Posted in dance | music | tour dates on July 25, 2012

by Andrew Sacher

Disclosure

UK bass duo Disclosure (aka brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence) released their debut EP, The Face, earlier this year via Greco-Roman. It's four tracks long, two of which have guest lead singers -- Sinhead Harnett on "Boiling" and Ria Ritchie on "Control" -- and should be of interest to fans of last year's guest vocalist-filled SBTRKT album, who Disclosure has joined on stage in Nottingham (video below). SBTRKT also featured them in a a mix he made last year. They've also remixed SBTRKT collaborator Jessie Ware's track "Running," (listen below) off her upcoming debut LP and performed it live with her last month in London at Hackney Weekend (but the video has since been removed).

Though the SBTRKT and Jessie Ware comparisons are good reference points for the duo's sound, it's not totally fair to tie them down to it. There's a really familiar feeling to the EP, perhaps due in part to the fact that it was released about a year after this sound really began taking off, but it's not without its own twist. It's certainly got a bit more hop in its step than the vocal-fronted ambient garage of Jamie Woon or James Blake, but it doesn't totally sound like Disclosure will be headlining Terminal 5 any time soon either (where SBTRKT's just-announced tour will hit in October). And though lead vocals tend to make songs like these more memorable, the most distinctive track is "What's In Your Head," which is lead by a sampled voice repeating the song's title and some looping moans. You can stream the entire EP below, and check out the video for "Control." Disclosure also have a FACT mix and a Mixmag DJ lab mix which you can stream below.

Disclosure will be heading out on a North American tour this October, which kicks off with two NYC shows that happen on October 24 at Glasslands and October 25 at Mercury Lounge. Tickets for the Glasslands show go on sale Friday (7/27) at 7 AM and tickets for the Mercury Lounge show go on sale Friday (7/27) at noon. Before the North American tour, they'll go on a European run supporting Hot Chip, whose member Joe Goddard remixed Disclosure's track, "Control," and co-owns the Greco-Roman label they're on.

A stream of that remix, a list of all dates, the tour flier, and all other streams and videos are below...

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Disclosure - The Face EP stream (except for "Livid Up" which is below)

Disclosure - "Livid Up"

Disclosure - "Control feat. Ria Ritchie" Official Video

SBTRKT and Disclosure live at Rock City Nottingham

Disclosure - "Control feat. Ria Ritchie" (Joe Goddard Remix)

Jessie Ware - "Running" (Disclosure Remix)

Disclosure - FACT mix 327

Disclosure - FACT mix 327 Tracklist:
Medlar - Terrel (Bicep's Brooklyn Shuffle)
Paleman - Hunt
Leon Vynehall - Homage
Kerri Chandler - The Invoice
Audiojack - Stay Glued (FCL Weemix)
Disclosure - Flow
Jordan Peak - Don't It Feel Good
Dusky - Flo Jam
Disclosure - Untitled
San Soda - Kaizen (Payme Edit)
Disclosure - My Intention Is War (Fig II)
Ting Tings - Hit Me Down Sonny (Eats Everything Reting)
Thefft - Jungle Out There
Jessie Ware- Running (Disclosure Remix)
Jai Paul - Jasmine (Demo)

Disclosure - Mixmag DJ Lab

Disclosure - Mixmag DJ lab Tracklist:
Inside - Sepalcure
Boiling ft. Sinead Harnett - Disclosure
Elegante - Squarehead
Deeper Love - Soundstream
Feel Your Soul - DJ Promo
Yours - Medlar
Child - George Fitzgerald
Existence - Kink
My Intention Is War (fig II) - Disclosure
Brighter Days (Mercury Edit) - Cajmere Ft. Dajae
Girl - Squarehead
Dun Dun - Boddika & Joy Orbison
No Way Back - Adonis
Stay Glued (FCL Weemix) - Audiojack
Whats In Your Head - Disclosure
Packet Of Peace (Jeff Mills Deep House Mix) - Lionrock
Night & Day (Dusky Remix) - Hot Chip
Creator of Jack - Darius Syrossian
Running (Disclosure Remix) - Jessie Ware
Mind Body & Soul - DJ Bigga
Freek n You (MK dub) - Jodeci
Let's Go - FCL
Chicago Timelapse - Farkas
Its The Way 2000 - Future Underground Nation
Standard Hoodlum Issue (Zed Bias Mix) - E.S. Dubs
Me and Those Dreamin' Eyes of Mine (Jay Dee Remix) - D'Angelo

Disclosure

Disclosure -- 2012 Tour Dates
10.08.12 Norwich, UEA*
10.09.12 Leeds, O2 Academy*
10.11.12 Birmingham, O2 Academcy*
10.12.12 Glasgow, O2 ABC*
10.13.12 Manchester, Academy*
10.24.12 Glasslands, Brooklyn
10.25.12 Mercury Lounge, Manhattan
10.26.12 Wrongbar, Toronto
10.28.12 Schubas, Chicago
10.29.12 Lorimer Lounge, Denver
10.30.12 The Independent, San Francisco
10.31.12 El Rey, Los Angeles
* - w/ Hot Chip

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Comments (11)

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11:06, they don't wear masks on stage.
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