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Ode To eSwatini

Bristol-based beatmaker and artist Sydney returns with a new seven-track mini-album, inspired by a trip to the African state formerly known as Swaziland. Ode To eSwatini was the result of a collaboration with local musicians Ralph Smit and Mwesigwa Kisaakye, and mixes deep house, hip-hop beats and jazz textures. 

Jun Kamoda
Jun Kamoda

Japan’s Jun Kamoda, whose experience behind hip-hop project Illreme goes back a decade and a half, here follows two EPs with a groovy album of supremely colourful house, disco and hip-hop through Black Acre. Complete with a cartoon insert by the artist plus fabulous painted artwork by his wife Hisano.
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Scott Xylo
Find Us When U Get There

Black Acre scoop up Leicester twentysomething spark Scott Xylo for an afrofuturist LP of neo-soul, hip-wonk beats, smokey jazz downtempo and collaborations with the likes of Jon Glitches, Catherine Sera, Afronaut Zu and Marcus Joseph. Plus fairly splendid cover art by Philly comic illustrator Pat Aulisio.

Endless Transmission

Brokenchord is Ernestas Kaušylas, a Lithuanian composer who here collaborates with drummer Augustas Baronas trained in jazz disciplines; it's a record that hinges on the straightforwardly songful electronics of Bonobo and Radiohead with themes that subverts our 21st century expectation of robots impersonating humans --Kaušylas seeks to put it "the other way round".


Despite being a straight soundsystem killer for a good decade now, Commodo remains one of dubstep’s more overlooked voices. How What Time, his 2016 LP for Black Acre, was a bassweight masterpiece that deserved more recognition than it got. Hopefully Dyrge, his new double-10” EP for the Bristolian imprint, will turn heads his way once more.
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Clap! Clap!
A Thousand Skies

Returning once again under the moniker of Clap! Clap! is King of Italy’s global dance and electronic scenes, Cristiano Crisci, with his second album, “A Thousand Skies”. This album sees an amalgam of samples and live instrumentation married with the musical idiosyncrasies of a range of talented collaborators such as John Wizards, OY, and Bongeziwe Mabandla.  

Chime Hours

Memotone comes from the brutal, industrial side of dance music, where harsh kickdrums and grizzly vocals replace joyful melodies. Chime Hours, on Black Acre, is the artist’s second release and is dark electronic music made with the help of analogue synths, cello, clarinet and church organ. An inventive blend of dark ambience and neoclassical minimalism.