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    15 Feb 2013
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Boris Bunnik has stepped away from Conforce duty for the moment to concentrate on warped electro project Versalife.

Clone sub-label Clone West Coast Series are about to release Versalife’s debut LP, Vantage Point. The LP follows 12″ releases for the likes of Frustrated Funk and Abstract Forms, and sees Bunnik turning out eerie, dystopian electro. The album supposedly takes its cues from the “horizons and emptiness” of Bunnik’s native Friesland, but, really, it’s a city record – a soundtrack for night drives rather than countryside rambles. It’s been almost two years since Bunnik released the fine Escapism disc for Delsin, and it’s a pleasure to see the Dutchman back in full-length mode.

Vantage Point is due on March 4 through Clone West Coast. [via Juno Plus]


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