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Dexter's Beat Laboratory Vol. 13 – Dancing Astronaut

Dexter’s Beat Laboratory is a weekly collection songs from DA music editor and staff writer Robyn Dexter. With a taste that can only be described as eclectic — to say nothing a name that lends itself to punnery — DA is happy to present a selection tracks personally curated by Dexter for your listening pleasure. ‘s For Fox Sake EP made Continue reading Dexter's Beat Laboratory Vol. 13 – Dancing Astronaut

One of The Most Played Out Trap Remixes of The Year Is Finally Out Now

What So Not is on some insanely next level sh*t, and we’re down for the ride! The trap producer has been dropping IDs left and right recently (listen and ), and the new material just keeps coming. For WSN’s latest release, the producer gives Awolnation‘s “Run” an extreme trap upgrade with the help Quix. Together, these Continue reading One of The Most Played Out Trap Remixes of The Year Is Finally Out Now

Alison Wonderland Finally Made "F*ck Me Up On A Spiritual Level" Into A Song

Alison Wonderland‘s signature phrase “Fuck Me Up On A Spiritual Level” makes its fierce, lyrical debut in the producer’s single from her sophomore studio album! “Happy Place” is more than just a song, it serves as a portal — transporting anyone who listens away from a negative space and into a spiritual realm only capable Continue reading Alison Wonderland Finally Made "F*ck Me Up On A Spiritual Level" Into A Song

Kap Slap Releases "If We Were Alone" and Teams Up with FCancer

 is hosting an event on November 17, 2017 at in Los Angeles, California. The night consists DJ  and Bravo TV personality . These two are passionate about giving back as they’ve lost loved ones to the disease. A special guest appearance will also be made by . In addition, Kap Slap just released a new track “If Continue reading Kap Slap Releases "If We Were Alone" and Teams Up with FCancer

Freaky Deaky Milwaukee: In Front of the Rail, Part 2

Three years ago, I stood in the back a loud crowd at in Chillicothe, Illinois waiting to see my favorite musician play for the first time. That favorite musician goes by the name GRiZ. He’s a passionate, saxophone player from Detroit who mastered mixing jazz and funk with dubstep and live sax. Since then, I’ve taken Continue reading Freaky Deaky Milwaukee: In Front of the Rail, Part 2