By Jack Barnes
Deep Fayed releases their brand new album, Full Spectrum Of today via all major digital retailers. The band is the brainchild of Chicago guitarist and songwriter, George Wundsam. The moniker Deep Fayed has grown to define who he is as an individual and artist. As for the music, it embodies a wide range of influences and emotions that help shape the electrifying songs. The groove-based, alternative hip-hop vibe that has defined Deep Fayed over the years has evolved with its creator and become a greater extension of artistic expression. The fusion of inventive songwriting and production gives Deep Fayed a sound that is both unique and unparalleled. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump.
Deep Fayed’s second release, following 2013 self-titled EP, tells a personal story. With the title Full Spectrum Of, the LP includes themes of love and coping with depression. The songwriting moves more towards George’s attention the to process. The lush and experimental style of production helps sculpt out a more realized reflection of Deep Fayed. On this project, Chicago rapper “D2G” takes the mic as MC, alongside Catherine Poulos on vocals. Contributions from rappers “R.O.E.” and “Neak” don’t go unnoticed as their verses aid in telling the album’s story of relationships and love. The musicians on the album are: Matt Wilson (bass), Chresten Hyde (drums), Cole DeGenova (keys), also with Kyle Liss (keys), Dane Crozier (percussion).
Deep Fayed released the single “Places We Don’t Go” on March 27 through The Word Is Bond, available now to stream at Soundcloud. “The vibrant soundscape is enhanced by a myriad of vocalists, starting with singer Catherine Poulos who sets the tone of the track with her lush melodies” – The Word Is Bond
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