Dexter's Beat Laboratory Vol. 63

Dexter's Beat Laboratory Vol. 63

Dexter’s Beat Laboratory is a weekly assortment of songs from DA managing editor Robyn Dexter. With a style that may solely be described as eclectic — to say nothing of a reputation that lends itself to punnery — DA is glad to current a choice of tracks personally curated by Dexter in your listening pleasure.

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In celebration of Wednesday’s vacation, Foxhunt unleashed a robust seven-minute mashup of two of his songs: “Imperator 1.5” and “Graveyard Shift.” Titled “Dead End,” the producer mixed the already-hefty tunes into a large electro home heater. Catchy synth melodies dance intermittently by a churning home beat, maintaining the observe rocking at 128 BPM. The mashup marks the final launch earlier than the producer goes on an “prolonged hiatus” — and it’s a robust observe to exit on.

Silk Music stalwart Vintage & Morelli has returned to the label for a scintillating unique, “Come Home.” The emotive progressive home tune ebbs and flows between dancefloor-ready traits and a extra subdued aura. A mid-song interlude ushers in a delicate piano melody, accompanied by a flute, to hold the listener right into a heavenly, vocal-filled bridge. Vintage & Morelli slows reintroduces the home beat, constructing “Come Home” again as much as its unique momentum. It’s a fantastically constructed piece of labor, holding the listener’s consideration keenly all through its seven-minute entirety.

Since its introduction in August, Go Freek‘s “Love Is The Weapon” has popped up throughout the globe, from Australia to the United States. The proof of this lies in Aylen‘s newest piece of labor, during which he’s taken on remixing the Sydney artists’ observe. He’s given the observe a contemporary, even groovier vibe, layering in a refined bassline and jungle-inspired percussion parts. These parts complement the observe’s vocals nicely, leaving listeners with a completely new perspective on the track.

London duo Artificial Intelligence have been tearing up the drum & bass scene since 2003, persistently popping up on UKF with scorching new tunes within the liquid funk sub-genre of drum & bass. Their newest, too, is a UKF launch and is a part of their upcoming set up of The Series, which is out November 2 Integral Records. “B.A.D.A.” is the primary on this new set of tunes and incorporates a silky-smooth ambiance that serves as an ideal introduction to the gathering. The dnb beat glides effortlessly, permitting snippets of vocals to peak by and add additional zest to the track.

Trivecta has been composing stunning, atmospheric tunes for years, irrespective of the style. Whether it’s dubstep or trance, the Tampa-based producer has a singular means to move his listeners to the precise world he’s created — and it’s a fantastic factor. His newest, “Ghost Of A Friend,” is equally fascinating and alluring. “This is a brilliant chill observe that I’ve truly been sitting on for a number of years now,” he says of the track. “I’m an enormous fan of music that’s tremendous nostalgic and primarily based round a slow-burning journey. That’s what this tune is all about.”