Maulén - El Miedo De Amar Pero Igual Lo Hago [Exclusive 2xLP 12"]

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Pressing of 2 x 12" standard weight black virgin vinyl (cut on 45rpm for best quality), 2 x 4/0-col printed inner sleeves with one hole, offset paper. 6mm spined Gatefold, 4/0-col reverse board printed, and holes on front and back.

Drone/Experimental solo artist Maulén's debut 2xEP (album) El Miedo De Amar Pero Igual Lo Hago (translates to “the fear of falling in love but I still do it”). Released as an exclusive 2xLP gatefold, CD, and as two digital EPs (listen in full on all major streaming services, incl. Youtube). 
#shoegaze #doommetal


Maulén feat. Behzad Barazandeh - Rostro

Maulén feat. Lea Alazam - Sirjatan
Maulén feat. A Paradise Dot - Friskväderstorget

Maulén feat. A Paradise Dot
 - Lo Siento
Maulén feat. Dorota Lukianska - El Miedo De Amar Pero Igual Lo Hago

Maulén feat. Marie Wefring - Cadávres
Maulén feat. A Paradise Dot - El Templo Mayor

In 2019, after spending a year composing material, Ibarra began work on a solo record. He recorded the music in a subterranean water cistern that has been abandoned for almost one-hundred years and is located 20 meters under a small hill in Gothenburg, Sweden. This water cistern just happened to have magical natural reverbs that are up to eighteen seconds long. Working in this was a true challenge: electricity was limited, it was wet, cold, and full of rats and spiders. Not many recording engineers would do it, but Carlos Sepulveda (Psycore, Leather Nun) was up to the task. For four magical days, Sepulveda and drummer Stefan Johansson (Abrovinch, Jimmy Ågren), worked in this enchanting setting. The following year, Ibarra went to the Thar desert in India to find the peace and serenity necessary to write the lyrics to these songs only to get stuck there during the outbreak of Covid-19. This served as a huge inspiration for the lyrics of his upcoming album: El miedo de amar pero igual lo hago. The 2xEP record touches the subjects of loss, heritage, and the feeling of belonging or not belonging with lyrics sung in Spanish, Polish, Arabic, Persian, and French.