Ever-impressing UK talent James Dexter makes a return to Bondage-Music this December as he drops his latest three track EP Lets Go Back. 2018 has been a substantial year for London based DJ and producer James Dexter, with appearances at the likes of fabric (London), Claire (Amsterdam) and Sash (Sydney) and releases on Little Helpers, Gruuv, Deeperfect and his own Inermu imprint in the past 12 months alone. With the New Year in sight, here we find three new fresh productions in the form of his Lets Go Back EP, marking a return to Bondage Music in the process following his recent remix of Frinks Sofisticate on the imprint. Title cut Lets Go Back opens proceedings as Dexter reveals an up-front, bumping cut armed with crunchy drum licks, infectious vocal samples and rich, airy chords, before Simple Things utlises further rich and soulful vocals alongside crisp skipping hats and resonant kicks to guide the production through seven minutes of groove driven house music. Last up, Dexters Roll Through pairs refined, stripped back organic percussion arrangements with wandering synth lines and vocal coos to wrap up the EP in fine fashion.