In Review: Slacks

Leeds-based hip-hop trio SLACKS released their self-titled debut EP towards the end of last year, and while it shows a lot of promise, it just falls short of greatness. It's by no means a bad release. The vibe that they have captured is great: soulful and laid-back tunes perfect for chilling out to, but the songwriting lacks depth. They do, however, get some things right. The EP follows the formula of jazzy acoustic guitar chords and hip-hop drums paired with soulful, breathy vocals. The minimal lo-fi production also lends itself well to this style of music and adds a dash of rawness to their tunes in a sea of over-produced hip-hop and neo-soul that saturates the market nowadays. They've cle

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