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Disclosure · Help Me Lose My Mind

featuring vocals from London Grammar that sure do carry

This took me sometime, but I’ve finally warmed up to London Grammar’s voice in ‘Help Me Lose My Mind.’ At first it reminded me too much of the female British vocal craze goin on, but London Grammar is of the few that finally broke through the mess of it all. The girl can really carry a note and Disclosure took full advantage.

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Disclosure · You & Me (Flume Remix)

Orchestral whompery

Flume takes my love out of Disclosure’s ‘You & Me’ and packs Eliza Doolittle’s vocals into a chopped up “orchestral crunkinator,” as they pretty much put it. I haven’t been on the Disclosure // Flume bandwagon before, but if they’re putting out music like this then I’m all in. There’s just so much deep house, uk garage love goin’ out there. Let me tell you, these two aren’t the best.

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Disclosure, Fresh Faces on the UK Garage Scene

Two sexy new tracks by some smooth youngesters

It’s 2013 and I know you’re all just dying to move on to the next big electro-genre.  UK Garage is nothing new on the scene, but the last months of 2012 were pretty explosive for the genre—classified by that funky 4/4 kick-drum rhythm and shuffling hi-hats—as. Disclosure, two teenage producers from Surrey (UK), have made their way onto major radio playlists, namely BBC Radio 1.

The two have been producing for quite a few years, but their big break out on the scene was late in 2012 with their smooth Garage hit ‘Latch.’  Disclosure wastes no time building a percussive intro, and dives right into a song driven strongly by the rhythm as well as its explosive and gorgeous vocals.  I’m a sucker for some strong male vocals, and what I particularly love about the UK Garage genre is how heavily its vocals always pull from R&B influences. UK Garage has a tendency to be driven more by the percussive beat than the melody, but Disclosure’s ability to create a track that pushes those boundaries through more complex melodies really shows their potential to make their own distinctive mark on the genre […]

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