Tag: Disclosure

Hudson Mohawke, who is signed to G.O.O.D Music, has put his own spin on Disclosure’s straight-into-the-chart track ‘White Noise’, the original of which, features AlunaGeorge. 'White Noise' is fast becoming the biggest track of 2013 so far, and as the sunshine hits London, we can see it transferring well into the summer.

Spicing up the track with even more energy, as only Mr Mohawke knows how, this is an excellent remix and has received a lot of head nods, from all the right places.

The track will be released on PMR records, on the 24th March 2013. Super soon folks, we apologise for this radio-rip in the mean time; but the quality is perfect.

This video features a new track from Skream, titled 'Keepin'' The track is currently ripped from Skream's free 'December Mix', released at the end of last year; but we forsee it's release very soon.

Featuring the vocal samples of RnB legend Aaliyah, 'If Your Girl Only Knew', this track has a UK Garage vibe that we adore.

Already receiving praise from the likes of Disclosure, on twitter this morning, we're just sitting back and waiting for the views to climb on this.

For those out of the loop, Skream, otherwise known as Oliver Jones, is a 26 year old DJ and producer. He was one of Dubstep's first and most prominent producers; although he is now releasing tracks which spread into further genres. He is part of Magnetic Man, with Benga and Artwork. He also had a show in Rinse FM, and is now regularly on Radio One.

A little while back we shared the Disclosure remix of Artful Dodger classic, "Please Don't Turn Me On" and now the much hyped tune has got an official video.

The slick short for the Lawrence brothers reworking of the track stars two models, close-ups of Disclosure’s kit, light bulb theatrics and even manages to work in some footage from the original garage anthems video.

Disclosure already have a massive fan base for their original, reworked and remixed tracks but with material like this they're sure to gain even more exposure.

That talented teenage duo, Disclosure, have remixed the legend that is Artful Dodger. The classic Garage anthem has been given a modern house twist; and the outcome is amazing.

Originally produced by Mark Hill and Pete Devereux, Disclosure have kept Lifford David's memorable vocals, but added their own recognizable sound, bringing it well into 2012.

You will know Diclsoure from enormous hits such as Latch feat. Sam Smith, and their Jessie Ware remix of 'Running.' The group is comprised of brothers Guy and Harold Lawrence. They supported huge names such as SBTRKT and Hot Chip, before making waves and playing in their own right.

A huge name on the festival scene throughout 2012, Disclosure are just getting warmed up. We predict even bigger things in the new year.


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Who? Today, WJ Bookmarks… Amusement

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What? Skewed-pop from South London is a tidy summation, but putting it that simply would be a terrible disservice. There’s something oddly eclectic at play here - the sort of electronic overspill that threatens to gloop together into a mesmerisingly ground-breaking debut LP. ‘King Of The World’, available for free below, is their latest release and was only unveiled yesterday (October 15). A sedative-hit slant on tropical floorfillers Friendly Fires that boasts Poliça’s cavernous pop production and Blood Orange’s scuffed, coastal guitars - it could be messy, but instead it’s instantaneous, infectious and accessible. Elsewhere, the ethereal MS MR-like ‘Why Does Nothing Grow’ is the kind of heart-bruised, new age ballad that has provoked an online swoon.

Originally consisting as just a duo (of Joseph Sigee and Andrew Smith) the band have since doubled their ranks, becoming a distinctive live force in the process. So much so, in fact, they were recently supported by breakthrough pagan-pop trio Stealing Sheep at hip Dalston hangout Birthdays to a rammed attendance. They’ve also unleashed a slew of brilliant fidgety remixes - reworking everyone from hotly-tipped, tropical pop band Theme Park to college-friends Disclosure.

Where? When? Amusement headline a FREE show at The Lock Tavern this Sunday (October 21) – as featured in ‘This Week’s 10 Must-See London Gigs’.

Why? Amusement isn’t perhaps the first thing that’ll spring to mind when you think of Croydon, but forget all that wonky camera phone footage of lootings and ceaseless plugs at the end of DFS adverts, this foursome’s hypnotic glo-fi is about to change all that.

FREE DOWNLOAD: King Of The World by Amusement.

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