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Boxcutter - Glyphic download mp3
Dubstep, Experimental
MP3 album size:
1297 mb
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4.9 ✪

The title track from the second Boxcutter album, released in 2007.

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Glyphic by Boxcutter, released 29 October 2007 1. Glyphic 2. Windfall 3. Bug Octet 4. Rusty Break 5. J Dub 6. Chiral 7. Kaleid 8. Bloscid 9. Foxy 10. Lunal 11. Nanobot 12. Fieldtrip Barry Lynn returns for album number 2 on Mu. Continuing his hugely successful trademark dubstep/electronica sound from the 2006 album 'Oneiric', the ante has definitely been upped and 'Glyphic' certainly delivers. From the opening title track, Boxcutter's totally unique sound excels. Floating pads and astral jazz samples sit above deep dub basses, with all manner of instruments thrown into.

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This album has an average beat per minute of 149 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 140/181 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Glyphic
Saxophone – Filaria
A2 Windfall
A3 Bug Octet
B1 Rusty Break
B2 J Dub
B3 Chiral
C1 Kaleid
C2 Bloscid
C3 Foxy
D1 Lunal
D2 Nanobot
D3 Fieldtrip


  • Design – Peter Gaskell, Steven Williams
  • Producer, Written-By – Barry Lynn


Track D2 is a bonus track not available on the CD version.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ZIQ 187CD Boxcutter Glyphic ‎(CD, Album) Planet Mu ZIQ 187CD UK 2007
ZIQ187 Boxcutter Glyphic ‎(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Planet Mu ZIQ187 UK Unknown
ZIQ187 Boxcutter Glyphic ‎(12xFile, WAV, Album) Planet Mu ZIQ187 UK Unknown

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Proper ambient dubstep with the appropriate reaches too traditional dub with minor idm edits through-out. No wacky brostep bass lines. The real shit, top to bottom.