British duo Disclosure enjoyed worldwide success with their chart-topping debut album Settle back in 2013. Slightly less successful, the band’s follow up full length Caracal was released in late 2015 and featured guests such as The Weeknd, Sam Smith, Miguel or Kwabs.
Third single “Magnets”, featuring vocals by New Zealand singer Lorde, garnered very positive reviews from critics and became Disclosure’s most successful hit in Australia and New Zealand
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London-based duo Disclosure recently released their debut album, Settle, and it is already being hailed as a milestone in UK house music. The young pair of producers (who also happen to be brothers) cite artists like Joy Orbison, James Blake, Burial and Mount Kimbie as primary influences, describing their own early musical efforts as an attempt to blend house, UK garage, EDM and dubstep.
The album, which features previously-released singles “Latch”, “White Noise” and “You & Me”, debuted at #1 in the UK Albums Chart and received rave reviews from music critics. Disclosure have teamed up with underground heads like AlunaGeorge, Ed Macfarlane (of Friendly Fires fame), Sam Smith and a few more guest vocalists to create songs that incorporate radio-friendly pop elements while retaining credibility amongst club-goers and DJs.
Check out a remix of “You & Me” from Australian electronica wizard Flume, and a pumped up version of new single “F For You” by T.E.E.D.
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Disclosure (aka Howard and Guy Lawrence) have been attracting the attention of all and sundry of late and their latest EP, The Face, is their biggest to date and should cement their reputation even further.
Released on June 4th through Greco-Roman (also home to Joe Goddard and T.E.E.D), this new record throws two new vocalists into the mix: newcomer Ria Ritchie, who lends vocals to new single “Control”, and Sinead Harnett who appears on “What’s In You Head” as well as the underground hit “Boiling”.
Bonus track: you’re in for a treat with this pumped-up dancefloor-friendly remix of Disclosure’s previous single “Flow”, released in February on Make Mine…
Disclosure - Flow (Amusement Remix)
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