The meteoric rise of Disclosure, who recently played the IMS Closing party with guest vocalist Jesse Ware, has been immense. As likely to have their tunes dropped by Dirtybird as played on the radio in our local sandwich shop (where they were followed by Rihanna), Eats Everything recently described their garage and bass influenced sounds as 'underground pop', a fitting description for ther widespread appeal.
This week sees the release of their 'The Face' EP on Greco Roman, the label which counts Hot Chip's Joe Goddard amongst its founders. Already hyped by the likes of Zane Lowe and Annie Mac (the latter of whom the pair, brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence, have toured with), it features vocalist Sinead Harnett on the smooth as buttered skis ride of 'Boiling' and the soulful skip of 'Control' featuring Ria Ritchie.
If you like what you hear, check their previous releases including the stunning double-sided single 'Flow/Tenderly', the James Blake like weirdness of 'I Love... That You Know' and 'My Intention is War', which features in remix form on Andy George and Jaymo's forthcoming Moda Black compilation, or download their bootleg of Q-Tip below.