Disclosure - Voices | Track Review | By Volume

...was fond of your writing, it allowed me to see into you... The Hotelier - Discomfort Revisited



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Author: on June 10, 2013

Disclosure have recently been riling the opinions of internet EDM freaks — presumably the UK airwaves also- – as their Eliza Doolittle assisted (currently) Top 20 single “You & Me” poises the duo for some grand stages in 2013. And while Settle may not necessarily be the genre-shaking debut many have pegged it as, it is an exceptional homage to 90s U.K. two-step and trance, along with early US house music, and is easily one the year’s best records. “Voices”  is probably the record’s standout,  breezy and soulful and extremely reminiscent of Frankie Knuckle’s disco-tinged minimalism.  Coupled with Sasha Keable’s deceptively powerful vocals, the track is stellar.


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