Boxcutter ‎– The Dissolve



Boxcutter Panama
Boxcutter Zabriskie Disco
Boxcutter Ft. Brian Greene (2) All Too Heavy
Boxcutter Vs. Ken & Ryu Cold War
Boxcutter Passerby
Boxcutter TV Troubles
Boxcutter Ft. Brian Greene (2) The Dissolve
Boxcutter Moon Pupils
Boxcutter Factory Setting
Boxcutter Allele
Boxcutter Topsoil
Boxcutter Vs. Kab Driver Little Smoke Remix
Boxcutter Ft. Brian Greene (2) Ufonik

Versions (6)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ZIQ289CD Boxcutter The Dissolve(CD, Album) Planet Mu ZIQ289CD UK 2011 Sell This Version
MBIP-5501 Boxcutter The Dissolve(CD, Album) Melting Bot MBIP-5501 Japan 2011 Sell This Version
ZIQ289 Boxcutter The Dissolve(CDr, Album, Promo) Planet Mu ZIQ289 UK 2011 Sell This Version
ZIQ289 Boxcutter The Dissolve(LP, Album) Planet Mu ZIQ289 UK 2011 Sell This Version
ZIQ 289 Boxcutter The Dissolve(LP, Album, TP) Planet Mu ZIQ 289 UK 2011 Sell This Version
ZIQ289CD Boxcutter The Dissolve(13xFile, FLAC, Album) Planet Mu ZIQ289CD UK 2015


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November 11, 2015
referencing The Dissolve, CD, Album, ZIQ289CD

The perky "Panama," which kicks of Boxcutter's THE DISSOLVE, almost sounds like Lynn is going in a new, funk direction, replete with bass and vocal samples, and the shimmer of "Zabriskie Disco" only reinforces this. The R&B vocals on "All Too Heavy" contribute greatly as well. But "Cold War" and "Moon Pupils" return Lynn to more familiar dubstep territory with digital stompers, while the reverb guitars of "Passerby" convey a rainy melancholy. But "TV Troubles" returns to the funk with a nice layer of haze, before the title track smothers itself entirely in that haze. But the sharp angles of ""Factory Setting" help cut through the haze momentarily, though it returns somewhat in echoing dub form with "Allele." But the dubstep comes back in full-force with the Kab Driver remix of "Little Smoke" before "Ufonik" beams into outer space on a slow drive. Boxcutter has never been more clear with THE DISSOLVE.


May 29, 2012
referencing The Dissolve, LP, Album, ZIQ289

This was an impulse buy at the record store counter and I do not in the least regret it. I'd heard the album before in digital format, though I'm glad to have it in vinyl now; the medium complements the album, which draws from disco, turntablism, dub, and *step/garage, blending it into a glowing, hypnotic gallery of smooth, late-night beats. I could leave side B on repeat for hours. A particular standout track is "Cold War", which is an infectious and eminently danceable track with awesome synth sounds. The production all over is polished and smooth, rivaling the masters of the field today.


January 1, 2012
referencing The Dissolve, CD, Album, ZIQ289CD
If you haven't heard Boxcutter yet, try this album. It contains 3 of his simply best tracks one after one (Passerby, TV Troubles and The Dissolve).