REVIEW: BOXCUTTER - THE DISSOLVE | 8 May 2011

Ireland's Barry Lynn aka Boxcutter's 13-track album The Dissolve has a very distinct style of its own with every track presenting its own unique identity! Daring though not overdone, he has kept every piece and its essence just the way it should be.

Be it the ones with a heavier bass or others with 70's disco influences smeared over, a rhythmic structure is always present. Out of the album, tracks such as Factory Setting, Moon Pupils and Little Smoke vs. Kab Driver are more suitable for a club night. While the description 'organic' is much overused and oft maligned, the track Allele preserves its original meaning with a modern touch that breathes new life into what we know. In one word: brilliant.

 

Tracklist

01. Panama
02. Zabriskie Disco
03. All Too Heavy feat. Brian Greene
04. Cold War vs. Ken & Ryu
05. Passerby
06. TV Troubles
07. The Dissolve feat. Brian Greene
08. Moon Pupils
09. Factory Setting
10. Allele
11. Topsoil
12. Little Smoke vs. Kab Driver
13. Ufonik feat. Brian Greene

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Tags | Techno , Dubstep , Reviews - Albums



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