Post Tagged with: "Boris Bunnik"

Techno’s Outer Limits :: October 2017

Latest emission in a series from Techno’s Twilight Zone of EPs/12″s and LPs with notes in the margins.   Anthony Linell is back, Abdulla Rashim veil shed to go as nomenclatural nature intended on debut, Consolidate, with a 2 x 12″ ‘to depth charge vacant participants and lilting movers.’ Emerald Fluorescents has a steelier feel with scattered fractal stabs rotating round […]

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Techno’s Outer Limits :: October 2016

Latest in a series of emissions from Techno’s Twilight Zone of EPs/12″s and LPs with notes in the margins. Stroboscopic Artefacts‘ updates its Monad series with Monad XXIII, as Charlotte Isabelle ‘deliver a uniquely organic electronic music that seems as if it has been finely aged for years in oak barrels rather than residing on a computer’s hard drive.’ The French duo pursue […]

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Techno’s Outer Limits :: February 2016

Latest in a series of emissions from Techno’s Twilight Zone of EPs/12″s and LPs with notes in the margins. SNTS alive! It’s that masked man frightening the children and horses with a ‘darker and non-human side,’ asking: “Who hasn’t ever felt scared of the journey of their own thoughts? That rustling of the leaves around you…” This […]

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Techno’s Outer Limits :: November 2015

Latest in a series of emissions from Techno’s Twilight Zone of EPs/12″s and LPs with notes in the margins Germany calling, with updates from Outer Limits go-to Stroboscopic Artefacts, which offers sonic savant Ken Karter a slot in their Monad series. Herr Karter has a thing for numbers, and has spent years down in his Kript moving math codes […]

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Conforce :: Kinetic Image (Delsin)

Between conceptual techno and pared-back hypgnosis, this year’s model is more nuanced, with less of the warm velvety and more of the cold clinical In the last few years, Dutchman Boris Bunnik has been among more interesting (and prolific) of techno-auteurs. As Conforce, he embeds deep blue mood-scapes and off-world atmospheres in propulsive pieces of […]

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Versalife :: Vantage Point (Clone West Coast Series)

Chilly atmo twiddle, electro squiggle and rhythmic shtick abound in an machine-mean pristine update of a hark-back to the sound of Drexciya. Multi-monikered Boris Bunnik is back, here as Versalife, his more electro-techno ID. He follows Night Time Activities, a series of 12”s on Clone West Coast Series with Vantage Point, a vaguely dystopian LP […]

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Silent Harbour :: Silent Harbour (Echocord)

Silent Harbour is consummately realized through Bunnik’s opening up of his sound engineering savvy to a spirit of enquiry that subsumes the structure-strictures of techno, dub and electronica to soundscape aperture. Dutch producer Boris Bunnik has been purveying dubby Detroit-inflected techno long enough to establish something of a reputation as a quality practitioner. A raft […]

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