Still riding high on the praise from his last EP, Dystopian Elements, Boris Bunnik has crafted another album of deep digital and authentic analogue bliss. As well as on Delsin, it's appropriately classy labels like Clone and Rush Hour which have released Conforce’s work in the past… The results of which have helped mark out the man behind them as one of the day's most considered sonic craftsmen.
All but one of the album tracks is new and exclusive, with 'Lonely Run' the only one heard thus far, given its inclusion on the aforementioned EP. It was a track which perfectly surmised than man’s musical mission… To combine elements of futurism with real hardware, decent software and to simply go wherever it takes him, be that a landscape doused in dub, formed from a firmer techno template or built on a house groove.
As such, the aptly entitled album is a wholly immersive listen from start to finish. Operating in its own deep and subliminal world of rhythm, it goes from lateral and dubby to more upright and kicking, touching on ambient moments and the odd classist moment along the way (added: 2011-11-29 13:20:56 )