Disclosure Songs

BOSS
BOSS
Disclosure
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Disclosure is back in a big way. The British production duo debuted three new songs last night at Wild Life festival, which they co-headlined with Rudimental. All three can be characterized as sample-based garage house, which is positioned more squarely in their wheelhouse than whatever Caracal was. Listen to see "BOSS" to learn why this style is widely recognized as the group's bread and butter.
Feel Like I Do
Feel Like I Do
Disclosure Feat. Al Green
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It’s difficult to imagine summer without new Disclosure, and the UK production duo apparently feel the same. They’ve announced a surprise EP that will be released tomorrow, titled Moog For Love. “Feel Like I Do” is just one of the tracks they’ve released today from the EP.
Moog For Love
Moog For Love
Disclosure
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Nine months removed from their sophomore album Caracal, production superduo Disclosure announced a new EP Moog For Love and shared THREE new songs: "Feel Like I Do" feat. Al Green (!!), "Boss," and title track "Moog For Love."
Nocturnal (VIP Remix)
Nocturnal (VIP Remix)
Disclosure Feat. The Weeknd
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British house superduo Disclosure made inroads into the world of hip hop & R&B with their sophomore album Caracal by recruiting the likes of Sam Smith, Kwabs, Miguel, & The Weeknd. One of the best songs from the album was the leadoff track, "Nocturnal" feat. The Weeknd. This morning Disclosure shares their rework of "Nocturnal," dubbed the "VIP Remix."
Nocturnal
Nocturnal
Disclosure Feat. The Weeknd
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Disclosure's sophomore album Caracal features a smorgasbord of talented R&B artists, including Sam Smith, Kwabs, Miguel, and chart destroyer The Weeknd. Disclosure bestows Abel the honor of appearing on Caracal's leadoff track "Nocturnal," which is right up his alley judging by the name alone.
Magnets
Magnets
Disclosure Feat. Lorde
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Disclosure is getting ready to release their sophomore album, Caracal, a follow-up to the widely-praised debut Settle. The UK brothers have rounded up a few familiar faces to provide vocals over their electronic production, including The Weeknd, Miguel, Sam Smith, Kwabs and Lion Babe. We're curious to hear the collab with The Weeknd, "Nocturnal," as well as the Miguel-featured "Good Intentions," but in the meantime, "Magnets" featuring Aussie singer Lorde has surfaced.
Holding On
Holding On
Disclosure Feat. Gregory Porter
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Disclosure's invasion of top 40 radio didn't happen immediately, but they've broken the seal, meaning even recreating classic vocal house with a jazz singer may turn into a hit. "Holding On" does just that, recruiting Gregory Porter for the occasion. It's as catchy as anything they've done thus far, without compromising in the slightest, and should stick around throughout the summer. 
Bang That
Bang That
Disclosure
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It's now been almost three years since Disclosure's "Latch" dropped and was subsequently remixed by everyone from Schoolboy Q to PARTYNEXTDOOR. Their 2013 debut album, Settle, was a huge success both in their native UK and the US, and now they're ready to start rolling out the next one.
Follow
Follow
Mary J. Blige
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As she's shown by linking up with younger up-and-comers and performing as a surprise headliner at The Fader's trendy CMJ showcase, Mary J. Blige is anything but irrelevant 22 years after she dropped her debut album. Along with Sam Smith and Emeli Sande, another one of the big-name Brit artists collaborating with Blige on her upcoming London Sessions project is Disclosure, the brotherly duo responsible for one of last year's best electronic albums. 
Latch (Remix)
Latch (Remix)
ScHoolboy Q Feat. Disclosure & Sam Smith
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Well here’s another rare, yet dope collab we didn’t see coming. After hearing A$AP Rocky add some bars to Sam Smith’s “Im Not The Only One” last week, another out-the-blue collab has somehow surfaced online tonight, this time from TDE’s Schoolboy Q.  
Right Now
Right Now
Mary J. Blige
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Disclosure has proven their ability to craft a hit with British soulman Sam Smith, so linking up with R&B legend Mary J. Blige seemed like a good match for the UK production duo. The two acts first came together at the top of the year for "F For You", and with the announcement of Mary's new record, Mary J. Blige: The London Sessions it seems we'll be getting plenty more where that came from.
Good Kisser (Remix)
Good Kisser (Remix)
Disclosure
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Fraternal UK dance duo Disclosure haven't released much new material since dropping Settle, their fantastic debut, in 2013. Instead, they've been focusing on their remix game, which is decidedly on-point. Following a remix of Pharrell and Jay Z's classic track "Frontin'" last month, Disclosure drop a rework of Usher's recent single "Good Kisser."
Frontin' (Remix)
Frontin' (Remix)
Disclosure
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UK electronic duo Disclosure has been inching closer to the world of hip hop over the last little while. The group toured with Chicago rapper and recent XXL Freshmen, Vic Mensa, who subsequently hopped on the remix of their single, "When A Fire Starts To Burn". He's also carried on the electronic influence on his latest cut, "Down On My Luck".
When a Fire Starts to Burn (Remix)
When a Fire Starts to Burn (Remix)
Vic Mensa
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Disclosure are gradually infiltrating the rap game, teaming up with Mary J. Blige and Bishop Nehru on some recent releases. They also gave emerging Chicago rapper Vic Mensa an opening slot on their tour, and he's paid them back with a remix to the opening track from their album, "When A Fire Starts To Burn". Coming from a city where hip hop and electronic music have always overlapped, Mensa holds his own on the deep house beat, which is certainly one of the more rap-able cuts from their album.
You Stressin'
You Stressin'
Bishop Nehru
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Disclosure have begun an invasion of the R&B and hip hop world this year. Collaborating with Mary J. Blige, Q-Tip, and now Bishop Nehru. The English duo stream their UK electro through a boom-bap filter, their distinct synth sounds being the only distinguishing characteristic of their deep house roots. Bishop wraps some assonant DOOM-like flows around the production, making for a very successful collaboration. Quotable lyrics:
Latch (DJ Premier Remix)
Latch (DJ Premier Remix)
Disclosure
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UK Electronic act Disclosure gets the remix treatment from Gang Starr's DJ Premier, who takes a much more minimal approach to the song, and puts it in half time. Premier seems to be joining the many hip hop producers venturing into electronic music with this one. Are you feeling it?