Review: The first Money $ex release of 2017 is something of a woozy, soft touch treat. It comes from German beat-maker Dexter - not to be confused with the Dutch electro legend - and contains as sextet of drowsy, melodious, sun-kissed workouts. It sounds like it may have been made with an MPC and a small but perfectly formed collection of analogue synthesizers, but don't quote us on that. The producer's specialism seems to be the fusion of languid chords, tumbling melody lines, spaced-out post hip-hop beats and carefully chosen samples. Of course, there are a few more upbeat moments jotted throughout - the brilliant soundscape synth-funk of "Bells of Lorenz" and deep house inspired boogie shuffler "Off Shore" being the best examples - but for the most part it's a pleasingly horizontal affair.