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This the third album by Boris Binnick aka Conforce. The press release suggests its industrial tones depict a desolate warehouse in perennial decay. He has obviously visited Norman Records headquarters for inspiration. The industrial clank of his rhythms are not unlike a soundtrack to a documentary on the kind of brutalist architecture on which our bleak haven was inspired. Yet its not a wholly i ...

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7/10 Clinton Staff review, 12 December 2013

This the third album by Boris Binnick aka Conforce.

The press release suggests its industrial tones depict a desolate warehouse in perennial decay. He has obviously visited Norman Records headquarters for inspiration. The industrial clank of his rhythms are not unlike a soundtrack to a documentary on the kind of brutalist architecture on which our bleak haven was inspired.

Yet its not a wholly icy concept. There are layers of warm synth providing a kind of 90s electronic backdrop to the kind of music you imagine being carefully constructed in the shadow of what was formerly the Berlin wall. Binnick uses kind of thick, gloopy bouncy beats and places around them minimal synth work that flits in and out of the mix. Particularly on ‘Temporary Reversals’, this produces an edgy panic stricken sound, akin to being lost late at night in the vagaries of the Newbiggin housing estate.  


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