Is Boris Bunnik capable of releasing a sub-standard record? Hot on the heels of his excellent Versalife album comes Dawning, recorded as Vernon Felicity. Like a halfway house between his Conforce sound and the more reflective end of Versalife, Dawning inhabits a dreamy, synth-laden netherworld, where low-slung, jacking rhythms and ghostly synths prevail. This combination is audible on the title track, but Bunnik impresses most on "Wrong Notion", with its wiry acidic framework and angelic chords and "3". Forsaking the jacking rhythm that makes "Dawning" and "Breaking Silence" such groovy propositions, "3" is bathed in a glow of introspective synths.
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