- Style:Techno,Ambient Techno,Club/Dance,Techno-Dub,IDM,Experimental Dub
- Date of release:July 17, 2015
- Size FLAC version1645 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1230 megabytes
- Size WMA version1743 megabytes
- Formats:ADX MP4 MP1 AUD AA ASF
Presentism by Conforce, released 29 June 2015 1. Glideslope 2. Realtime 3. Blue Note 4. Artefacts From A Higher Dimension 5. Time Space Continuum 6. Erased Connection With The Past 7. Motion Sequence 8. Sequence Of Subcult 9. Monomorphic 10. Oceanlab 11. Hydroshpere 12. Predictive Flow Chief Delsin recording artist Boris Bunnik is back with a brand new album under his Conforce guise. Entitled Presentism, it lands in spring 2015, is his fourth under this alias and proves once that this most prolific talent is still very much an evolving producer
Conforce - Presentism Releasing roughly an album a year as Conforce, Boris Bunnik has created a tangible sense of momentum, and not solely through the frequency of his output. Then Kinetic Image appeared like a foul mood swing, exposing sonic aggression and razor-sharp edges unified by melodic discord.
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On his fourth album under the name Conforce, Boris Bunnik continues to produce dubby ambient techno that nods to '90s Detroit techno and early IDM. His albums are typically heavier in atmosphere than his more club-centric 12" EPs, which focus more on steady beats. Presentism is a bit smoother and more danceable than his previous full-length, 2013's abstract Kinetic Image, but as it progresses, it seems to become more submerged.
In stock now for same day shipping. 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.
Presentism, at its worst, encourages a kind of moral complacency and self-congratulation. Interpreting the past in terms of present concerns usually leads us to find ourselves morally superior; the Greeks had slavery, even David Hume was a racist, and European women endorsed imperial ventures. Our forbears constantly fail to measure up to our present-day standards. Presentism admits of no ready solution; it turns out to be very difficult to exit from modernity or our modern Western historical consciousness. But it is possible to remind ourselves of the virtues of maintaining a fruitful tension between present concerns and respect for the past.
Produced using outboard gear rather than software, it sees Bunnik return to the Detroit-rooted techno of his debut album Machine Conspiracy, weaving in dub rhythms and ambient details throughout. Though it’s the first Conforce album since 2013, Bunnik has released several EPs under the alias over the past few years as well as keeping busy with his electro-focused Versalife and Vernon Felicity aliases.
CreditsConforce - Primary Artist
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|5||Time Space Continuum||Conforce||5:37|
|6||Erased Connections With the Past||Conforce||6:44|
|8||Sequence of Subcult||Conforce||6:32|