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Soulful Electronic First Full-Length from Disclosure: New Video "When A Fire Starts To Burn"

Posted by on May 31, 2013


R & B vocals, icy club beats and romantic lyrics mark the style of U.K. duo Disclosure. Their first full length Settle is just out.

The single “When A Fire Starts to Burn” comes with a brand new video. The song is soulful, inspiring.


South London teenage brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence take beats from garage and dubstep and blend them with flavors from hip-hop, soul and jazz.

They started recording their joint compositions in 2010. Their biggest dancefloor anthem up to now was the sultry “Latch” featuring Sam Smith.


For more on Disclosure visit their official site. You can stream the new record Settle for free at The Guardian.


Tune in to DJ Michele Myers Friday nights at 9pm on KEXP 90.3FM Seattle, Music historian and producer, Michele’s made over 200 radio stories for KEXP Documentaries. She’s also written scripts, lesson plans and features forThe SmithsonianExperience Music Projectthe University of Washington and NPR.

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