Kevin Morby’s ‘City Music’ is Vinyl Me, Please’s June Record of the Month

Vinyl curation experts, Vinyl, Me Please, have selected Kevin Morby‘s forthcoming City Music as their record of the month for June. Pressed on white and orange tie-dye vinyl (creamsicles on a summer afternoon anyone?), the members-only edition of City Music comes with a single pocket jacket, 12-page lyric booklet and a 12×12 art print by Robbie Simon.

To secure your copy of this limited edition pressing, sign up for Vinyl, Me Please before June 15, 2017. Follow the jump to learn more & sign up :: http://vinylmeplease.com/record-of-the-month/

Vinyl, Me Please on selecting City Music:

City Music is Kevin Morby’s fourth LP as a solo performer, and it feels like it’s the one he’s been working towards this whole time; a breakthrough in form and quality 10 albums into his career as a sideman and solo performer, a feat that rarely happens in today’s go-go-go music economy. City Music has a black-and-white, well-worn feel and a sense that this artist has poured himself entirely into the project with all abandon, leading to an album that will stand sentry over the rest of his catalog. Picking City Music as Record of the Month – once we tucked ourselves comfortably into its environ – was an easy decision.

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