Review: Disclosure, Rescue Rooms
WHEN a musician releases a track that makes it to number two in the singles chart it’s impressive. Even more so when it’s a DJ who is only 17.
Howard Lawrence and his 20-year-old brother Guy, aka Disclosure, have taken the electronic music scene by storm.
The duo found fame through their remix of Jessie Ware’s Running and have since released numerous tracks which have all received considerable radio airtime.
As the siblings took to the stage before an electric Rescue Rooms crowd, it became clear for all to see why they’ve attracted such hype in the embryonic stages of their careers.
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It’s difficult to pick out a specific highlight from the seamless set as they interspersed old material with tracks from the new album, although one of their newest releases, Latch ft. Sam Smith, sent the buoyant crowd into a frenzy.
They’d be forgiven for coming off as nervous and inexperienced after their sharp rise to fame, but they were far from this, instead cutting composed and mature figures behind the decks.
There had been a palpable buzz in the air in the build-up to this performance and there was a sense that we were witnessing something special.
What awaits Disclosure is unknown, but it’s safe to assume they’re going to be at the heart of electronic music for a long, long time.