Borris Bunnik will release his first album under the moniker in March.
Bunnik is perhaps best known for his robust techno productions as Conforce, but he operates under a multitude of other aliases, including Hexagon, Vernon Felicity and the dub techno-focused Silent Harbour. Versalife is the project the Dutchman reserves for his more electro-inspired material, with several 12-inches already on Clone's West Coast Series offshoot, the same label that will release Vantage Point.
Although this is the debut Versalife album, it's by no means Bunnik's first full-length outing, with two Conforce LPs released in the past four years. Vantage Point's sound was reportedly inspired by "the horizons and emptiness" of Bunnik's homeland in Friesland, northern Holland. (The album will arrive in artwork from fellow Friesland native Robert Zandvliet.) The news arrives amid a prolific spell for Bunnik: he recently announced his own vinyl-only label, Transcendent, and has and four-track EP set to drop on Delsin later this month as Conforce.
02. Sonic Signals
03. Recombinant Creations
04. Below The Horizon
05. Further Corrections
06. Normal Behavior
09. Advancing Capabilities
Clone West Coast Series will release Vantage Point on March 4th, 2013.