Manufacturer Archie Fairhurst goes on Romare, named after African-American musician, writer, and songwriter Romare Bearden. Fairhurst researched African-American visual lifestyle while attending college or university and turned from drums and electric guitar to creating sample-heavy paths that ranged from downtempo home to frantic footwork. His initial releases arrived on Bristol’s Dark Acre label. Meditations on Afrocentrism (2012) and Appreciate Tracks, Pt. 1 (2013) found its way to sleeves covered with collages of (mostly) black statistics and contained paths with game titles like “The Blues (It Began in Africa)” and “Your Like (You Provide Me Fever).” Based on one’s point of view, the sharp function — backed by BBC DJs Gilles Peterson and Benji B, amongst others — might have been used as studious tribute, appropriation, fraud, or some blurred mixture thereof. A cope with the Ninja Melody label allowed the “Root base”/”Pusherman” one in 2014, and the Projections record in 2015. The full-length Like Tunes, Pt. 2 adopted in 2016.