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Boomkat Product Review:
You'll probably know Barry Lynn better as Boxcutter, whose albums Glyphic and Oneiric have stirred up a fuss in various factions of the music world. You might consider Boxcutter to be a logical update of IDM, taking the expanded sonic horizons of the genre and transposing them into a more contemporary dubstep-related context. This collection of early recordings by Lynn showcases this meeting of styles in its nascent stages, referencing breakbeats, garage, dub and jazz alongside the more distinctive Aphexisms that litter his current crop of material. These productions come from the 2002 to 2005 period, situating themselves within the context of a scene that was yet to truly edify itself, consequently, there are few overt nods to dubstep as we know it now - instead Balancing Lakes sounds like a fascinatingly unfocussed affair - but Lynn's technical, detailed programming remains in full effect regardless of whether or not anyone had a single, handy catch-all name for what Lynn was experimenting with at the time. Excellent.