Disclosure (3)

Disclosure (3)

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British DJ and producer duo based in Surrey, formed by brothers Guy Lawrence and Howard Lawrence.
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Disclosure (3) Discography

Albums

none Disclosure (3) Settle (Album) PMR Records (2), Island Records none UK & Europe 2013 Sell This Version
DI31259 Disclosure (3) Caracal (Album) PMR Records (2), Island Records DI31259 South Korea 2015 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

MOMO031 Disclosure (3) Offline Dexterity (Single) Moshi Moshi Records MOMO031 UK 2010 Sell This Version
TP028 Disclosure (3) Carnival / I Love... That You Know (Single) Transparent (3) TP028 UK 2011 Sell This Version
PMR021D Disclosure (3) Feat. Sam Smith (12) Disclosure (3) Feat. Sam Smith (12) - Latch (Single) PMR Records (2) PMR021D UK & Europe 2012 Sell This Version
MAMI024 Disclosure (3) Tenderly / Flow (Single) Make Mine MAMI024 UK 2012 Sell This Version
GREC024D Disclosure (3) The Face EP (EP) Greco-Roman GREC024D UK & Europe 2012 Sell This Version
GREC024RV Disclosure (3) The Face - Remixes EP(12") Greco-Roman GREC024RV UK 2012 Sell This Version
B0018409-32 Disclosure (3) The Singles (EP) Cherrytree Records, Interscope Records B0018409-32 US 2013 Sell This Version
PMR0035 Disclosure (3) F For You (Single) PMR Records (2) PMR0035 UK 2013 Sell This Version
none Disclosure (3) White Noise (Single) PMR Records (2) none UK 2013 Sell This Version
VOICES01 Disclosure (3) Ft. Sasha Keable Disclosure (3) Ft. Sasha Keable - Voices (Single) PMR Records (2), Method Records (4), Island Records VOICES01 UK 2013 Sell This Version
PMR031 Disclosure (3) Feat. Eliza Doolittle Disclosure (3) Feat. Eliza Doolittle - You & Me (Single, Maxi, EP) PMR Records (2) PMR031 UK 2013 Sell This Version
none Disclosure (3) Feat. London Grammar Disclosure (3) Feat. London Grammar - Help Me Lose My Mind (Single) PMR Records (2) none 2013 Sell This Version
none Disclosure (3) When A Fire Starts To Burn(CDr, Single, Promo) Universal Music none Netherlands 2013 Sell This Version
GREC030D Disclosure (3) Control EP(6xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Greco-Roman GREC030D UK 2013
METH005 Disclosure (3), Sam Smith (12), Nile Rodgers, Jimmy Napes Disclosure (3), Sam Smith (12), Nile Rodgers, Jimmy Napes - Together(File, MP3, Single, 320) Method Records (4) METH005 UK 2013
00602537 743544 Disclosure (3) Ft. Mary J Blige* Disclosure (3) Ft. Mary J Blige* - F For You (Single) Universal Island Records Ltd. 00602537 743544 UK 2014
00602537831555 Disclosure (3) & Friend Within Disclosure (3) & Friend Within - The Mechanism (Single) Universal Island Records Ltd. 00602537831555 US 2014
PMR049 Disclosure (3) Apollo Cherrytree Records, Interscope Records PMR049 UK 2014 Sell This Version
PMR045 Disclosure (3) January(12", Ltd, W/Lbl) PMR Records (2) PMR045 UK 2014 Sell This Version
none Disclosure (3) Ft. Sam Smith (12) Disclosure (3) Ft. Sam Smith (12) - Omen (Single) Island Records none Europe 2015 Sell This Version
none Disclosure (3) Bang That (Single) Island Records none 2015
PMR064 Disclosure (3) Ft. Gregory Porter Disclosure (3) Ft. Gregory Porter - Holding On (Single) Universal Music GmbH PMR064 Europe 2015 Sell This Version
none Disclosure (3) Ft. Lion Babe Disclosure (3) Ft. Lion Babe - Hourglass (Single) Island Records none Europe 2015

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Riot_Now

Riot_Now

October 16, 2014
just came across this group and I'm not sure what all the hate for their music comes from. Certainly its polished and targeted to a large audience but if one feels the need to do that this is the way to go. Its catchy without being pure bubblegum. Beats Guetta, Deadmau5 and Swedish House Mafia any day of the week. Not usually big on vocals but they are solid selections over not over simplified beats.
ruminas

ruminas

December 19, 2013
edited over 2 years ago
Far too many comments as for collective which has surfaced so recently. Their music though does the job in these cases :
1. Trying to impress your 10 years younger girlfriend that you actually know something about contemporary dance music.
2. Cruising in a car with sparkling shine alloys windows wide open trying to get girls.
3. Dancing around the table making afternoon toast wearing nothing but jams.
Electrobeats

Electrobeats

November 2, 2013
I'm not a UK Garage expert so I am strictly talking about Disclosure's contribution to House music.
Those guys are bringing a polished, powerful sounding version of the 1988-1992 sound to the masses. I think they represent a culturally wise more legit way to House music than, say, Guetta and Avicii or other "House dj's" sharing the top 40 charts with them.
They are also very young, their live shows seem pretty good in comparison to the shitty pre-recorded dj sets of most House music popstars of the moment, and their output has been consistent so far.
I cannot see how they could be a bad thing for dance music, they are indeed a sign that House is alive and well in the 2010s.

I like some of their UK Garage/Future Garage tracks but considering I am quite ignorant on the subject I won't say else about it.
camerabob1

camerabob1

September 20, 2013
Why so much hate from the music snobs? Who cares about genre? These guys are skillful producers with a great sound and it's brought them attention by the public. Who cares if they're mainstream? They're tons better than anything else on the radio, I'd rather hear Disclosure than [insert annoying pop singer]. You people are acting as if they're going to "destroy house music", as if that would ever happen.
Unterhimmel

Unterhimmel

July 9, 2013
Yes, they are "pure genius" for everyone out there who only knows the past five to ten years of Electro "House" and shitty overproduced UK Garage / Dubstep. Anyone else doesn't like them of course. Nevertheless, this is not underground House but still better commercial House. Maybe they can help bringing back the real Garage to the youth, who knows?
Pistachios

Pistachios

June 8, 2013
edited over 3 years ago
A crap, cartoon version of garage. They started off well and then got worse with every release. More disposable than the shitty MP3 file you downloaded it as and with about as much soul as Simon Cowell's left man boob. Enjoy it you fakers... You deserve it.
PatButcher

PatButcher

May 29, 2013
These boys are flavour of the month at best. Remember about 5 years ago when everyone went crazy for Pendulum? This is the same overproduced, overhyped trash that will end up in bargain bins in no time, whilst tarnishing the genre from which it emerged. The only thing keeping them going is clever marketing (that ridiculous face logo which is as visually catchy as their irritating songs) and seemingly endless collaborations with other artists. They're such posers as well.. Check one of them out in the podcast 276 picture above this review- he's doing the classic 15-year-old-girl-trying-to-look-hot pose that you can find in pretty much everyone's backdated facebook pictures.

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