2011 release from Irish Electronic artist Barry Lynn AKA Boxcutter. Lynn had already dropped a couple albums that looked at Dubstep from fresh angles before everyone else started to do the same. This time around, things are different and he"s taken off in a direction that leaves Dubstep behind entirely. The title is a reference to a common video art effect, where one image gradually transitions to another. The Dissolve has an unpolished hue to it, created with keyboards, drum machine, echo, tape and sometimes even electric guitar. While showing an affinity to Theo Parrish"s productions or even hypnagogic , it sits in a world of its own. The devil is in the details-it"s rich in twists and turns.