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A year on from their relatively underwhelming Caracal album, Disclosure have dropped a new three-track EP for stream and purchase.

The Moog For Love EP that kicks back to the band’s roots with the dancefloor workout ‘Boss’, weaves in a sanctioned Al Green sample for ‘Feel Like I Do’ on a laidback sunny cut and an Eats Everything collaboration that takes us back inside the club with festival set kick drums and an uplifting sample

Stream Moog For Love EP on Spotify or Youtube below.

Posted on June 15th, 2016

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Disclosure with guest Vince Staples have just been announced for a Royal Hospital Kilmainham on June 28th this year.

Tickets are on sale Friday at 9am from Ticketmaster at a high enough price – €49.65 + fees. A “spectacular outdoor show” is promised so you would imagine this gig will feature live vocalists and a decent setup.

Over 18s only.

Posted on February 15th, 2016

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It’s hard to muster anything more than a ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ for Disclosure’s new album Caracal. Like, it’s grand, unimaginative and lacking in dynamics, a bit too polished to love, the songs never quite jumping out quite as much as their thrilling debut.

The Lawrences have been having better luck on the remix front, via Gus Pirelli, Julio Bashmore, themselves, A-Trak and now Jon Hopkins who has turned their Lorde collaboration into an unrelated tower of sonic magnitude. This could be one of those “I had an existing track, I stuck a sample in” to justify the remix fee but it’s still a lot better than 90% of Caracal.

Posted on November 24th, 2015

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My favourite songs of the past month. Get the majority of them as a continuous playlists below on Spotify and Soundcloud.

The songs

  1. Tame Impala – Let It Happen’ (Soulwax remix)
  2. Empress Of – How Do You Do It? – pictured
  3. Pleasure Beach – ‘Go’
  4. Soft Lit – I Can’t Help It
  5. Kodiak Blue – ‘Zapusk’
  6. Girl Band – ‘Pears For Lunch’
  7. Chvrches – ‘Clearest Blue’
  8. Kelela – ‘Rewind’
  9. Talos – ‘In Time’
  10. Maud In Cahoots – ‘Cure For The Crazy’
  11. Martyn – Falling For You
  12. Saint Sister – ‘Madrid’
  13. Pure Bathing Culture – ‘Palest Pearl’
  14. Anderson – ‘Things We Have In Common’
  15. Owiny Sigoma Band – ‘I Made You /You Made Me’
  16. Wounded Healer – ‘Panic About Love’
  17. Floating Points – ‘Silhouettes (I,II & III)
  18. Julia Holter – Sea Calls Me Home
  19. New Portals – ‘Groove Boy’
  20. Wet – ‘Weak’
  21. Disclosure feat. The Weeknd – ‘Nocturnal’
  22. Darkstar – ‘Stoke The Fire’
  23. Wyvern Lingo – ‘Subside’
  24. Rejjie Snow – Blkkst Skin feat. Rae Morris (Prod. Kaytranada)
  25. Med, Blu & Madlib feat. MF Doom – ‘Knock Knock’
  26. Roots Manuva – ‘Don’t Breathe Out’
  27. The Academic – ‘Northern Boy’
  28. Neon Indian – ‘Slumlord’
  29. EMBRZ – ‘Lights’ ft. pennybirdrabbit
  30. ZHU & AlunaGeorge –  ‘Automatic’

Listen on Spotify

Posted on October 1st, 2015

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The new Disclosure tune ‘Holding On’ is grand in the way that it’s nothing new or exciting but does the job.

Now, here’s something exciting though.

A disco remix by Gus Pirelli that’s going to get a 7″ vinyl release (come to me) too.

https://soundcloud.com/gus-pirelli/disclosure-holding-on-ft-gregory-porter-gus-pirelli-vip-7-disco-mix

Posted on June 5th, 2015

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Following their redux version of ‘F For You’ from Disclosure’s debut album Settle, the Lawrence brothers teamed up once again on some tracks on her upcoming The London Sessions release, which will also feature Sam Smith, Naughty Boy and Emili snoorefest Sandé.

You have have already heard ‘Right Now’, their first collab for the album. ‘Follow’ is part two, a song that’s very much in the vein of ‘Grab You’ from Settle, except with added million selling soul diva.

Posted on November 20th, 2014

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Guinness Amplify is a new initiative which aims to support new and upcoming Irish bands and acts through a programme of pub gigs (with some large well-known artists), industry workshops, studio time and media coverage. Full details of all of it are here including the judges (they include me).

Today, Guinness added Bastille, Disclosure and Jess Glynne to the lineup of established bands who will join Kodaline, Ellie Goulding, Walking On Cars and Daithi on the 500 pub gigs taking place throughout September and October. The application for bands to get involved closes tomorrow at midnight (July 31st), so you can log on at http://www.guinnessamplify.com.

Guinness Amplify Live scheduleDate
Leinster11th September to 14th September, 2014
Ulster18th September to 21st September, 2014
Connacht25th September to 28th September, 2014
Munster2nd October to 5th October, 2014
Dublin9th October to 12th October, 2014

 

Bands for the gigs are chosen by the publican and must agree a fee for playing with the publican directly.

Posted on July 30th, 2014

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The Nialler9 TXFM show airs every Thursday night at 10pm for two hours. You can listen on 105.2FM, online, the TXFM app or if you missed it, on the listen back function on the site. Here’s last night’s show, which was all Longitude artists.

See also: Longitude Spotify playlist & 15 bands to see | Stage times.

Listen: Hour One

Listen: Hour Two

Hour One

  1. Disclosure  – ‘Latch feat Sam Smith’
  2. NONONO –  ‘Like the Wind’
  3. Broods – ‘Bridges’
  4. Tvvins –  ‘Two Worlds’
  5. San Fermin –  ‘Sonsick’
  6. Parquet Courts  – ‘Bodies Made Of’
  7. Eagulls – ‘Possessed’
  8. James Vincent McMorrow – ‘Post Tropical’
  9. First Aid Kit  – ‘My Silver Lining’
  10. Say Lou Lou  – ‘Everything We Touch’ (Yannis Remix)
  11. Bombay Bicycle Club – ‘Luna’
  12. #throwbackthursday: Massive Attack –  ‘Five Man Army’

 

Hour Two

  1. Chvrches – ‘The Mother We Share’ (Miaoux Miaoux remix)
  2. Banks  – ‘Drowning’
  3. Le Galaxie – ‘Humanise’
  4. Haim – ‘Don’t Save Me’ (Cyril Hahn Remix)
  5. John Talabot –  ‘Destiny’ feat. Pional
  6. Roosevelt – ‘Elliot’
  7. I Am The Cosmos –  ‘Monochrome’
  8. Krystal Klear  – ‘Squad’
  9. Bonobo – ‘Duals’
  10. Joey Bada$$  – ‘Hilary $Wank’
  11. The xx – ‘Night Time’ (Greg Wilson remix)

Posted on July 18th, 2014

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