FEDELE album art
FEDELE album art

Fedele drops debut solo album ‘Depth of Being’

The release comes after 3 years since departure from Agents of Time

Fedele‘s great new album “Depth Of Being” is out now on his old label Obscura. It’s his first solo record since leaving Agents Of Time three years ago. It’s an exciting change in his sound. The “Depth Of Being” album has 11 songs that are sure to be heard all over the world.

By remixing Depeche Mode’s “Enjoy the Silence,” FEDELE made a big step forward on his solo career. The song became a worldwide hit and got a lot of support from other artists. He’s also put out music on Ellum Audio, Tiga’s Turbo Recordings, Mind Against’s “HABITAT,” and more. He’s also remixed songs by Diplo, Stephan Bodzin, Mattia Trani, and other artists.

Fedele is known for his signature sound, but this great new album takes that sound in a stylish new direction. It also explores more experimental sound elements with singing, breaks, snappy tech, and beautiful, emotional melodies.

Departure,” the first song on the record, is a beautiful, slow-paced synthscape with soft beats. “There’s Only One ft. Mickael Karkousse,” the second song, has snappy hits, languid bass, dark and twisted vocals, and an amazing music video to go with it!

Fedele - There's Only One feat. Mickael Karkousse [Official Music Video]

The hit song “Your Eyes” has a fast-paced and smooth beat with rich melodies and vocoder vocals that give it a futuristic soulful vibe. “Waiting For The Night ft. Lvdovica” is full of smooth cosmic arpeggios and enticing vocals that bring it to life.

Along with well-designed grooves, “Beyond Borders” layers hypnotic and progressive chord sequences. “Tangent” is a punchy and techno-leaning track for the peak time, with fantastically fizzing synth textures. And “Depth Of Our Love” locks you into a deep rolling groove, followed by a flawless outro that makes you want more.

This is a brave and masterful record from this important underground pioneer.

Fedele’s new album Depth of Being is out now via Obscura.