Finally the time has come! Siblings, Guy and Howard Lawrence, better known as Disclosure release their debut album upon us.
Jam packed with soul vocalists including the likes of Jessie Ware and Sam Smith over confident bass lines that are reminiscent of 90’s funky house and 2-step. This is home grown electronica at its very best.
It’s been a long time coming for those who recall the slew of tracks ‘Tenderly/Flow’ and ‘Latch’ which hit all the festivals, clubs and house parties late summer 2012. Not forgetting the brilliant remix of Jessie Ware’s ‘Running’.
The boys aren’t shy is asking their mates to guest on tracks and calling in the favours certainly pays off. Appearances can be heard from Ed Macfarlane (Friendly Fires), Jamie Woon and London Grammar (keep an eye out for this new band).
The album as a whole reminds me of something Mylo or The Artful Dodger might have produced and that’s a compliment as dance music’s currently enjoying a bit of rectrospection. However, Disclosure are doing something much cooler and it’s just in time for summer.
Some of the Wonky family saw this band last Friday at Thekla. I love their songs but it was really refreshing to see two females kick it harder and better than I’ve witnessed any boys do in a long time!
Great guitar music with a fresh riot girrl attitude.