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Conforce: Haedron EP

Haedron EP marks Bunnik’s twelfth release on Delsin, reflecting the consistency and ability synonymous with his output.

Gunnar Haslam: Cacique De Poyais

What links and unifies so many of Haslam’s releases, including this one, is the ability to cultivate hypnotism – an ethos that has resonated throughout the catalogue of Delsin over the years.

Vril: Anima Mundi

This is straight up space music: aliens, black holes, astronauts, star ships. Contained are absolutely massive beats and bottomless synth pads. ‘Anima Mundi’ is acidic, burning away the rust to reveal the shiny underbelly of a rocket ship headed to a distant solar system. This is true stargazing music, made for asking the biggest questions of our existence.

Artefakt: Kinship

Artefakt, with Kinship, have crafted something for the serious techno lovers, the people listening consciously and the boundaries in-between. Under scrutiny and overall, they’ve built a solid album of sustenance and no cream cheese filling.

Q3A: Space Chamber

Hungarian producer Route 8 makes his debut appearance on Dutch imprint Delsin under his Q3A guise, serving up a solid, aptly-titled four-tracker that put on a fine mixture of house, techno and electro.

Conforce: Presentism

If somebody were to ask you what ‘sub-aquatic’ techno sounds like, ‘Presentism’ is the direction you might point them in with the caveat that whilst it is, indeed, the sound of submerged electronics, there’s absolutely a foot on the dry and precise land of the dance floor too.

Gunnar Haslam: Ataxia No Logos

Both curiously languid and fast-paced, hot and cold, Ataxia No Logos resists easy interpretations and judgmental approaches by simply remaining an evasive object of musical desire. The epitome of sexiness.

Mike Dehnert: Lichtbedingt

With this album, Dehnert demonstrates his consistency, switching with finesse from techno to housey patterns, finely sharpening his tunes – quietly delivering one of the best techno albums of the year so far.

Conforce: Kinetic Image

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

Conforce on Kinetic Image

We spoke with Boris Bunnik aka Conforce to discuss his new album “Kinetic Image”. He also discusses his new audio visual collaboration with visual artists ‘Current Current’.

Vinyl Artwork Of The Year 2013

The votes are in and the winner of Vinyl Artwork Of The Year 2013 is Gold Panda ‘Half of Where You Live’ released via NOTOWN Records and Ghostly International, designed by Andy Gilmore.