would like to hear more music from FABRIK or find out more about Anara Publishing’s catalogue, please get in touch.

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