ALBUM REVIEW: Kevin Morby – City Music

It’s rare to find an album with so much going for it; song writing, atmosphere and composition. Kevin Morby’s fourth solo album is one such album.

City Music lives up to its title, an album so overflowing with ambience and character, you could be walking the crowded streets of New York; Morby’s inspiration for the album.

EP REVIEW: Vic Mensa – The Manuscript

It’s been almost a year to the day since Chicago rapper, Vic Mensa’s last full length release There’s a lot going on. But Mensa returns in fine form, with the new politically charged EP, The Manuscript. The four-track EP, released under Roc Nation Records carries an air of defiance and hope for the future, a message the 24-year-old establishes in the very first track.

Tracks in the Field: Courts – True Say

Summer has just about arrived, the airwaves are gradually becoming filled with the same five radio smashes and we could do desperately with a worthy escape from the handpicked favourites of the upcoming festival season. Thankfully, Essex five-piece, Courts, could act as the saviour with their latest single, True Say.