Dexter's Beat Laboratory Vol. 77 – EDM All Day
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 choice of tracks personally curated by Dexter to your listening pleasure.
Listen in playlist format here.
After a slew of spectacular originals in 2018, Mielo kicks off his 2019 with the primary single from his debut EP, “ILY.” His contemplative type is fantastically exhibited right here, ands he groups up with vocalist Sarah De Warren to carry an much more heavenly factor to the tune. Gorgeous piano melodies and dreamy synths create an ideal backdrop for the vocals and subdued percussion in “ILY.” Mielo leaves listeners wanting extra with this one, and it serves as an introspective precursor to the forthcoming EP.
Speaking of first singles from new EPs, Haywyre has returned to kick off his funky-fresh Panorama: Form EP with “Let Me Hear That.” This one, like a lot of his music, is irresistibly groovy. It’s packed filled with full of life piano and synth melodies that embody Haywyre’s sound in each method. He’s categorized this surefire hit as “most funk,” and rightly so. It’ll be tough to get this one out of your head.
Camo & Krooked are placing themselves on the map with the discharge of “Atlas.” This one manages to include the highly effective, wall-busting power their tracks are inclined to have, bottling it rigorously with meticulous manufacturing. Its journey-like qualities really make the title applicable, and the extended introduction builds anticipation in a spectacular method. When the drop hits, the listener is taken on a wild journey of dramatic drum & bass rhythms and thrilling themes.
House heavy-hitter Dustycloud has returned to ship yet one more highly effective quantity. The Parisian powerhouse appears to be like to be asserting his dominance in 2019 with “Brave,” which kilos the listener with copious doses of bass proper from the get-go. He offers a quick style of what to anticipate to start with earlier than diving right into a deep canyon of bass. A restrained break in the course of the tune offers the listener a quick likelihood to catch their breath once more earlier than the bass once more takes over. It’s pure depth.
Fans of i_o know that he’s been teasing a large collaboration with Tommy Trash for weeks. “Let Me Go” has lastly arrived on mau5trap, a lot to the delight of those that’ve been ready seemingly for ages (learn: me). The dance floor-primed observe reunites the 2 producers, who first collaborated on “Oxygen” in 2017. They’ve tapped the beautiful vocals of songstress Daisy Guttridge to ship this silky-smooth progressive observe—and it’s nicely definitely worth the wait.