According to the label, Presentism is a “less dystopian” album than 2011’s Escapism and 2013’s Kinetic Image, and revolves around a “more organic and immersive aesthetic.”
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.
Presentism is released on 3LP, CD and digital versions in late June – until then you can revisit Conforce’s FACT mix from 2010 below.
B1. Blue Note
B2. Artefact From A Higher Dimension
C1. Time Space Continuum
C2. Erased Connections With The Past
D1. Motion Sequence
D2. Sequence Of Subcult
E2. Ocean Lab
F2. Predictive Flow