After the release of their astounding The Face EP and single “Latch,” brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence of Disclosure have caught the attention of everyone from Adventure Club to Pete Tong. There is something about their unique blend of future garage and deep house that is refreshingly addicting. For a limited time, Disclosure are giving away their remix of Artful Dodger’s “Please Don’t Turn Me On” for free. Anyone who caught Disclosure on their recent North American tour will be familiar with the tune. Deep, techy, and R&B-spirited, the remix is everything we’ve come to love from the duo. Pick up the track for free from SoundCloud.
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