Dexter's Beat Laboratory Vol. 64

Dexter's Beat Laboratory Vol. 64

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 joyful to current a number of tracks personally curated by Dexter on your listening pleasure.

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There’s one thing so intriguingly uplifting about this remix of Above & Beyond‘s “Happiness Amplified” with Richard Bedford. Josep takes the unique’s infectious melody and amplifies it (pardon the pun) with a guitar riff that provides a complete new stage to an already unbelievable observe. Bedford’s optimistic vocals carry this compelling remix in a robust approach, because it transforms from a trance observe to a progressive rock-inspired rework.

warner case‘s good time coronary heart dance arrived only a few days in the past, that includes two tracks primed for each straightforward listening and the dance ground. After delivering “good time” in September with Zak Downtown, the New York artist returns in full pressure to shore up the complete EP the lighthearted “coronary heart dance.” This one is highlighted by spunky horn stabs and an irresistibly groovy beat. Spencer Ludwig lends his vocals to the EP’s second observe, launching “coronary heart dance” into its full funky potential.

Hidden Face isn’t messing round on his newest items of labor. The Parisian artist has been diving deep into the melancholy dance music realm, channeling ZHU-like vibes along with his mystery-shrouded melodies. His latest, “You Don’t Know,” is one other dominant show of his type. A minimalist bouncing beat contrasts with vocals that decision out, “you don’t know.” Hidden Face takes the time to let every notice sink in, and that’s maybe a part of what makes his type so compelling.

Hillsdom and Novokan3 make their return to Pilot Records with a two-part assortment of drum & bass goodies. “Obsession” and “Colours” impeccably showcase their type of drum & bass: laid-back and filled with emotion. In “Obsession,” they create a mellow ambiance that options warped, wonky synths and emotive vocals. A mid-song interlude takes a break from percussion to ship a smooth-gliding melody earlier than then ramping again up right into a speedy drum & bass rhythm.

This. Goes. So. Hard. Known for his well-crafted soundscapes, Au5 takes on Detroit industrial artist Celldweller‘s “Eon.” This seven-minute enterprise rattles the ribcage with its grinding dubstep components, intensified by Celldweller’s screamo interludes. Fondly dubbed “metalstep” by a SoundCloud commenter, this classification appears to suit this heavy hybrid completely. Both artists’ otherworldly types mesh extremely on this remix, highlighting the perfect of every of their skills. Color me impressed.