Dexter’s Beat Laboratory Vol. 78

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Dexter’s Beat Laboratory is a weekly collection of songs from DA handling editor Robyn Dexter. With to say nothing DA is pleased to provide a choice of tracks curated by Dexter for your listening enjoyment.

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Drum & bass masterminds Matrix & Futurebound are back in it again. In their most recent, they’ve tapped the talents of songstress Zelah for an combination of adrenaline-pounding bass & drum and celestial vocals. “I Got You There” marks the longstanding duo’s release of 2019 and gives fans a first look at their upcoming record, Mystery Machine, on Metro/Viper Recordings.

Kill Paris delighted fans by shedding a funky-fresh LP on Valentine’s Day, featuring collaborations with artists like Big Gigantic, Fatherdude, Tim Moyo, and much more. While all monitors bring something into the table, his cooperation with Fatherdude is very ear-catching, featuring vocals from the New York artist. Kill Paris explains the track came around in its biography: “Sent the beginning ideas of this track to Fatherdude, who wrote these lyrics and just like that – a song is born! ”

The music world was gifted with fresh Goshfather songs on Valentine’s Day. In his latest disco-infused venture, the Los Angeles artist attracted from Madonna‘s “Like a Prayer” and created his very own fun spin about the iconic 1989 hit. Goshfather introduced as singer AU8UST for those vocals, and the set have created a new take that’s 1989 and 2019 with a bassline along with vocals.

Norwegian artist Rootkit includes a fluid design that’s led him to create music across the music spectrum. From melody-centered potential bass remixes to dim house originals, he therefore demonstrated his production aptitude. For his latest release, Rootkit chooses his talents into Monstercat to fall “Voyage,” a house number that has journey-like qualities, which makes the title completely suitable. Beautiful vocals lend themselves into “Voyage,” improving its adventurous spirit.

For months, Fox Stevenson was hyping a fresh body of work he says is a “bit different” from what fans may have come to know his songs as. He sets out the first from this new focus of songs and returns to his first focus of songwriting named “Out My Head,” a pop-oriented track that still contains a number of the components his supporters have come to know and appreciate. However, the spotlight is quite much on his vocals in this release, and it’s catchy.

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