Brayedee (aka Brady) is an emerging independent alternative singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist producer who made his professional recording debut in 2021 with the single “Running in the Rain.” That track introduced a talented young artist with a genre-fluid sound.
In June brayedee released a 5-song EP follow-up to that debut. The record takes us on a hypnagogic journey that begins with a bedroom producer’s lo-fi guitar and ends in an ambient cloud on the celestial plane. Named for a mysterious audio phenomenon (Canada’s Windsor Hum) The Hum sounds like the soundtrack to a melancholy dream.
The Hum is the brand new EP from brayedee, released worldwide via all major streaming services on June 25, 2022. “Burden” opens the record with a lo-fi acoustic emo vibe. A minimal beat and synths gradually enter the mix as the singer delivers a wistful reflection. “Old Dog” follows in a similar vein and features some really nice guitar work. “Softly” follows with a deep, reverb-soaked minor-key piano. Ambient synths expand the horizon as Brady alternates between a quiet and reflective meditation before transitioning to Jeff Buckley-style wordless falsetto.
The title track instrumental opens in a similar ethereal mood. Throughout the first four minutes, piano and synth chords float together on a cloud. Then the track explodes into a fantastic Indie Rock cacophony. The closer “Light at Limbo’s End” guides us to infinity in a Brian Eno-inspired dream of strings, synths and guitar.
Check out The Hum in its entirety below, or listen on your favorite streaming service. You can also hear the songs “Softly” on the Deep Indie Chill playlist and “Burden” on the Deep Indie Dive. Follow the links below to connect with the artist. Get on his socials and get in the loop on all of the music to come from this talented young musician.