Dexter’s Beat Laboratory Vol. 114Deters Beat Lab@0.

Dexter’s Beat Laboratory is a weekly collection of songs from DA managing editor Robyn Dexter. With a taste that can only be described as eclectic — to say nothing at all of a name that lends itself to punnery — DA is content to present a choice of tracks personally curated by Dexter for your listening pleasure.

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New Gramatik normally tends to make for a fantastic day. The funk maestro’s most recent piece of operate is the eight-track Re:Coil, Pt. II, which incorporates tracks like “Don’t Give Up.” He taps the vocal talents of Ryan Shaw and ProbCause to polish off a piece of music that is soulful, hopeful, and groovy.

Also releasing an eight-track physique of operate on Oct. 25 is StayLoose, who’s unveiled his Undesirable Star album. This contemplative compilation pulls collectively some of the artist’s ideal operate to date, like the otherworldly “Deadspace” that is dripping with mystery and a subtle feeling of melancholy.

Au5 requires to Metanoia Music for the release of his new single, “For You”—an emotive, romantic piece that strongly reflects Au5 in his prime. The vocals are sweet, and the production (as normally) is major-of-the-line. He even goes for a totally various really feel practically 4 minutes into the song, displaying just how far he can take the songs he creates.

Wilkinson is back swinging, coming via with a new single for UKF‘s 10th birthday celebration. “Machina” has a beautiful introduction that makes it possible for the producer construct the globe he’s constructing for “Machina” to take location in. A vocal drop at the minute mark delivers the listener into intense drum ‘n’ bass madness—a Wilkinson specialty.

Grammy-nominated dance act Fatum requires the reins on the most recent Win and Woo original, placing collectively a bold remix on Armada of “Here U R.” The original song had a mellow, slow-groovy really feel to it, but Fatum give the tune a darker spin.

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