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Cat: 96 DSR. Rel: 13 Feb 13
Techno
  1. Nomad
  2. Receiver
  3. Last Anthem
  4. Embrace
Review: Scientists recently discovered that Boris Bunnik can function on just one hours sleep a day, which goes a great deal to explaining how the Dutch producer is so damn prolific! He returns to the Delsin label under his widely regarded Conforce moniker for the four track Time Dilation EP, with the label describing it as "designed for deeper dancefloors". One listen and you'll agree as Bunnik seemingly plunges further down the dub techno wormhole for a more cerebral experience than his lauded Clone Basement 12" last year. There is room for a banger however, with "Last Anthem" combining ethereal ambience alongside prickly staccato stabs and an insistent kick drum that could almost be described as ghetto house-inspired.
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Escapism (2xLP)
Cat: 90DSR/CFC-LP 1. Rel: 30 Nov 11
Techno
  1. Shadows Of The Invisible
  2. Aquinas Control
  3. Elude
  4. Timelapse
  5. Diversion
  6. Revolt DX
  7. Escapism
  8. Ominous
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Escapism (CD)
Cat: 90DSR/CFC-CD 1. Rel: 07 Dec 11
Techno
  1. Revolt Dx
  2. Escapism
  3. Elude
  4. Lonely Run
  5. Shadows Of The Invisible
  6. Timelapse
  7. Within
  8. Aquinas Control
  9. Ominous
  10. Diversion
Review: At a time when classic-sounding techno is at a premium, Boris Bunnik aka Conforce is one of its main proponents, right? Wrong. It would be too easy and simplistic to dismiss the Dutch producer as merely revisiting the sounds that were current during the mid-90s, and Escapism, like his other releases for Clone, Rush Hour and Delsin, does much to dispel any pre-conceived notions about him. One of the common themes and sources of inspiration on the album is Bunnik's love of swirling, ambient textures. Spacey melodies unfold all the way through "Aquinas Control" as a dubby, rippling bass takes hold, while on the title track; glassy percussion and shuffling 808s provide the electro backing to Bunnik's atmospheric chords. There are times too when it sounds like Conforce has completely immersed himself in electronic music's reflective, esoteric side and the evocative, shimmering synths of "Timelapse" could have been part of a long lost sci-fi soundtrack. On other occasions, Escapism sounds earthy, grainy and twitchy, especially on the detuned textures of "Diversion" or "Revolt DX", which sees Bunnik drop a gained, jarring rhythm track. However, the real highlights occur when Bunnik occupies a place where all of these sounds meet, like the ghostly pads and forceful bass of "Elude" or the hushed tones and uplifting synths of "Ominous". It's also where you'll find this year's most eloquent articulation of techno escapism.
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Kinetic Image (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 102 DSR. Rel: 04 Dec 13
Techno
  1. Semantic Field
  2. Spatiotemporal
  3. Formerly Programmed Decisions
  4. Temporary Reversals
  5. Abundance Of Selves
  6. Scientific Trajectory
  7. Underwater Settlers
  8. Excess Mortality
Review: Kinetic Image sees the tireless Dutch producer known as Boris Bunnik offer up third album under the Conforce moniker. If you are starting to feel that Bunnik has dealt a deal with the devil that trades sleep for productivity you are not alone - Kinetic Image is his second album this year following the issue of a Versalife longplayer on Clone West Coast and let's not go into all the various EPs and 12"s Bunnik has put one of his various names to this year. Issued by Delsin, Kinetic Image sees Bunnik draw on the experience of his recent non-dancefloor focused output to deliver an album that moves away from regimented 4/4 beats and into slower, more surreptitious tempos. The subaqueous electro vibe we've come to associate with Bunnik still remains and the Dutchman's loyal fans will love this set.
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Cat: 102 DSRCD. Rel: 11 Dec 13
Techno
  1. Excess Mortality
  2. Spatiotemporal
  3. Temporary Reversals
  4. Semantic Field
  5. Scientific Trajectory
  6. Underwater Settlers
  7. Formerly Programmed Decisions
  8. Abundance Of Selves
  9. Optimum Pace
  10. Anti-adaptive State
Review: Boris Bunnik is a busy bunny. This is his second full-length of 2013, following the release of Vantage Point under the Versalife alias. This time, he's back wearing his best known alias, Conforce, with an album that joins the dots between his usual sparse but sprightly brand of atmospheric electronica, and the moody, sofa-centric ambient leanings of his Silent Harbour project. Kinetic Image is, predictably, a fine album, full of rippling electronic rhythms, delay-laden soundscapes, far-sighted sci-fi influences and enveloping dubscapes. There's little to surprise, but plenty to enthrall - not least the oceanic IDM of "Underwater Settlers" and undulating "Abundance of Selves".

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Cat: MEAN 020. Rel: 22 Feb 10
Techno
  1. Sonar Conversations
  2. First Impressions
  3. Subtraction
  4. Intimidation
  5. Machine Conspiracy
  6. Rare Education
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Cat: MEAN 020CD. Rel: 22 Feb 10
Techno
  1. The Land Of The Highway
  2. Sonar Conversations
  3. Rocotic Arm Wrestle
  4. Loe-Hate
  5. First Impression
  6. Subtraction
  7. Intimidation
  8. Machine Conspiracy
  9. Rare Education
  10. Stop Hold
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Cat: CURLE 021. Rel: 29 Oct 09
Deep House
  1. Truth
  2. Predictable Coincidence
  3. Cruising
  4. Joyless Mind
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CCCP EP (12")
Cat: MODELISME O22. Rel: 10 Dec 09
Techno
  1. CCCP
  2. Detente
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State Of Mind (12" + free MP3 download code)
Cat: CBS 05. Rel: 16 Mar 11
Techno
  1. Spoiled
  2. Vulcan
  3. Spoiled (XDB remix 2)
  4. Spoiled (XDB remix 1)
Review: Clone and Conforce seem like such a perfect fit and the latter's debut on the former's Basement Series does not disappoint, delivering some of his darkest sweatbox rattlers to date! "Spoiled" drips with jerky acid menace, with heavy strains of synthesized horror filling the spaces between dizzying bouts of percussive rain. It's this staccato approach to rhythmic execution that proves utterly thrilling. "Vulcan" twists itself inside out, beginning in stripped down fashion with rasping hi-hats providing the rhythmic thrust which is gradually strangled by the death grip of the raw emotive machine funk narcosis that steadily rises to the fore. On the flip XDB comes through with two variants on "Spoiled" with the relentless percussive shower of the first remix a nice contrast with the more guttural acid poise of the second.
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Cat: 89DSR/CFC 2. Rel: 14 Sep 11
Techno
  1. Luminous
  2. Desolate Ground
  3. Lonely Run
  4. Vacuum
Review: Delsin drop an illuminating hint at what to expect from Conforce's forthcoming album, with the Dutchman handpicking a quartet of tracks from it for this Dystopian Elements EP. Don't be put off by the title though as the trademark analogue warmth is present here at times, with "Luminous" setting the tone, icily emerging from the ether and spreading deep sythns across heavily atmospheric textures and a restrained groove. A fractured, murky contrast is provided on the most beatless stutter of "Desolate Ground" with abstract textures morphing with downtrodden robotic ambience. On the flip, Boris indulges in some spectral acid manoeuvres on "Lonely Run" with the rumbling lysergic bass line dominating amidst rasping percussion and haunting waves of sound. "Vacuum" ends this excellent release in sprawling style, steadily growing from the ethereal fuzz into a rattling techno thrust.
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Junction (12")
Cat: RH-LTD 026. Rel: 02 Apr 08
Techno
  1. Junction (Peak mix)
  2. Junction (dub mix)
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Cat: TRSDW 003. Rel: 30 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Heavenly (5:48)
  2. Kill The Drift (7:05)
  3. Infinity (6:34)
  4. Renewall (6:04)
out of stock $9.15
Cat: 115 DSR. Rel: 31 Mar 16
Techno
  1. Dark Days (7:10)
  2. Syncronized (6:22)
  3. Betray The Opponent (6:19)
  4. Eclipse (6:47)
Review: It's not that long since Boris Bunnik dropped his most recent Conforce full-length, but already the man of many pseudonyms is donning the alias again. Predictably, North To South Part 1 is full of the kind of shimmering, melodious, futurist treats that sit somewhere between classic Detroit techno and mid '90s British intelligent techno. All four tracks are superb, making picking highlights somewhat tricky. Today, we're particularly enjoying the icy pulse of the B12-ish "Syncronized" and the classic Transmat flex of "Eclipse", but tomorrow that could change. Opener "Dark Days" - all rich, intergalactic chords, snappy snares and stargazing intent - is arguably the best of the lot.
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out of stock $9.40
Grace EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: 82DSR/CFC 1. Rel: 25 Mar 15
Techno
  1. Shade (3:48)
  2. Grace (8:33)
  3. Insecure (8:37)
Review: ** Repress ** Dutch producer Conforce has caused ripples of excitement amongst the techno cognoscenti over the past few years with releases on the likes of Curle, Modelisme and of course Rush Hour. Fellow Amsterdam label Delsin are the latest to fall for Conforce's slick atmospheric charms, securing three cuts for his debut on the imprint. "Shade" kicks things off in menacing almost beatless fashion with the central haunting synth riff surrounded by a growing chorus of sci fi atmospherics and the occasional flourish of bass. It is complemented on the A Side by the futuristic shimmer of "Grace" with growling bass slowly encompassing the glistening chord patterns and straight kicks. The mid section where the bass dominates plays the precursor to the arrival of a tender piano melody that sees the track out. On the B Side "Insecure" takes it's time to fully arrive but the gloriously euphoric nature of the pulsing electronic synths and swirling 808 patterns make it totally worth it. Wow.
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out of stock $6.54
Presentism (3xLP + insert)
Cat: 111 DSRLP. Rel: 01 Jul 15
Techno
  1. Glideslope (5:57)
  2. Realtime (5:21)
  3. Blue Note (6:51)
  4. Artefact From A Higher Dimension (6:50)
  5. Time Space Continuum (5:39)
  6. Erased Connections With The Past (6:44)
  7. Motion Sequence (5:54)
  8. Sequence Of Sub (6:33)
  9. Monomorphic (5:57)
  10. Ocean Lab (6:06)
  11. Hydrosphere (7:02)
  12. Predictive Flow (6:05)
Review: Undoubtedly one of the most prolific Dutch artists currently working in electronic music, Boris Bunnik has put out a staggering amount of records in the eight years since he first surfaced. Presentism is his fourth full length under the familiar Conforce name and flips the script a little. Recorded following his recent move to Rotterdam, it sees the veteran Dutch artist blending glacial electronics, crystal clear melodies and spacey chords with elements of ambient, classic IDM and Detroit techno. As a result, it's a far more picturesque and set than his three previous albums, with an emphasis on mood and melody previously buried beneath industrial textures and razor-sharp rhythms. It could well be his best set to date, and that's saying something.
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Cat: 111 DSRCD. Rel: 01 Jul 15
Techno
  1. Glideslope
  2. Realtime
  3. Blue Note
  4. Artefact From A Higher Dimension
  5. Time Space Continuum
  6. Erased Connections With The Past
  7. Motion Sequence
  8. Sequence Of Subcult
  9. Monomorphic
  10. Ocean Lab
  11. Hydrosphere
  12. Predictive Flow
Review: Undoubtedly one of the most prolific Dutch artists currently working in electronic music, Boris Bunnik has put out a staggering amount of records in the eight years since he first surfaced. Presentism is his fourth full length under the familiar Conforce name and flips the script a little. Recorded following his recent move to Rotterdam, it sees the veteran Dutch artist blending glacial electronics, crystal clear melodies and spacey chords with elements of ambient, classic IDM and Detroit techno. As a result, it's a far more picturesque and set than his three previous albums, with an emphasis on mood and melody previously buried beneath industrial textures and razor-sharp rhythms. It could well be his best set to date, and that's saying something.
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Kinetic Image (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 102 DSR. Rel: 04 Dec 13
Techno
  1. Semantic Field
  2. Spatiotemporal
  3. Formerly Programmed Decisions
  4. Temporary Reversals
  5. Abundance Of Selves
  6. Scientific Trajectory
  7. Underwater Settlers
  8. Excess Mortality
  9. Optimum Pace
  10. Anti-adaptive State
Review: Kinetic Image sees the tireless Dutch producer known as Boris Bunnik offer up third album under the Conforce moniker. If you are starting to feel that Bunnik has dealt a deal with the devil that trades sleep for productivity you are not alone - Kinetic Image is his second album this year following the issue of a Versalife longplayer on Clone West Coast and let's not go into all the various EPs and 12"s Bunnik has put one of his various names to this year. Issued by Delsin, Kinetic Image sees Bunnik draw on the experience of his recent non-dancefloor focused output to deliver an album that moves away from regimented 4/4 beats and into slower, more surreptitious tempos. The subaqueous electro vibe we've come to associate with Bunnik still remains and the Dutchman's loyal fans will love this set.
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Cat: 107DSR/CFC 4. Rel: 27 Aug 14
Techno
  1. Depth Over Distance
  2. Plateau
  3. Rendez Vous
  4. Closer
Review: Given how prolific he's been across multiple aliases these past few years, you can forgive Boris Bunnik for the lack of output that's characterised his year so far, with just the sole Versalife 12" for Clone's Store Only Series issued. A return to his main creative concern Conforce is most welcome then and the Depth Over Distance EP suggests the Dutchman's production powers are fully recharged. Opening with the title track, Conforce's talent for captivating spacious lines and crisp refreshing drum programming is on full display whilst "Plateau" veers off into abstract territory. Powered by supple arpeggios and powerful kicks, "Rendez-vous" feels like Conforce at his most floor focused whilst "Closer" ends proceedings on a haunting, ambient note.
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Cat: DSR X7. Rel: 19 Nov 14
Techno
  1. Sonar Conversation
  2. First Impression
  3. Subtraction
  4. Intimidation
  5. Machine Conspiracy
  6. Rare Education
  7. Love Hate
  8. The Land Of The Highway
  9. Stop Hold
Review: Boris Bunnik's debut under the Conforce moniker, Machine Conspiracy, was a little overlooked on its release back in 2011. Since then, the album has gone on to be regarded as something of a slept-on classic - a gorgeously picturesque, far-sighted and spacey trip into late night electronica shot through with dub techno and Drexciyan electro influences. Given that original copies of the album - either on CD or wax - are now fairly hard to find, it's nice to see Delsin making the album available again. Happily, the album has lost none of its' allure in the four years since, with the deep techno throb of "Subtraction", fluid hypnotism of "Machine Conspiracy" and Larry Heard-ish "Love Hate" remaining amongst Bunnik's strongest works.
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out of stock $21.18
Cat: DSR X7CD. Rel: 13 Nov 14
Techno
  1. Sonar Conversation
  2. First Impression
  3. Subtraction
  4. Intimidation
  5. Machine Conspiracy
  6. Rare Education
  7. Love Hate
  8. The Land Of The Highway
  9. Stop Hold
Review: Boris Bunnik's debut under the Conforce moniker, Machine Conspiracy, was a little overlooked on its release back in 2011. Since then, the album has gone on to be regarded as something of a slept-on classic - a gorgeously picturesque, far-sighted and spacey trip into late night electronica shot through with dub techno and Drexciyan electro influences. Given that original copies of the album - either on CD or wax - are now fairly hard to find, it's nice to see Delsin making the album available again. Happily, the album has lost none of its' allure in the four years since, with the deep techno throb of "Subtraction", fluid hypnotism of "Machine Conspiracy" and Larry Heard-ish "Love Hate" remaining amongst Bunnik's strongest works.
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Played by: Paul Mac
out of stock $13.58
Travelogue EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: TRSDW 002. Rel: 21 Jan 15
Techno
  1. Phase 7 (5:51)
  2. Informatica (7:21)
  3. Coast To Coast (7:16)
  4. Zero Five Eight (6:23)
Review: Given the sheer pace at which Boris Bunnik puts out material across his cavalcade of aliases, there is no small irony in the relaxed manner in which Transcendent, the label he runs with Julius de Wal, operates. Launched back in late 2012 with some material from Bunnik, naturally, under his Hexagon alias, there have been only two subsequent releases on Transcendent. A new year brings the count to five, with the Travelogue EP brandishing four fresh Conforce off cuts from Bunnik's Rotterdam studio. From the off, Transcendent has focussed on deeper, more abstract sonic terrain and it's no different here with cuts such as "Phase 7" little more than analogue pulses transmitted into the ether and met with all manner of delay and phasing. Nobody does it better than Bunnik!
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Cat: RH-LTD 020. Rel: 15 Nov 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Our Concern (Evolving mix)
  2. Our Concern (original mix)
  3. Our Concern (dub mix)
Review: Rush Hour keeps soaking up the best in deep, soulful techno. With the "Out Concern EP" Conforce delivers a deep, synth driven track in the best Detroit tradition. We are being graced with three mixes, ranging from an energetic dancefloor version, to a deeper musical version and a beatless dub. This is a perfect release for house and techno lovers.
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Cat: BSRX 010. Rel: 20 Apr 18
Techno
  1. Virtue Signaling (6:27)
  2. Black Mesa (6:54)
  3. Compulsion (6:54)
  4. Alka (4:26)
Played by: Caspian Rabone
 in stock $9.40
Cat: 129 DSR. Rel: 28 Jun 18
Techno
  1. Celestion (7:33)
  2. Vessel (7:08)
  3. Zephyr (6:48)
  4. Aerial (8:24)
Played by: Rick Hopkins, Rogér
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Cat: 124 DSRCD. Rel: 19 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Tidal Gateway
  2. Fauna Of Estuaries
  3. Inland Current
  4. ECCV Quay
  5. Harnessed Life In Programmed Form
  6. Autonomously Surpassed
  7. Meuse-Plain
  8. Seasonal Erosion
  9. Simulation & Emulation
Review: By now, we should all know what to expect from Boris Bunnik's Conforce project; after all, this is the shape-shifting producer's fifth album under the pseudonym in just under seven years. Like previous full-length Conforce excursions, Autonomous looks to the "intelligent techno" era (think mid-to-late '90s) for inspiration, serving up a range of spacey, inter-dimensional tracks that variously doff a cap to the Black Dog, the angular rhythms of Autechre, otherworldly deep techno, crystalline IDM, Drexciyan IDM and the outer-space brilliance of B12. Interestingly, there are a few more dense and creepy techno club tracks than we've come to expect, but even these tend towards to spacey and out-there.
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Autonomous (2xLP)
Cat: 124 DSRLP. Rel: 05 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Tidal Gateway (3:48)
  2. Fauna Of Estuaries (6:38)
  3. Inland Current (4:26)
  4. ECCV Quay (7:01)
  5. Harnessed Life In Programmed Form (6:30)
  6. Autonomously Surpassed (6:25)
  7. Meuse-Plain (7:16)
  8. Seasonal Erosion (5:18)
  9. Simulation & Emulation (6:02)
Review: By now, we should all know what to expect from Boris Bunnik's Conforce project; after all, this is the shape-shifting producer's fifth album under the pseudonym in just under seven years. Like previous full-length Conforce excursions, Autonomous looks to the "intelligent techno" era (think mid-to-late '90s) for inspiration, serving up a range of spacey, inter-dimensional tracks that variously doff a cap to the Black Dog, the angular rhythms of Autechre, otherworldly deep techno, crystalline IDM, Drexciyan IDM and the outer-space brilliance of B12. Interestingly, there are a few more dense and creepy techno club tracks than we've come to expect, but even these tend towards to spacey and out-there.
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Haedron EP (12")
Cat: 134 DSR. Rel: 18 Apr 19
Techno
  1. Haedron (8:49)
  2. Scorched Earth (7:41)
  3. Muon Transverse Momentum (6:40)
  4. Quantum Phaser (7:59)
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Cat: 119 DSR. Rel: 24 Nov 16
Techno
  1. TKY (8:49)
  2. Reverse (6:50)
  3. P.O.D (6:13)
  4. Similar Twinkling Lights (6:41)
out of stock $9.40
Kernel Of Truth (blue marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: DSC 012. Rel: 12 Jan 17
Techno
  1. Kernel Of Truth (7:52)
  2. Oasis (8:28)
out of stock $8.89
Conical Surface (transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: TRSD 007. Rel: 17 May 19
Techno
  1. Conical Surface (8:43)
  2. Paradigm Shift (5:49)
  3. Atrum (6:43)
  4. Carrier Signal (7:11)
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Cat: TRSD 004. Rel: 02 Mar 17
Techno
  1. Constant Changes (6:53)
  2. Between The Mirrors (7:21)
  3. Introspection (7:11)
  4. Transition (6:29)
out of stock $9.93
Noctiluca (LP)
Cat: ECHOCORD 078. Rel: 07 Aug 18
Techno
  1. Riparian (3:16)
  2. Noctiluca (6:06)
  3. Dwelling (5:10)
  4. Peridinum (6:38)
  5. Fusiformis (7:21)
  6. Pelagia (6:56)
Review: Conforce's Silent Harbour project has been relatively dormant since its inception in 2012, awakening only once with an album for Deep Sound Channel, back in 2015. It's clear that this is a space in which Boris Bunnik's mind can travel and expand, allowing him to roam more freely on the LP format. In fact, this new album for Denmark's Echocord, Noctiluca, is a sparse and explorative piece of work that sees the artist go way deeper than any of his work under the multitude of aliases through which he releases music. Using dub techno as the main ingredient, these six experiments go from the very abstract to the very concrete, jumping between ambient and techno on a constant basis. While the album's cold exterior helps the tracks to portray a strong sense of melancholia, there is something warm and alluring about its sounds and how they mould into one another. In all honesty, it's dub-techno like we've never heard it before. More Silent Harbour, please...
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Act II (12")
Cat: PROPAGANDAM 002. Rel: 14 Jul 17
Techno
  1. Conforce - "Suspense" (7:22)
  2. Jeroen Search - "Throne" (5:38)
  3. Aiken - "987" (6:46)
  4. Andre Kronert - "Propaganda" (7:22)
Played by: Evan Michael, Kessell
out of stock $8.89
Passenger (12")
Cat: 100DSR/VAR 2. Rel: 11 Sep 13
Techno
  1. Mike Dehnert - "Passenger"
  2. Conforce - "Wave Trace"
  3. CiM - "Way Station"
Review: Delsin have chosen a fully established crop of producers for the second 100DSR release, which sees Fachwerk boss Mike Dehnert, alongside Dutch electro revivalist Conforce and '90s British electronica act CiM. Mike Dehnert's return to Delsin comes in the shape of a big room take on his trademark sound with "Passenger", while Delsin regular Conforce delivers "Wave Trace", some dubbier, electro tinged techno similar to his Escapism album. Whereas 100DSR/VAR1 looked to newer names in Gerry Read and Unbroken Dub, Delsin have delved deep into their back catalogue by releasing a new track from Simon Walley's CiM project. It's the first showing of music by CiM since his Noki Bay EP on Ann Aimee released a decade ago, and almost 15 years since he debuted on Delsin with the six-track EP Service Pack.
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Cat: SNG 005. Rel: 30 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Exos - "WISHof24" (5:36)
  2. Artefakt - "Anora" (6:33)
  3. Conforce - "Spatial" (6:57)
  4. Hiver - "Orbital" (6:08)
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Polar Skies (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: FAUXPAS 024. Rel: 07 Feb 18
Techno
  1. Proud Cliffs Garbed In Blue (5:03)
  2. Floating Space (3:45)
  3. Vivid Ascension (7:26)
  4. Glow (5:11)
  5. Quiet Arcs (9:07)
  6. Terramodis (8:28)
  7. Archipelago (3:07)
Review: Prolific machine manipulator Boris Bunnik already operates under a dizzying array of aliases - Conforce, Versalife and Silent Harbour being the most celebrated - so it seems odd that he'd want to add another pseudonym to the CV. Severnaya, though, is a fresh moniker, seemingly created to allow him to explore the slowly-shifting, atmosphere-rich world of glacial, Biosphere-esque techno. Those with a deep knowledge of 1990s ambient music will point out audible nods to the becalmed, weightless electronics of Pete Namlook and the flat-on-your-back-at-sunrise bliss of Sun Electric's overlooked (but sublime) 30.7.94 Live full-length. There are a few gently rhythmic moments dotted throughout, too, though these tend to be every bit as beautiful and becalmed as the album's many beat-less excursions.
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Played by: M50, Bobby., James Welsh
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Inertia #4 (12")
Cat: INERTIA 4. Rel: 16 Nov 11
Techno
  1. Skudge - "Pollution"
  2. Conforce - "When It Appeared"
  3. Cosmin TRG - "Plaisir Interdit"
  4. Sascha Rydell - "Rainy Days"
Review: Here's us waxing lyrical about the third Interia sampler being the best of the lot, and then the fourth one lands on our laps and now we're all confused. Skudge, Conforce, Cosmin TRG and Sascha Rydell all contribute tracks here, with Swedish duo Skudge opening the A-Side with the sparse rattle of "Pollution", which is ably supported by the twitching minimalism of "When It Appeared" by Conforce. Up next, Cosmin TRG adds to his growing techno oeuvre with "Plaisir Interdit", which, much like his recent material on 50 Weapons, combines restless, swinging hats with bowel-shaking low frequencies. Finally, Sascha Rydell (the only artist on this 12" who hasn't released an album this year) drops "Rainy Days", and rather then being overawed by the esteemed company, he revels in it, turning in a majestic slice of atmospheric, contemplative techno.
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