Moses Sumney is just something (Sum-thing?) else. This is a man who takes regular tropes of soul and popular music and turns it into a rich canvas of breathtaking brushstrokes, a fact never more evident than on Quarrel. It’s the best kind of unpredictable, with Sumney’s voice going to places in a near seven-minute opus that are just a joy to behold. There’s clearly no one like him out there right now, and you’ll see exactly why below.