MP3 At 3PM: Brother Dege

Though perhaps not the most lyrically creative song, Brother Dege’s “Wehyah” tastes of his Southern roots in the best possible way. Dege’s nasally, throaty vocals complement his guitar virtuosity, and as a whole, the song sounds straight out of the Bayou. Surprisingly enough, Dege has been absent from the music scene lately, instead working at a homeless shelter in between recording his album in a vacant warehouse, and it shows, to a degree. Download “Wehyah” below, and watch for the full-length How To Kill A Horse this fall.

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  • […] MP3 At 3PM: Brother Dege Though perhaps not the most lyrically creative song, Brother Dege’s “Wehyah” tastes of his Southern roots in the best possible way. Dege’s nasally, throaty vocals complement his guitar virtuosity, and as a whole, the song sounds straight out of the Bayou. Surprisingly enough, Dege has been absent from the music scene lately, instead working at a homeless shelter in between recording his album in a vacant warehouse, and it shows, to a degree. Download “Wehyah” below, and watch for the full-length How To Kill A Horse this fall. “Wehyah” (download) http://www.magnetmagazine.com/2012/05/10/mp3-at-3pm-brother-dege/ […]