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Continuing their spree of unpretentious dance music for the masses, fast-ascending brotherly duo Guy and Howard Lawrence, better known as Disclosure, follow up ‘White Noise’ with a new original track alongside British songstress Eliza Doolittle. Taken from their eagerly-awaited debut studio album, ‘Settle’, which release is slated for June 3rd, ‘You & Me’ showcases their future garage wizardry and their inimitable knack for taking the familiar and making it their own.

Out April 28th.

Having announced their tackling the full-length format last year to much acclaim, British brotherly duo Disclosure have finally revealed the title and release date of their eagerly-awaited debut album. Set to hit digital stores on June 3rd via PMR Records, the details of ‘Settle’ are still vague but Mixmag reports that a new single titled ‘You & Me’ featuring vocalist Eliza Doolittle will see it’s premiere on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 slot this Friday, followed by a release on April 28th.

Update (May 8): The tracklist of the album has been announced.

Tracklist:

01. Intro
02. When A Fire Starts To Burn
03. Latch (Feat. Sam Smith)
04. F For You
05. White Noise (Feat. AlunaGeorge)
06. Defeated No More (Feat. Ed Macfarlane)
07. Stimulation
08. Voices (Feat. Sasha Keable)
09. Second Chance
10. Grab Her!
11. You & Me (Feat. Eliza Doolittle)
12. January (Feat. Jamie Woon)
13. Confess To Me (Feat. Jessie Ware)
14. Help Me Lose My Mind (Feat. London Grammar)

Watch the video for their latest single, ‘White Noise’, featuring AlunaGeorge, below.

Following on from their remix of Artful Dodgers’ ‘Please Don’t Turn Me On’, Disclosure is back to team up with London duo AlunaGeorge for the follow-up to their highly-acclaimed single ‘Latch‘ alongside Sam Smith.

First debuted by Zane Lowe on BBC Radio One, ‘White Noise’ continues to showcase the British club duo’s neoteric approach to Dance music. In a concoction of deep beats, tainted high-end progressions and the kittenish vocals provided by AlunaGeorge, ‘White Noise’ plays out as yet another strong indicator of Disclosure’s knack for creating unpretentious Dance music for the masses.

Out now on iTunes.

Following on from their remix of Artful Dodgers’ ‘Please Don’t Turn Me On’, Disclosure is back to team up with London duo AlunaGeorge for the follow-up to their highly-acclaimed single ‘Latch‘ alongside Sam Smith.

First debuted by Zane Lowe on BBC Radio One on Saturday, ‘White Noise’ continues to showcase the British club duo’s neoteric approach to Dance music. In a concoction of deep beats, tainted high-end progressions and the kittenish vocals provided by AlunaGeorge, ‘White Noise’ plays out as yet another strong indicator of Disclosure’s knack for creating unpretentious Dance music for the masses.

Out February 17th on PMR Recordings.

Having raised the bar for remixes to an all-time high with their take on Jessie Ware’s ‘Running’ earlier this year, Brighton duo Disclosure make an impressive return to remix duties with their version of Artful Dodger’s “Please Don’t Turn Me On.”

Showcasing the same avant-garde Electro sound that have pervaded their studio output throughout the year, their take on ‘Please Don’t Turn Me On’ complements the Southampton garage band’s soulful top line with colorful, vintage synth play and growling low-end progressions and makes for yet another landmark addition to their belt. Grab it for free below.

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Handing the show over to a very select and stellar few up-and-comers from both sides of the Atlantic, last night’s episode of Pete Tong’s Essential Selection show saw Madeon, Otto Knows, Disclosure and Porter Robinson on hand with a four-part take-over.

In addition to discussing their steady rise to international acclaim, Madeon gives us some insight, Otto Knows chats with Burns for the first time and confirms that Alesso’s ‘Clash’ will be out next month, Disclosure turns back the clock with a couple of tracks from Fingers Inc and Joy Orbison, and Porter Robinson reveals some details regarding how his upcoming collaboration alongside Mat Zo came about.

Additionally, each was given the honor of picking their own Essential New Tune, resulting in that this week’s prestigious title fell in favor of Zedd, Alesso, Shadow Child and Mat Zo & Porter Robinson.

Tracklist:

MADEON

Madeon – Pop Culture
Madeon – Finale [Popcultur]
Lemaitre – Time To Realize [Lemaitre]
Russ Chimes – Back 2 You [Positiva]
Martin Solveig – The Night Out (Madeon Remix) [Mixture]

MADEON’S ESSENTIAL NEW TUNE

Zedd – Stache [Interscope]

OTTO KNOWS

Otto Knows – Million Voices [Refune]
Buy Now – For Sale [Superstar]
Pryda – Rymd [Pryda]
Burns – Lies (Otto Knows Remix) [Columbia]

OTTO KNOWS’ ESSENTIAL NEW TUNE

Alesso – Clash [Refune]

DISCLOSURE

Disclosure feat. Sam Smith – Latch [PMR]
Fingers Inc. – Bring Down The Walls [Trax]
Joy Orbison – Hyph Mngo [Hot Flush]
Jessie Ware – Running (Disclosure Remix) [PMR]

DISCLOSURE’S ESSENTIAL NEW TUNE

Shadow Child – The Verdict Part 2 [Food]

PORTER ROBINSON

Porter Robinson – Language [Ministry Of Sound]
Wolfgang Gartner – Fire Power [Kindergarten]
CHVRCHES – The Mother We Share [National Anthem]
Neon Indian – Polish Girl [Arts & Crafts Mexico]

PORTER ROBINSON’S ESSENTIAL NEW TUNE

Mat Zo & Porter Robinson – Easy [Anjunabeats]

ONE MORE TUNE!

Bondax – Baby I Got That [Just Us/Relentless]

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More than half way through the year that inevitably gave rise to the seminal Brighton club duo, Disclosure are back to join forces with London singer Sam Smith for the follow-up release to their renowned single ‘Control’.

Continuing to take their avant-garde Electro style to new and somewhat unfamiliar heights alongside that characteristic old school spirit we have come to associate with the British pair, their latest original reeks of the forward-thinking floor capabilities that have been all too absent throughout 2012. Blending Smith’s angelic and romantic vocal line with deep beats, ‘Latch’ fails to play aptly out to its title as a strong indicator of a duo that has never been confined to one solitary genre.

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