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The latest track from Dion Timmer, "Leave" featuring the lovely vocals of Luma, is a future bass track with pounding melodic builds.

The lyrics describe rescuing someone from a drug problem. The cheerful progression reflects the light at the end of the tunnel in a terrible situation. It’s possible to break away from the darkness. The song brings a feelgood vibe to a dark topic; its bright, catchy drop pairs nicely with Luma's angelic vocals.

Dion Timmer, the Dutch electronic producer, has been a fixture of Monstercat for the past few years now. This latest track seems a change of pace for the young producer, however. He shows impressive range by branching off from his traditional drumstep/trap influences. The last song he released with the label was with the iconic Pegboard Nerds collaboration titled “Escape," a much darker, high-energy track.

Luma, a vocalist out of Nashville, is a tad greener to the scene but clearly exhibits potential. Her vocals have an ambient quality that works so well, especially when it comes to electronic music.

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