New Yorker Mac Ayres is a self-taught singer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist. With influences like Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, and, D'Angelo, Ayres creates his own brand of R&B to the fore, playing live instruments (many of them himself). His debut 9-track EP, Drive Slow, hit in 2017, garnering a growing number of ardent fans.
He’s recently followed up with a full-length album called Something to Feel. Featuring more impassioned soul, the is the next step in Ayres’ evolution as a new contender on the R&B scene. Vibe Magazine instructs readers to “Give the record a few listens and you’ll pick up on the robust musicality of the project. Whether it be the flute, the sprinkle of jazz coloring the record or the many grooves drummer and best friend Chris Anderson bestows.” Spending the latter part of 2018 touring in the U.S. and Europe in support of his new record, be sure to keep an eye for the opportunity to find out for yourself.