In the wake of several exciting American festival appearances and their first-ever Vegas dayclub spot, the Disclosure boys have unleashed their third single from their upcoming debut album Settle, due out on June 3rd. Not only are Guy and Howard Lawrence pioneering their own fresh sounds, but it’s clear they’ve got a knack for recruiting sultry female vocalists to top off their expertly crafted productions. On “You & Me,” UK vocalist Eliza Doolittle does what Jessie Ware and Aluna of AlunaGeorge have before her in adding a smooth vocal hook to the jazzy production licks. Disclosure show no signs of slowing.Posted by
Disclosure‘s “White Noise” has been climbing up the UK Top 40 chart over the last two weeks, currently sitting pretty at an impressive #2 spot. The track features a collaboration with another set of rising stars from London – AlunaGeorge – and it showcases both duo’s developing strengths. Now, Glasgow native Hudson Mohawke is ready to add his take on the glittering production, toning down the vocals and adding R&B drum kicks to give “White Noise” that HudMo flavor. Recently signed to G.O.O.D. Music after releasing countless hip-hop tinged productions both solo and alongside TNGHT partner-in-crime Lunice, Hudson Mohawke continues to prove his affinity for R&B influences.
Click below the break to listen, this will be released on PMR Records.
Guy and Howard, the boys of Disclosure, are at it again. The brothers and production duo uploaded a track in collaboration with fellow UK production team AlunaGeorge from their album set to be released on PMR Records later this year.
The track, “White Noise,” features both Disclosure’s typical bouncy production stylings as well as elements that dig even farther back into the archive of dance music sounds. It’s really amazing that despite their age, Disclosure has been able to research, adopt and reinvent the UK garage/two-step scene, driving it forward — almost effortlessly — into 2013. Enjoy the full stream below, we’ll report back with more details on the album as we find them.Posted by
Tesfa Williams, better known as T. Williams, burst onto the house music scene in 2010 with “Heartbeat,” and since then has impressed critics and fans alike with a multitude of remixes for Dusky, Maya Jane Coles, and Disclosure — to name a few. Today marks the release of his latest production, the throwback “Dreaming,” a track we’ve heard spun multiple times on Radio 1 in recent weeks.
If this release doesn’t already convince you of the man’s staying power, look no further than his recent Pain & Love EP, also released on PMR Records back in September. As T. Williams continues to develop his craft, he seems to continue to meld old school R n’B vibes with modern day house rhythms in new and inventive ways.