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Album Review

The second album from Boris Bunnik following 2010's Machine Conspiracy, Escapism features the talented young producer who joined the new wave of exciting electronic artists coming out of the Netherlands, including 2562, Martyn, and Dexter. The style of the album is primarily deep, blissed-out dub techno, with occasional detours into dubstep swing and the darker industial textures for which the Delsin label is better known., Rovi


Born: Terschelling, Friesland, Netherla

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Boris Bunnik, aka Conforce, hailed from Terschelling, a northern island of the Netherlands. Like the output from a number of his fellow Dutch techno artists, his productions seemed to result from a deep study of early Chicago house (Larry Heard in particular), '90s Detroit and U.K. techno (from labels like Planet E, Warp, B12, and Applied Rhythmic Technology), and Berlin dub (the Basic Channel/Chain Reaction axis) -- warm, melodic, moody. Bunnik was one of his country's more cunning synthesists,...
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