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Boomkat Product Review:
ACR, plus Chunky and Ellen Beth Abdi, dial up nostalgia for their golden years circa ‘1982’ with a swaggering, sinuous new set of early punk-funk, hip-hop and electro-funk stylings
Factory staples and local heroes, ACR’s music has long been symptomatic of Manchester’s multi-cultural make-up. ‘1982’ likewise hails the city’s rose-tinted retro fixations with a classy bag of tunes built for clubs and gig stages, sticking to what they do best, while refreshing the flex with new blood in the Prince of South-Central, Chunky and his vocal foil Ellen Beth Abdi on preceding single ‘Waiting on a Train’, while Abdi also keeps it classic sounding on the choppy, Afro-Latinate lines of ‘Constant Curve’ and the proper Afrobeat hip-work of ‘Afro Dizzy’. Anyone who still adores ACR’s 1982 album couplet of ‘I’d Like to See You Again’ and ‘Sextet’ will have a ball here.