• Boxcutter Allele

    Boxcutter - Allele

    Reviewed by Ronald Fritze Source: (Playground)

    <b> Boxcutter </b> - Allele


    Before “The Dissolve” reaches the stores –write down the date: 25th April– the fourth album by Barry Lynn, “Allele”, comes with clear intentions of marking the territory and warning that the Northern Irish producer will not be caught out by any faux pas. With the material of “Arecibo Message” (2009) he gave the impression that the buzz he’d managed to maintain since the days of “Oneiric” (2006) –that space between dubstep and IDM that made
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  • Boxcutter – Allele review

    Boxcutter - Allele

    Reviewed by Belinda Rowse Source: (Juno Plus)

    <b> Boxcutter </b> - Allele

    Hold tight Planet Mu fans: there’s a Boxcutter album on the horizon. Yes, you heard. Otherwise known as Barry Lynn, the Irish dubstep, or now, probably more accurately described as post-dubstep artist, Boxcutter has been responsible for some superb Squarepusher, DJ Shadow and Four Tet influenced cuts in recent times on labels such as Planet Mu, Hotflush, Abucs and Kinnego. This is the first single to be taken from the aforementioned LP, The Dissolve, which is due to
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  • Boxcutter: Allele/Other People

    Boxcutter - Allele

    Reviewed by John Source: (Inverted Audio)

    <b> Boxcutter </b> - Allele

    New to the ever evolving sounds of Planet Mu, is a two track single from Barry ‘Boxcutter’ Lynn. Boxcutter has had a steady creative output since 2005, and his music has featured on some of the most forward- thinking labels of the last 5 years, including Hot Flush recordings and Kinnego records.

    His sound of late can very much be referred to as post-dubstep, and has been so since way before the word had even been coined. If you don’t believe me, check out his
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