Review: Brooklyn based songwriter Mackenzie Scott brings us her third album as Torres, having gained acclaim and attention since her debut in 2013. 'Three Futures' is an immediate and mature set of songs about femininity, gender and power. Mackenzie's vocal breadth, especially in her range and movements from rough to smooth, prove her to be on a par with vocalists such as St. Vincent. Her guitar riffs and solos quirkily stagger over industrial and metronomic programmed beats, giving a sometimes-dizzying feeling of rhythmic push and pull. It's a very well-formed and considered album that will reward the listener with a wealth of detail on repeat listens.