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Disclosure - Willing & Able (Live at Wild Life)


With their second studio album 'Caracal' due for release on September 25th 2015, Disclosure perform their new single 'Willing And Able' live at Wild Life Festival in Brighton alongside their collaborator, Kwabs.

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Sam Smith Teams Up With Disclosure Once More For 'Omen'


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Having had a global smash hit with ‘Latch’ in 2012 which helped him launch his multi-platinum-selling career, Sam Smith has reunited with British dance act Disclosure for another single.

Disclosure released the music video for brand new single ‘Omen’ on Monday morning (July 27th), the second to be taken from their eagerly awaited new album Caracal, which will be released on September 25th.

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Disclosure - Holding On ft. Gregory Porter


Disclosure go sci-fi thriller on us in the new video for their single 'Holding On', featuring the vocals of Gregory Porter. It's the first track to be released from the duo's upcoming sophomore album 'Caracal' out September 25th 2015.

Disclosure - Holding On ft. Gregory Porter [Live]


Disclosure were joined by Gregory Porter for a performance of new single 'Holding On' from their upcoming second album 'Caracal', out September 25th 2015. The were playing live at the first ever Wild Life Festival.

Disclosure Announce 'Caracal', But Did They Rip-Off Sbtrkt?


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Following the huge success of their debut LP Settle - which also launched the career of Sam Smith - the dance music duo Disclosure has announced details of its second album. Caracal will be released via Island Records on September 25 - a departure from the group's usual home at Cherrytree.

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Previews of the new tracks appear to show a range of styles, from the house cut of Bang That, to the jazzy Holding On, which features the voice of American vocalist Gregory Porter. The group has also been recording with Mary J Blige on her recent London Sessions recordings. Other guest vocalists on the record include the R&B newcomer Nao, Lion Babe and Kwabs.

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Rudimental Reveal Details Of Second Album


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British drum and bass group Rudimental have announced details of their second studio album, which will be out later this year. It will be titled We The Generation, and will be released on September 18th, 2015.

Consisting of fourteen tracks, the follow-up to their well-received 2013 debut Home will feature a galaxy of guest stars on vocals, including the late Bobby Womack on the final song ‘New Day’. The group also shared the first track to be taken from the new album, called ‘Never Let You Go’ which features Foy Vance on vocals.

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Disclosure - Bang That (Official Audio)


English electronic duo, Guy and Howard Lawrence, have been working under the title Disclosure, and they have released the official audio track for their single, 'Bang That', which was released on 1st May 2015.

SXSW 2015 Is Coming! And That Means More Blog-Worthy Talent At Hype Hotel


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Austin's 2015 SXSW Festival draws ever nearer, with a line-up already rich in upcoming talent and vibrant diversity. There's something for everyone at this iconic citywide musical celebration, and nothing encompasses that more than Hype Machine's Hype Hotel Presented by Feed the Beat spot.

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Hype Hotel is set to return to SXSW for 2015

Now heading into its fourth year, we can expect Hype Hotel to be full of yet more talented new bands and artists for 2015. Selected by a variety of different music blogs, the line-up is awash with the very best of all genres including indie, rock, pop, electronic, rap and R&B, who entertain fans of different ages and cultures for five days during the event, which this year takes place from March 17th to 22nd.

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Mary J. Blige - The London Sessions Album Review


After a bit of reflection, 'Coming to London' just sounded so odd. We live in a world now, after all, where artists need nothing more than an internet connection to be able to collaborate with each other, meaning Mary J Blige's announcement that she was forsaking New York for Britain's capital had something of a twentieth century ring about it. Countering, the singer explained that this wasn't some kind of Royal engagement from her perspective, and that she wanted to use the energy and creative vibe generated by the Thames to give her music a regenerative makeover. With the cutting edge being provided by a clutch of talented young froth from around the city, 'The London Sessions' are the result.

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For much of its first third, it's easy for the listener to ask themselves why she bothered to make the trip. Opener 'Therapy' - co-written with cherubic, Grammy scoffing Sam Smith - is a sardonic, bare bones number that leaves few stones unturned lyrically, but opens up no new doors. It's followed by 'Doubt', a slightly overblown tale of ultimate redemption clearly indebted to gospel but again, not really very well... Shoreditch. Make no mistake, this is Blige doing what she does impeccably, her voice still honeyed where it needs to be, raw in other moments, but again the pattern of living within her glossy means continues through 'Not Loving You' and 'When You're Gone'; both polished, mid-tempo and full of poise but, equally, neither being anything which breaks her mould.

Blige in the build up had spoken about immersing herself in the underground house sounds of the nineties, beats which outfits like Disclosure and Gorgon City have reproduced so faithfully over the last couple of years, and the breakthrough finally comes on 'Right Now', produced and co-written by Blige with the former (MJB gets those joint chops on every song) but bearing their spidery minimalism throughout. Finally, with any inhibitions abandoned, what follows is a kind of whistle-stop genre tour, from the rave squawks and big piano vamps of 'My Loving', the crisp two step of 'Pick Me Up' through to the lush disco of 'Follow'. Despite the diversity, each of these you think speak more to the singer's open mindedness and versatility rather than a sea change in her philosophy; when in Rome and all that, rather than casting aside a formula which has helped sell more than 50 million albums worldwide.

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Universal Music Group's Grammy After Party presented by American Airlines and Citi

Sam Smith and Disclosure - A host of celebs were snapped as they attended Universal Music Group's Grammy After Party which was presented by American Airlines and Citi. The party was held at The Theatre at the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 8th February 2015

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Bestival 2014 - Performances - Day 1

Disclosure - Bestival 2014 - Performances - Day 1 - Disclosure - Isle of Wight, United Kingdom - Friday 5th September 2014

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Disclosure - Disclosure Presents WILD LIFE


Following their 2013 debut studio album, 'Settle', Disclosure has launched their new event, 'Wild Life' - a performance inside a zoo.

Disclosure - You And Me (Vevo LIFT Live): Brought To You By McDonald's


Disclosure perform a live rendition of their 2013 single 'You And Me', featuring the voice and projected image of Eliza Doolittle.

Disclosure - White Noise (Vevo LIFT Live): Brought To You By McDonald's


During a special live show, Disclosure play their 2013 single 'White Noise' which was originally recorded alongside AlunaGeorge.

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