Disclosure Energy We've got some signed 12" x 12" lithographs of the album artwork to give away with the indies LP. The highly anticipated new full length album from the acclaimed duo Disclosure. Following up from the Moonlight and Ecstasy EPs. “The thing that decided which songs made it and which songs didn’t was that one word: energy. Every track was written really quickly. That’s why we had to write so many songs because those ones don’t come up every day. Or every week. Or every month.” Through an epic process of creation and distillation the path to producing their shortest, most direct album - 11 songs, 39 minutes - ran through around 200 tracks: everything from drum loops to fully realised songs. CD | LP
Disclosure Ecstasy A new 12" from the ever on form Lawrence brothers, aka Disclosure, who visited Kingston for a release show not so long ago! These guys are bonafide modern house-legends, here they present 5 new tracks that follow on from the singles Moonlight and Ultimatum. Pressed on 180g 'blue' coloured vinyl. The EP's title track ‘Ecstasy' kicked off the week when the brothers played it during a live mix on the band's YouTube channel from Guys kitchen. On the track they said "This song came into existence early 2019 during a writing session at Guy's house in London. We were curiously chopping up samples from various 70s disco and soul records when suddenly, Fantasy by Aquarium Dream gave us the exact thing we were searching for. This song is made entirely to get a human being to their feet and directly to the dance floor." Next up was ‘Tondo' – which received a BBC Radio 1 play from Annie Mac on Tuesday night: "Over the past few years, we have been exploring more and more African genres of music. This specific track samples the great Cameroonian musician Eko Roosevelt. If this track is anything, it's fast, punchy & above all... fun." The brothers took to YouTube to premiere the third track ‘Expressing What Matters' on Wednesday night which saw fans tuning in to chat to Guy & Howard and hear the latest release. "This track samples the legendary song Lowdown by Boz Scaggs. We really wanted to try and focus in on those wonderful backing vocals that permeate through the original & give it such soul. They ended up becoming the focal point of the entire track... being chopped and skewed to their limit. The whole thing was one big audio science experiment for us." Zane Lowe premiered yesterday's track ‘Etran' on his Beats 1 show – which once again, explores further African flavours. "The bulk of the song samples Niger-based band Etran Finatawa. With this track we are exploring an idea... How far can we take a sound that is somewhere in the realm of house music, until it morphs into a whole new being? Colliding genres together in a mash of pulsating, repeating rhythms and tones... this is the furthest we have ever taken that idea." Following the Zane play of Etran, Disclosure later confirmed that a fifth and final track ‘Get Close' would be available at midnight GMT completing the five track ‘Ecstasy' EP. On this final offering of the week, Disclosure said "Years ago we wrote a song called Get Close that never saw the light of day. We aren't usually ones to go back to an old idea after so long, but we never got that hook out of our heads." 12"
Disclosure Ultimatum A long-awaited return from Disclosure, with a big sumer-song featuring the Malian musician Fatoumata Diawara. “Sorry it’s been a while - we have been missing you all immensely, so we wanted to share with you something we’ve been working on now the sun is shining and the trees are green. A few months ago, we stumbled across an amazing female vocalist named Fatoumata Diawara. While digging through her discography we discovered this beautiful sample and started messing around, having fun and experimenting with it. The result is our new song, ‘Ultimatum’.“ island 12"
Disclosure Caracal Second album from the local duo Disclosure whose debut album was an absolute monster of a success. Sam Smith returns and other collaborators include Gregory Porter, Lorde, The Weeknd and Kwabs. We're hyped for this! this was a real moment last night with @disclosure A video posted by Banquet Records (@banquetrecords) on Sep 25, 2015 at 4:01am PDT Island CD | LP
Disclosure Settle Debut album from Disclosure. We've been watching these two Surrey based brothers pushing their way to the front of the scene since they supported Metronomy at New Slang. They've released a couple of stunning singles including a collaboration with Banquet faves AlunaGeorge. PMR CD | LP
Disclosure White Noise (Hudson Mohawke Remix) now in on one sided green 12" Originally scheduled for release on Record Store Day 2013, but unfortunately the wrong track was pressed onto vinyl. Fear not though, the good people at PMR have decided to press the right version onto green wax, and what a version this is from Glaswegian electronic beat master Hudson Mohawk aka HudMo. A raw gritty drum machine assault of a track but still managing to retain all the elements that make it a great 'song' too. PMR Records 12"
Disclosure / Gregory Porter Holding On - The Remixes 12" with 5 remixes of Disclosure's Holding On Island 12"
Disclosure / Sasha Keable Voices These just arrived in time for Christmas, bonus!The local brothers release another great tune from their Mercury Prize and Grammy nominated album, which also featured very high on our albums of the year chart! This 12" is a Le Youth remix of the song! PMR 12"
Disclosure Energy [Personally SIgned] For a limited time, you can pick up a personally signed copy of the album! Just put what you want written on your album in the comments box when checking out. The highly anticipated new full length album from the acclaimed duo Disclosure. Following up from the Moonlight and Ecstasy EPs. “The thing that decided which songs made it and which songs didn’t was that one word: energy. Every track was written really quickly. That’s why we had to write so many songs because those ones don’t come up every day. Or every week. Or every month.” Through an epic process of creation and distillation the path to producing their shortest, most direct album - 11 songs, 39 minutes - ran through around 200 tracks: everything from drum loops to fully realised songs. CD | LP Out of Stock