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A Thousand Skies
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A Thousand Skies (2xLP + insert)
Cat: ACRELP 009. Rel: 20 Feb 17
  1. Discessus (1:31)
  2. Nguwe (feat Bongeziwe Mabandla) (3:24)
  3. Oriens Oriri (2:21)
  4. Hope (feat OY) (4:02)
  5. Ar-Raqis (2:42)
  6. A Thousand Skies Under Cepheus' Erudite Eyes (feat John Wizards) (2:47)
  7. Ode To The Pleiades (5:58)
  8. Betelgeuse's Endless Bamboo Oceans (2:29)
  9. Witch (Interlude) (1:45)
  10. Rainy Souls, Gloomy Futures (2:33)
  11. Flowing Like A Snake In Ophiuchus' Arms (2:12)
  12. Centripetal (2:23)
  13. Rainbow Coast (2:40)
  14. Elephant Serenade (2:26)
  15. Lunar Ensemble (4:52)
  16. Ascension Psalm (feat HDADD) (2:49)
Review: Taking off where Tayi Bebba left us, Cristiano Crisci continues his unique creative African fusion adventures on Black Acre. Once again it's an epic melting pot that constantly twists, turns and teases us with mutations and majesty - the heaven sent harmony, timpani and 808s of "Hope", the fuzzy 8-bit zips and zaps of "Nguwe", the cosmic jukeisms and almost Underground Resistance style aesthetics of "A Thousand Skies Under Cepheus", the hard-hitting drum hits but soothing tribal chants of "Betelgeuse's Endless Bamboo Oceans" and the pipe-wielding oriental drama of the rolling "Rainy Souls, Gloomy Futures" are just a small selection of soul-arresting highlights. The whole album truly requires your attention right here.
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Played by: Mop Mop, Ear Trumpet
Blind Disco
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Cat: ACRE 068. Rel: 05 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Blind Disco (5:28)
  2. Ramen Funk (5:25)
  3. Savanna On The Palm (5:55)
Review: Pure Japanese gold... The multi-aliased Jun Kamoda serves up a freaky disco bomb right here. "Blind Disco" is a frenzied blend of afro-stutters, carnival spirits and thumping Optimo-style drums that's tailor-made for summer silliness. "Ramen Funk" restrains affairs slightly with its lofi haze and big swing breakbeat. With insistent cowbells and a juicy-bottomed bassline setting the scene, things get really exciting when the glistening guitars stroke into the jam. B-boy to the very core.
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Played by: Marsupials
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Partials (12")
Cat: ACRE 056. Rel: 13 Jul 15
  1. Partials (6:08)
  2. Mach (5:19)
Review: Lurka realigns with the Black Acre label for another journey into "sonic bat country" on the heavy hitting Partials 12". Responsible for one of favourite Hotline releases, Lurka has previously been spotted lending some subby heft to the likes of Box Clever and Black Box but seems to have struck a real partnership with Black Acre. Leading with "Partials", Lurka's production intricacies are on full display here with twisting, snake-like melodies and crunched up and broken metallic rhythms deployed with extra time delay that is likely to confuse the dance nicely. Complementing this, "Mach" comes off as a more rugged number, though the awkward drums are still very much a prominent element.
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Brooklyn (12")
Cat: ACRE 065. Rel: 14 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. Brooklyn (8:09)
  2. The Carpenters (6:51)
Review: It feels like The Maghreban has been around for years but, in fact, the London-based house deviant released his first solo EP in 2014. Two successful years have established his name on the contemporary dance roster and, of course, releases for the likes of Versatile Records have certainly helped his name to propagate. He lands on the English capital's Black Acre imprint this week, armed with two unsurprisingly loose and hawk-eyed house experiments; the first, "Brooklyn" is an all-out synth frenzy, the sort of outsider house sketch with The Maghreban's familiar Eastern twang running all through it, while "The Carpenters" is a different sort of beast, a percussion-heavy, dub-fuelled tribal showdown with jazzy influences, and a mythical sort of tone to its harmonics. Recommended!
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Chime Hours
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Cat: ACRELP 008. Rel: 21 Mar 16
  1. Across The Divide (6:03)
  2. Your Eyes My Teeth (4:54)
  3. Poison Arrow (3:55)
  4. All Collapsed (5:50)
  5. Hidden (2:27)
  6. She's A Killer (3:38)
  7. You Saw The Future (4:52)
  8. Bird Eating Spider (5:21)
  9. Ritual (4:44)
  10. Abbots Bromley Horn Dance (4:02)
Review: Memotone is really coming through with some golden material as of late, and all his gear on Black Acre is essential to say the least. Never truly sticking to one sound or genre, the artist explores all the possibilities of electronic sound, incorporating elements of noise, ambient, techno and much more. This LP, Chime Hours, is potentially his most daring work to date, and although it sounds like an exaggeration, we dig all of these ten tunes. There's rugged outsider house in the form of "Your Eyes My Teeth", loose broken beats via "All Collapsed", and some form of pseudo glitch techno through "She's A Killer". But seriously, have a listen to all of this beauty.
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Seeing (12")
Cat: ACRE 069. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Alone (4:56)
  2. Decline (2:42)
  3. Seeing (5:45)
  4. First Light (5:58)
Review: With roots and stripes in the classic world, the ambient world (as Kollaps) and the bass world, Prayer fuses elements his peers would never dare. Here we find him making his Black Acre debut with four mesmerising cuts that span the musical cosmos; the overlapping, strangely metered cascades of "Alone", the cathedral stepper "Decline", the surging jungle hurricane "Seeing" closing with the breath-taking orchestral string sweeps of "First Light". Someone pass this man a film to score.
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Played by: Maciek Sienkiewicz
Legion EP
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Legion EP (limited 12")
Cat: ACRE 059. Rel: 07 Dec 15
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Law (4:22)
  2. Hold That (L) (3:59)
  3. Dismay (3:42)
  4. Crushed (3:20)
Meditations On Afrocentrism
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Cat: ACRE 032. Rel: 05 Mar 12
  1. Freedom (Aspirations Of A Prisoner)
  2. The Blues (It Began In Africa)
  3. Down The Line (It Takes A Number)
  4. I Wanna Go (Turn Back)
Love Songs: Part One EP
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Cat: ACRE 040. Rel: 08 Apr 13
  1. Your Love (You Give Me Fever)
  2. Jimi & Faye (part 1)
  3. Taste Of Honey (From The City)
  4. Hey Now (When I Give You All My Lovin')
Review: When Peggy Lee slinked around in the 50s to the sultry strains of "Fever", could she ever have imagined that half a century later, people like Romare would be turning her tune into a weed smokin', love makin' slo-mo RnB jam? Unlikely to say the least, but "Your Love (You Give Me Fever") is on the money and respectful, if different to the original's mood. Elsewhere on Romare's latest Black Acre release, "Jimi & Faye" is a warped take on blues, "Taste Of Honey" recalls the days of daisy age hip-hop and "Hey Now" is a weary and haunting piano lament.
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