Disclosure - 'White Noise' feat AlunaGeorge
Disclosure - 'White Noise' feat AlunaGeorge
Disclosure - Latch feat. Sam Smith
Disclosure - What's In Your Head
Disclosure, the duo of brothers Howard and Guy Lawrence, will hit the road this spring, leading up to the release of their full-length in June. They'll play across North America beginning next month, including stops at South by Southwest and Coachella.
02-08 Stockholm, Sweden - Debaser Medis
03-01 Manchester, England - Gorilla
03-02 Glasgow, Scotland - King Tut's
03-04 Leeds, England - The Cockpit
03-05 Nottingham, England - Stealth
03-06 Bristol, England - The Exchange
03-07 London, England - Heaven
03-08 London, England - Secret London Warehouse
03-12 Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, England - Digital
03-13-15 Austin, TX - SXSW
03-17 Miami, FL - ULTRA Music Festival
03-18 Cambridge, MA - The Sinclair
03-19 Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer
03-20 Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg
03-21 New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom
03-22 Washington, DC - U Street Music Hall
03-23 Miami, FL - ULTRA Music Festival
03-26 Paris, France - Nouveau Casino
03-28 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Trouw
03-29 Berlin, Germany - Bi Nuu
03-30 Hamburg, Germany - Uebel & Gefahrlich
04-06 Warsaw, Poland - 1500 M2 Do Wynajecia
04-11 Toronto, Ontario - Hoxton
04-12 Detroit, MI - St Andrews Hall
04-14 Indio, CA - Coachella
04-16 Vancouver, British Columbia - Venue
04-17 Eugene, OR - WOW Hall
04-18 Portland, OR - Branx
04-21 Indio, CA - Coachella
05-23-26 Barcelona, Spain - Primavera Sound Festival
05-24-27 George, WA - Sasquatch! Festival
05-25 London, England - Field Day
07-03-07 Gdynia, Poland - Open'er Festival
07-04-07 Werchter, Belgium - Rock Werchter
09-05-08 Isle of Wight, England - Bestival
Disclosure - White Noise ft. AlunaGeorge
Disclosure perform "You Used to Hold Me"
Disclosure feat. Sinead Harnett - Boiling
"So we've decided that we're going to pick some of our favourite Faces from the 'Disclosure Face App' and include them in the inlay of our Album artwork.
Uploads yours using the link below! Deadline is April 1st!!
Disclosure are pleased to announce the details of their forthcoming debut release ‘Settle'.
This album is released through PMR Records / Island Records on June 3rd 2013.
This Limited Deluxe Edition version of ‘Settle’ is currently exclusive to disclosureofficial.com and 200 copies will be exclusively signed by Disclosure themselves and distributed randomly.
This format has exclusive deluxe packaging, plus extra bonus tracks on top of the standard edition of Settle.
By pre-ordering your album via disclosureofficial.com, you will be given the opportunity to access an exclusive pre-sale for tickets to Disclosure’s Autumn UK tour.
Disclosure - You & Me ft. Eliza Doolittle
Disclosure - F for You
Disclosure - You & Me ft. Eliza Doolittle (Toro y Moi remix)
Disclosure, Settle, review 4/5
These young brothers stand out from the pack because of their interest in writing songs, says Helen Brown.
Honing their craft in a room above an auction house, with their dad’s hammer banging away below, two brothers from Reigate in Surrey have been reinvigorating the club scene with a sleek, supple sound that harks back to Nineties garage and house.
After almost a decade of dance floors dominated by twitchy, trainer-gazing dubstep beats, the return to a more expansive, fluid sound that you can stretch your limbs into is refreshing. Imagine more inclusive, crowd-sweeping beams of light and less strobes.
They’re still ridiculously young to be selling out sets all over the world: Guy Lawrence is just 22, while Howard turned 19 last month.
And they’re relatively recent converts to electronic music. They come from a musical family (dad’s a rock guitarist and mum performed on cruise ships). Guy can’t remember a time when he couldn’t play the drums, and Howard took up the bass at three.
Disclosure - When A Fire Starts To Burn
Disclosure - F For You (TEED Remix)
I missed the March gig and the upcoming show over at the 9:30 Club here in DC also sold out - damn! (missed out on those tix).
got the CD in the mail yesterday (I don't do downloads) - damn! it's really really good.
Disclosure on Tour:
09-17 Nantes, France - Festival Scopitone
09-21 Liverpool, England - Masque (DJ Set)
09-21 Birmingham, England - The Institute (DJ Set)
09-24 Tokyo, Japan - Ebisu Liquid Room
09-28 Sydney, Australia - Listen Out
09-29 Perth, Australia - Listen Out
09-29 Victoria, Australia - Listen Out
10-06 Brisbane, Australia - Listen Out
10-09 Seattle, WA - Showbox SoDo
10-10 Spokane, WA - Knitting Factory
10-11 Boise, ID - Knitting Factory
10-12 Reno, NV - Knitting Factory
10-15 Pomona, CA - The Fox Theater
10-16 San Diego, CA - House of Blues
10-17 Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theatre
10-18 Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theatre
10-19 San Francisco, CA - Treasure Island
10-22 Boulder, CO - Boulder Theater
10-24 Chicago, IL - House of Blues
10-25 Louisville, KY - Headliners Music Hall
10-26 Atlanta, GA - Terminal West
10-27 Asheville, NC - Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit
10-28 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club
10-29 Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer
10-31 Paris, France - Pitchfork Music Festival Paris
11-03 Berlin, Germany - Postbahnhof
11-11 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Melkweg
11-16 Bristol, England - O2 Academy
11-18 Leeds, England - O2 Academy
11-19 Newcastle, England - O2 Academy
11-20 Glasgow, Scotland - O2 Academy
11-22 Manchester, England - The Warehouse Project
11-23 Sheffield, England - O2 Academy
11-24 Nottingham, England - Rock City
11-25 Brighton, England - The Dome
11-27 Birmingham, England - O2 Academy
11-28 London, England - O2 Academy Brixton
11-29 London, England - O2 Academy Brixton
01-09 Miami, FL - Holy Ship
01-14 Toronto, Ontario - The Danforth Music Hall *
01-15 Montreal, Quebec - Métropolis *
01-16 Boston, MA - House of Blues *
01-17 New York, NY - Terminal Five *
01-18 New York, NY - Terminal Five *
01-24 Orlando, FL - House of Blues *
01-25 Miami, FL - The Fillmore *
01-26 Tampa, FL - The Ritz *
01-28 New Orleans, LA - Republic New Orleans *
01-29 Houston, TX - Warehouse Live *
01-31 Austin, TX - Stubb's *
02-01 Dallas, TX - House of Blues *
02-06 Guadalajara, Mexico - Teatro Estudio Cavaret
02-07 Mexico City, Mexico - Vive Cuervo Salón
02-08 Monterrey, Mexico - Auditorio Banamex
03-05 Edinburgh, Scotland - Corn Exchange
03-06 Manchester, England - O2 Apollo Manchester
03-07 London, England - Alexandra Palace
* with Vic Mensa and Samo Sound Boy
Disclosure - Apollo
Sam Smith x Nile Rodgers x Disclosure x Jimmy Napes - 'Together'
supposedly a remix album is coming next Monday in the UK
Disclosure FULL SET - Pitchfork Music Festival Paris
Disclosure - F For You ft. Mary J. Blige
Disclosure - The Mechanism
Disclosure on Songwriting & More: 'We Thought 'Latch' Was Too Weird for the Radio' (Cover Story)
It has been a couple of years since Disclosure's Howard and Guy Lawrence stashed their records and clothes at their parents' house in the London suburb of Surrey, went off on their first U.S. tour and, at some indeterminate snare kick along the way, established themselves as the global faces of a house music revival.
In addition to selling out every American show, the brothers have collaborated with Mary J. Blige ("F for You") and emerged as Madonna's favorite new EDM act. Best of all, their Sam Smith-buoyed single — "Latch," No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 — has become a song-of-summer phenomenon, almost 20 months after its original release in the United Kingdom in October 2012.
"We thought 'Latch' was too weird for the radio and not clubby enough for the clubs," admits Guy, 23, the duo's drummer, mixer and elder sibling by three years. "It's in 6/8 time — not even 4/4, which is house's tempo."
Clean-shaven, with restless sea-gray eyes and tawny hair that crests from right to left, he smiles while being shuttled in a black SUV through Los Angeles traffic, part of Disclosure's migration from one top 40 radio station interview to the next. "'Latch,'" he decides, "is just a strange song that people like."
In fact, it's more like a generational anthem. "Latch" is the most Shazamed song everywhere, from Tijuana, Mexico, to Huntsville, Ala., to house's ancestral home, Chicago — and it arguably has made Disclosure the biggest British crossover act since Adele.
Usher - Good Kisser (Disclosure Remix)