We don’t post too many remixes here – not a huge fan – but Jasper Erkins, aka ALTREGO, did a solid job of mixing the electro pop/funk that Disclosure has come to trademark. ‘Loving You Is Wrong’ is the second single to be taken from the forthcoming debut album by Luke Pickett.
ALTREGO is a Belgian-born/London-based multi-instrumentalist/producer who released his first EP on June 16th. You can listen to the remix below:
The 2013 shortlist for the Barclaycard Mercury Prize UK album of the year has finally been released, and there are some great names up there.
The shortlist is as follows:
Arctic Monkeys ‘AM’
David Bowie ‘The Next Day’
Foals ‘Holy Fire’
Jake Bugg ‘Jake Bugg’
James Blake ‘Overgrown’
Jon Hopkins ‘Immunity’
Laura Marling ‘Once I Was An Eagle’
Laura Mvula ‘Sing To The Moon’
Savages ‘Silence Yourself’
Last year’s winners were Alt-J with their revolutionary album An Awesome Wave (read my review of the album here). The Mercury Prize aims to draw attention
Fresh off premiering their new track at Coachella, Disclosure officially released “You and Me” earlier today in the UK.
“You and Me” brings along Eliza Doolittle providing the vocals that everyone has come to love. The song is similar to many of Disclosure’s previous tracks but may very well be their best yet.
Eliza Doolittle is wrapping up her sophmore album. She recently released a teaser song called, “Don’t Call It Love When It’s Really Life.”
Click to play:
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London duo Disclosure pair up with another London duo in AlunaGeorge for a new single in “White Noise.” AlunaGeoge consists of Aluna doing vocals and George in production. Aluna lends her voice in this minimal-electro pop tune that’s due out on March 24.
Right here, this right here is probably — most definitely — the best song I’ve heard all year. Give me some Boyz II Men-like vocals coupled with just a hint of today’s pop-tuned sounds and we have this: a most-delightful, and delirious song.
Disclosure, made up of brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence, use vocals from Sam Smith to create a sound that almost literally make you want to latch on to someone else’s lust-yearning body.