James Vickery – Until Morning | A COLORS SHOW

South London-based singer/songwriter James Vickery treats us to a slick and soulful performance of the latest single “Until Morning” (prod. Louis Mattrs) which is lifted from his forthcoming sophomore EP.  
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Consumer Reports Detailed Test Results Sound quality: The Edifier’s S1000MKII had Excellent overall sound quality. Bass has a good impact and goes deep, but is slightly prominent and boomy. The midrange is fairly even but is a touch grainy and hazy. Treble is extended and fairly detail but slightly prominent and a touch smeared. Does a good job of recovering room ambiance but is slightly congested. This two-speaker model comes as a stereo pair, and its sound stage width and focus depends on how it is placed. When well placed the sound field extends well above and to the sides of the speakers and has decent depth, and individual instruments and voices are identifiable and have a three-dimensional quality. Provides a decent volume level in a large-sized room. No significant difference between Bluetooth, optical, coax, and aux sound quality except bass is slightly less prominent with the Bluetooth input but can be matched to the others with a slight bass adjustment. There was no difference in sound quality between this model and the Edifier S1000DB it supersedes. Ease of use: We found the Edifier S1000MKII ease of use to be Very Good overall. Volume controls: The control is a labeled multi-function infinite-turn knob (volume & Input selector) which has a visual indicator on front of unit when max and min volume is reached. The volume control is not obvious due to its poor placement on the rear of the speaker. Switching sources: The source selector control is a labeled multi-function push button-knob that is clearly labeled. The control is not prominent (rear of unit), but uses ambiguous source selection indicators on the front of the unit. Wired setup: Is a 5 Din Pin cable provided for left/right interconnect of speakers, simply plugin, no prep needed. Bluetooth: The unit is always in pairing mode when not already paired when the Bluetooth input is selected, it lacks a pairing mode indicator and lacks an indicator when the pairing mode has occurred. Remote control: The volume controls are prominent +/- markings that lack index markings for volume levels, but have a visual indication when the max volume is reached on unit. The mute control is well marked, well placed, with clear indication when it is engaging, and mutes all inputs. The source selector has labeled buttons for all sources, but when selected the unit has ambiguous persistent source indicators on speaker display. The transport controls are obvious play/pause, skip only, no scan provision.    
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James Vickery – Come To Me (with Musiq Soulchild) | Official Music Video

Directed by Cam Turnbull. Written by James Vickery & Musiq Soulchild. Produced by Pomo. Directed by Cameron Turnbull Creative Concept by James Vickery Produced by Elizebeth Roderick Production Company MDRNLOVE DOP Luke Dryden 1st AC Nacho Guzmán Gaffer Fionn Hutton Editor David Cuzner Colorist Richard Hutchison MUA Becky Burlton Stylist Giorgio Auletta Talent Lucie Horsfall
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Written by James Vickery & Musiq Soulchild. Produced by Pomo. Video by Cam Turnbull. Music in this video Song Come To Me Artist James Vickery, Musiq Soulchild Album Come To Me Licensed to YouTube by AWAL Digital Limited (Kobalt) (on behalf of TH3RD BRAIN)

James Vickery-Until Morning

“While listening to a track from Zak Abel I searched for “British Soul Artists to watch 2019”, and once again a truly soulful voice is discovered by Durham cool in James Vickery. Thanks to Complex for the review as this voice transcends norms, for reasons you too will discover, on this “Until Morning” track.  James Vickery already has 13,655,370  views of Until Morning Colors Video, so we are Johnny come lately but perhaps not too late for U.S. D.C. readers?  This track, Until Morning, deserves a second and third listen.  Allow this smooth operator to wash over you.  Sisters, understand.  This vocalist command is masterly. Vickery is the pure liquid flow on this performance.  For the newbies, watch the forecast in his arms and hands. Learn from a chill vibe master.

“James Vickery’s voice will grab you from the very first note. It is rich, powerful, and incredibly soulful, echoing the likes of Rag’n’Bone Man and Sam Smith (but with a lot more soul). Debut EP Complexion was released at the end of 2017 and helped set the tone; he went on to top Spotify’s Viral 50 chart in the UK and received radio support out the gate. Vickery cleverly rode the momentum into his second project, last year’s Until Morning EP, with the title track garnering praise universally and streams in the millions. Produced by UK R&B artist Louis Mattrs, the song is a sultry slow-jam where James shows his broad range, opening the tune while boasting an impeccable falsetto. It’s no surprise he’s received attention overseas and recently signed to US label Th3rd Brain, where an album is currently in the works. ” (1)

(1) Complex 11 British R&B/Soul Artists to Watch

James Vickery presents “LIVE from London”. “Until Morning” written and performed by James Vickery for TH3RD BRAIN Records. Filmed & recorded live on location at the Rivoli Ballroom.  

James Vickery – Something Good | LIVE from London – Part 2 | Rivoli Ballroom

    James Vickery presents “LIVE from London”. “Something Good” written and performed by James Vickery for TH3RD BRAIN Records. Filmed & recorded live on location at the Rivoli Ballroom.

James Vickery – Turn Me On | LIVE from London – Part 5 | The Old Vinyl Factory

    James Vickery presents “LIVE from London”. “Turn Me On” written and performed by James Vickery for TH3RD BRAIN Records. Filmed & recorded live on location at The Old Vinyl Factory
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James Vickery – Perfect Company | LIVE from London – Part 6 | The Old Vinyl Factory

  James Vickery presents “LIVE from London”.   “Perfect Company” written and performed by James Vickery for TH3RD BRAIN Records. Filmed & recorded live on location at The Old Vinyl Factory.   Filmed in The Record Store at The Old Vinyl Factory in Hayes, London. Special thanks to Jacqui Tudor and her amazing team for making this happen. Director: Tom Ewbank Producer: Daedalus Agency Music Director: Duncan Boyce Director of Photography: Miguel Carmenes Artist Management: Alex Lewis Rhodes: Duncan Boyce Guitarist: Alex Cooper Blake Bass: Manny Simelane Drums: Duayne Sanford Audio Recording: Rick, Jana & Tim at Pink Bird Recording Co Mixing Engineer: Dean James Barratt Mastering: Marc Royal Steadicam: Michael Vega Focus Puller: Nacho Guzman 1st AD: Jonny Cass Gaffer: Rasmus Skaaret Production Manager: Paul Hines 2nd AC: Tommaso Colelli Spark: John Ewbank Makeup: Maria Kavalieros Runner: Beth Turner BTS Videographer: Miles Addy
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James Vickery – You Comfort Me (with EARTHGANG) | Movement Visual

Performed by James Vickery Directed by Cam Turnbull Producer: Jack Dine & Maths Time Joy Writers: James Vickery, Olu O. Fann, Kerry Marshall Jr & Jack Dine Mix Engineer: QMillion Mastering Engineer: Chris Athens Music in this video Song You Comfort Me Artist James Vickery, EARTHGANG Album You Comfort Me Licensed to YouTube by AWAL Digital Limited (Kobalt) (on behalf of TH3RD BRAIN)