Hinterland, from one of Conforce's less prolific aliases, will come through Shipwrec offshoot Deep Sound Channel.
Bunnik has been as busy as usual putting out new music in 2015. Along with issuing another Conforce LP for Delsin, Presentism, back in June, and an EP on Transcendent, the label he helps run, in January, this year has also seen him release records as Hexagon (also through Transcendent), Versalife and Vernon Felicity. Compared to those, Silent Harbour is likely a lesser-known project. In fact, it's only appeared once before, in 2012, by way of a deep and dubby self-titled album for Echocord.
Juno Plus reports that Bunnik will show up as Silent Harbour on Deep Sound Channel, an offshoot of the Dutch label Shipwrec that's featured the likes of Dasha Rush, Mike Parker, Milton Bradley, Mohlao and ARC# since its launch a little over two years ago. The eight-track Hinterland looks to arrive on vinyl only, as usual for DSC. Coming on two slabs of wax, it counts as the imprint's first album (and tenth release overall). Tune in to samples over at Clone.
01. Morning Sun
03. Tidal Window
04. Navier Stokes Equations
05. Feg Depth
06. Environmental Migrant
07. Black Cloud
Deep Sound Channel will release Hinterland on November 9th, 2015.