|1.||"Utopia In Distress" (6:48)|
|2.||"Lapis Lazuli" (6:39)|
|1.||"Missing Link" (6:25)|
|2.||"Portamento Quints" (8:15)|
Dutchman Boris Bunnik is no newcomer to the tech world, and is very much considered a certified veteran around these parts. In fact, his Conforce alias is still one of our top choices when it comes to house and techno hybrids, and the same goes for Versalife and the electro spectrum. He's back via the latter this week, returning with the third helping of Soul Of The Automaton through his own Transcendent imprint and, oh boy, does this guy know how to smash out electro. Unlike many newbies about the place right now, tracks like "Utopia In Distress" and "Lapis Lazuli" are utter quality throughout, and the same goes for the flipside, where Bunnik churns out nothing but deep, ethereal vibes on both "Missing Link" and "Portamento Quints" in what wraps up as a stellar EP from the reliable artist.
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