“Mr. Poirier has spent much of the last few years on arty takes on dance hall and soca, and it’s on the songs that blend his old and new approaches — particularly “Double-Edged Sword,” “Long Story Short” and “Abidjan” — that this self-titled, self-released album shines. These songs are brittle but still dubby and surprisingly tense. Even with all that intelligence, Mr. Poirier hasn’t forgotten the dance.” - NEW YORK TIMES

“With Boundary, Poirier is both pushing boundaries and blurring them. He is stepping back from the relentless festivities of his recent output and reaching for a broader emotional palette; and yet his unwillingness to abandon big beats altogether gives him more wiggle room than your average laptop maestro. He is standing on the outer limits, but has kept a finger on the pulse.”- THE GAZETTE

“Boundary is the new moniker for the Juno­-nominated Ghislain Poirier (usually known as simply Poirier), who steps out of his familiar electronic dancehall territory to bring us a 13­track album of minimal techno. Unlike the recent resurgence in dark, banging, dystopian techno, Boundary is far more optimistic. Bright, cinematic and heavily digital, this is an intriguing album from an evolving and engaged Canadian producer who isn’t afraid to step out of his comfort zone.”EXCLAIM

“Montreal producer/DJ Ghislain Poirier has adopted new pseudonym Boundary for work that falls outside the futuristic re­imaginings of dancehall and soca rhythms he’s best known for. The beats and tempos are often reminiscent of his tropical­inspired work, and an organic warmth and fluidity sets it outside the mechanical precision we generally associate with experimental techno. It still qualifies as “intelligent dance music,” but unlike most IDM, you can actually dance to this.”- NOW MAGAZINE