Now that Disclosure are on a production hiatus for the foreseeable future, the Lawrence brothers today announced that they will be bringing their Wild Life parties to DC-10 this summer for four unique shows.
After one of the country’s must turbulent years in history, Disclosure kicks off 2017 with their Wild Life BK party bringing nothing but beat-laden joy to NYC…
WORDS: Scott Enman || Pictures: Khadija Bhuiyan
Disclosure have announced they are going on hiatus for 2017.
The duo revealed the news via a letter posted to fans on Twitter last night.
They mentioned they'll spend the next 12 months “enjoying some much needed rest” and working on their festival in Brighton, Wild Life.
The duo also said they've got “a few special things" in the pipeline in the coming months.
NYE is one of the biggest night's in the dance music calendar. To help you relive it, we've trawled through some of our favorite DJ's social media pages to see how they celebrated. Check the movements of The Chainsmokes, Carl Cox, Skrillex, Disclosure and Marshmello below...
Ahead of their show at Decadence in Denver, The Chainsmokers laid down the rules for 2017…
No bad vibes 2017 #chainslayers
George Michael died on Christmas Day (25th December), as confirmed by his publicist.
The former Wham! singer was found on Christmas morning, having died from heart failure. His longtime manager reportedly stated that Michael “passed away peacefully at home”, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
His publicist later added, "It is with great sadness that we can confirm our beloved son, brother and friend George passed away peacefully at home over the Christmas period.
Wild Life 2017, hosted by Disclosure and LIGHT & LIFE, will be joined by Tiga, Kenny Larkin, and Eli Escobar in Brooklyn, New York on 31st December 2016. Tickets will go on sale next Tuesday, 6th December at 12PM EST here.
Topping off the success of this year’s EP release of ‘Moog For Love’ and their North American Tour, the UK duo have announced their final 2016 show to take place at a secret location in Brooklyn on NYE.
Donald Trump won the U.S. Presidential election today, beating Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton eight years after the Unites States of America elected its first ever black commander-in-chief, Barack Obama.
After the news broke at 7:30am GMT, the dance music community reacted with a combination of disbelief, anger and humour. Below is what Disclosure, The Black Madonna, Carl Craig and many more had to say about Trump’s victory.
Keep an eye on this page as we’ll be updating it with more reactions through the day.
Radio presenter, DJ and all-round UK music icon, Annie Mac, has just dropped a brand-new, 30-minute mini-documentary that follows her on tour throughout the summer.
Featuring behind the scenes footage from some of the globe's biggest festivals and music events, the doco also sports interviews with massive dance acts including Calvin Harris, MK, Disclosure and Diplo.
There's also words from The Black Madonna and Heidi backstage at Space, Ibiza, plus epic shots of Annie DJing and on the road.
Pop/house duo Disclosure played an impromptu DJ set from their kitchen late last week, and streamed the whole thing via social media.
Highlights included a bevy of funky house tracks, which the duo dispatched on vinyl — but the biggest reaction came when they dropped their unreleased remix of James Blake's ‘Modern Soul’ at the two-hour mark.
‘Where’s Wally?’ illustrator Adam Carnegie has made a new illustration, replacing the elusive beanie wearing character with a number of music stars, including Daft Punk, Major Lazer, Disclosure, The Gorillaz, Prince, Amy Winehouse and many more.
The illustration features a fantasy festival called ZION, which appears to pull from a number of iconic locations including Glastonbury, Tomorrowland, Lollapalooza, Melt! and Outlook.