Dutch artist Conforce is back on his own Transcendent imprint with some filmic and atmospheric tripping techno action. Hypothetical Future Point sends you further into the more ominous and industrial spaces of his alias. Spiritual techno with with a wink to the past. Boris crafts music with attention to detail and blends influences from his Silent Harbour and Hexagon monikers that seems inevitable.
Deep Sound Channel welcomes back Boris Bunnik, this time under his Conforce moniker. Two contrasting tracks are the offering. Heavy thump introduces Kernal of Truth. Angular melodies are painted on glass as a complex composition unfurls under the strain of galvanized percussion. The aquatic “Oasis” occupies the flip. Notes gentle lap a shoreline of burbling bass and distant percussion. Echoes are submerged, folded in on themselves, as absorbing ambience envelops. Two wonderfully different sides to the Conforce sound.
Boris Bunnik needs little introduction, a prolific producer who uses an array of monikers to release his many personalities. For Polychange he finds the balance between abstract, ethereal and jacking across all 4 tracks to create the sound of his unique take on electro.
Prolific Dutch artist Conforce is back on his most regular label, Delsin, with a fresh new four track EP. It is the second part to his North to South series that started on the label earlier in the year. Typically deep offerings that marry driving drums with wide open spaces full of smooth and serene atmospherics. Where bubbling underwater baselines and coarse claps making the more techno leaning grooves.
The elusive Vernon Felicity comes with a stark and stomping 4 tracker for the Basement series. Motorcity meets Harbourcity…