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Tayi Bebba (reissue)
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Tayi Bebba (reissue) (limited red & blue vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: ACRELP 006RB. Rel: 21 Nov 16
  1. The Holy Cave (2:56)
  2. Ashiko (3:28)
  3. The Rainstick Fable (3:53)
  4. Kwasi The Scorcerer (2:55)
  5. Black Smokes, Bad Signs (3:29)
  6. Conqueror (Action/Assault/Conquest) (3:43)
  7. Conqueror (Consequences/Memories) (3:38)
  8. Conqueror (Remorse/Withdrawn) (3:17)
  9. Burburka (2:36)
  10. Sahkii (Xirhuu) (4:25)
  11. Sahkii's Elevation (feat DJ Khalab) (3:22)
  12. Kwasi's Storm (Kyanumj) (Tape dub) (2:23)
  13. Universal Modulator (Kujhmak) (2:10)
  14. Sahkii's Knowledge (2:17)
  15. Universal Modulator (Ujmubuam) (3:30)
  16. Sailing In The Seas Of Wood (2:23)
  17. Kuj Yato (3:35)
Simple EP
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Simple EP (12")
Cat: ACRE 058. Rel: 05 Oct 15
  1. (S) Serendipity (3:11)
  2. (I) Ingenuousness (2:29)
  3. (M) Modesty (2:28)
  4. (P) Playfulness (2:51)
  5. (L) Liberty (2:46)
  6. (E) Earnest (2:39)
Review: His first original material since last year's Tayi Bebba album and the "Tambacounda" EP, Italian fusionist Clap! Clap! gets busy on an acrostic flex. S.I.M.P.L.E but highly effective; each cut slaps (and claps) with his now-trademark African tribal recordings and loopy tech dynamics. Cuts such as "Playfulness" flicker and shimmer with an Ame-style looseness while "Ingenuousness" looks more towards Detroit with minor key synth insistency and wriggling percussion. The most stark, memorable and ultimately explosive cut, however, is "Liberty". Pumping at full speed with full focus on dense layers of percussion and drums it suddenly drops into the sweetest house lick you'll hear all season. Another standing ovation for Black Acre's happiest clapper.
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Clap! Clap! remixes
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Cat: ACRE 066. Rel: 01 May 17
Deep House
  1. Ar-Raqis (Medlar remix) (5:36)
  2. Hope (feat OY - Paleman remix) (5:19)
  3. Hope (feat OY - Jun Kamoda remix) (6:01)
Review: Taken from his singular and soul arresting second album A Thousand Skies come three on-point floor-fired remixes. Each keeping the original polyrhythmic foundation, Medlar adds a chug and hypnotic percussion roll to "Ar Raqis" while "Hope" enjoys two reversions: Paleman's stark voodoo workout and a lolloping loose-legged steel drum slapping future Afrofunk mix from Japanese scientist Jun Kamoda.
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How What Time
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Cat: ACRELP 007. Rel: 11 Apr 16
Deep Dubstep
  1. Hej (2:56)
  2. Pea Souper (3:42)
  3. Itchin (feat Trim) (2:19)
  4. Hindi Hadi Ah (3:19)
  5. My Liege (3:32)
  6. Russian Glass (2:42)
  7. Floods (2:11)
  8. How Dare You (3:46)
  9. Sleepwave (4:06)
  10. HWT (2:49)
  11. Set It Straight (feat Rocks Foe) (2:53)
  12. Kofte Cloud (4:12)
Review: Dom Tarasek aka Commodo has already appeared on perhaps the biggest dubstep labels around, and he made his name from the string of releases on Mala's Deep Medi Muzik - not exactly a bad place to start your career, that's for sure. However, he's now branching out to other quality households, and this new LP on Black Acre feels just right in every single way. Right because his deep, brooding sound fits ever so well with the rest of the label, and right because How What Time flows perfectly as an album unit. There are three tunes on each side of the two slabs of wav, and they work as perfect, tidy trios that carry the same sort of leftward bass sound, one that never goes to deep as to become abstract, but also never gets too violent as to become silly. All in all, it is masterfully executed dubstep for the 2016 palate. Killer.
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The Trap
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The Trap (12")
Cat: ACRE 044. Rel: 05 Aug 13
  1. The Trap
  2. Jackal Youth
Review: Thankfully nothing to do with the faddy US micro genre of the same name, "The Trap" sees our wily protagonist Fantastic Mr Fox successfully try his hand at house music, with the results pleasantly oddball, mixing up heat treated soul vocal hooks from a Colonel Abrams classic with mechanised drums and some deft chord work. A similar feel pervades the flip cut "Jackal Youth" which essentially means the producer, real name Stephen Gomberg, has finally outed himself as the person responsible for that killer Reduction plate way back then. Big return from the Black Acre boss in the shape of The Trap which is only trumped by the news the producer is beavering away on a debut full length LP.
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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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Lose It
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Lose It (12")
Cat: ACRE 062 . Rel: 01 Aug 16
  1. Lose It (6:34)
  2. Wrong Move (5:57)
Review: Ayman Rostom has really taken to The Maghreban, with a succession of singles for Versatile and his own Zoot label that have shown him fully capable of bringing his sampling talents to the realm of house, disco and techno. The latest missive from The Maghreban comes on Black Acre, a label Rostom has previous with after that superb library music LP as Dr. Zygote a few years back. Two tracks deep, Lose It presents all that we love about The Maghreban; the title track sees a classic "girl I'm starting to lose it" phrase lifted off an early jungle classic from Boogie Times Tribe assembled with a monstrous analogue bassline and plenty of feverish effects tweaking in the mix. "Wrong Move" is just as smart, delving into the darkest depths of rugged breakbeat science.
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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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Malumz (12")
Cat: ACRE 067. Rel: 17 Apr 17
  1. Bayefal (4:39)
  2. Malumz (Tribute To Gqom Oh!) (5:20)
  3. Malumz (Citizen Boy remix) (5:35)
  4. Malumz (Formation Boyz remix) (5:33)
Review: DJ/producer Nan Kole (aka Francesco Cucchi) is a natural-born musical activist. A long-time advocate of contemporary African music and trans-national cultural exchange. He brings more takes on the gqom sound here with the Malumz EP for Bristol's Black Acre. There's some booming, tunneling and thunderous rhythm action happening on the epic "Bayefal" while some deep acid antics on "Malumz" (Tribute To Gqom Oh!) keep up with a relentless boom: Plastikman goes to Afrika on this one! On the flip, the said track gets two awesome remixes: Citizen Boys rendition is very nefarious indeed with its razor sharp strings in minor acting as bassline over its jacking vocal loops. Then Formation Boyz step up with some impressive off kilter rhythm therapy.
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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)
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Facts (12")
Cat: ACRE 063. Rel: 29 Aug 16
Deep Dubstep
  1. Wallwork & Tsvi - "Facts" (feat Nico Lindsay) (3:33)
  2. Wallwork & Nan Kole - "Fyah" (feat Nico Lindsay) (4:17)
  3. Wallwork & Nan Kole - "Fyah" (instrumental) (4:18)
Review: It's a house-grime marriage on Bristol's Black Acrel label, from newfound dup Wallwork and Nico Lindsay, the latter of the two bringing the vocal street swagger to the beats. The title track "Facts" is a big, bad, heavy slab of percussion and bass powered by Lindsay's curbside lyricism, and it's one of those tunes that's bound to get shit tarted in the dance. This is followed by the more kinetic flow of "Fyah", where Lindsay's vocals are more minimal than its predecessor, and its rough and rugged instrumental for maximum DJ damage. Another banging addition to the Black Acrew crew - yes!
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