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One year after their third album, Energy, released in 2020 and packed with guest appearances (Common, Kelis or Fatoumata Diawara), the Disclosure brothers are back under the banner of DJ-Kicks, a cult electronic music compilation series. An album like DJ-Kicks is usually an opportunity for artists to describe their musical vision in a more nuanced way, without feeling the need to showboat. But for Howard and Guy Lawrence, their vision is a club. And so, after an introductory ambient track (Pépe - Recollection), we go straight to the dance floor with a superb disco house track by Harry Wolfman, LOTF, with that bass that sounds like it's humming through velvet and that keyboard that will immediately put house fans at ease. "Most of the mix is presenting what you can do with house" Guy explains in the accompanying notes. “And that's basically our career: trying to move house forward, whether it's with songwriting or using different genres or different languages. The mix should represent where we’re at now, and where we’re at now is clubby."

Disclosure offers a dozen tracks around 120 BPM, including Don't Say a Word by &on&on, a very smooth and cerebral track with spoken vocals, or Harmony in the Distance by M-High, a much more direct track, which makes the link between US house and UK garage, a connection which the siblings have been playing with for ten years now. Disclosure also pays tribute to the DJ-Kicks tradition by delivering two exclusive tracks, Deep Sea and its percussions and Observer Effect, with a curious synth intro with a dubstep feel that then changes tack and becomes no-frills house. Also note Fire from London afro-futurist collective Onipa, probably the best track on this compilation. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz

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1
Recollection
Pepe
00:04:03

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Pepe, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist

2021 !K7 Music 2019 Church

2
LOTF
Harry Wolfman
00:05:48

Harry Wolfman, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist - Minds On Fire, MusicPublisher

2021 !K7 Music 2021 !K7 Music

3
Conflict with Clayton
Cleanfield
00:06:43

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Cleanfield, MainArtist - Jelle Schoneveld, Composer, Lyricist, Producer

2021 !K7 Music 2019 Outplay Records

4
Deep Sea (DJ-Kicks)
Disclosure
00:04:25

Disclosure, Producer, MainArtist - Guy Lawrence, Composer, Lyricist - UMPG, MusicPublisher

2021 !K7 Music 2021 !K7 Music

5
Wanna Make Love
Simon Hinter
00:05:28

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Simon Hinter, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist

2021 !K7 Music 2020 Quintessentials

6
Don’t Say a Word
&on&on
00:07:11

&on&on, MainArtist - Noel Gleyo, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Simplexia Records, MusicPublisher - Rory Sweeney, Composer, Lyricist, Producer

2021 !K7 Music 2021 Simplexia Records

7
Harmony in the Distance
M-High
00:08:01

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - M-High, MainArtist - Marijn Schiedon, Composer, Lyricist, Producer

2021 !K7 Music 2021 PIV Records

8
Mezmerized
Slum Science
00:08:28

Danny White, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Eddie Leader, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Slum Science, MainArtist - Dan Ruck, Composer, Lyricist, Producer

2021 !K7 Music 2005 Hudd Traxx

9
Observer Effect (DJ-Kicks)
Disclosure
00:05:48

Disclosure, Producer, MainArtist - Guy Lawrence, Composer, Lyricist - UMPG, MusicPublisher

2021 !K7 Music 2021 !K7 Music

10
bRave
East End Dubs
00:06:34

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - East End Dubs, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist

2021 !K7 Music 2019 Fuse London

11
Fire (Edit)
Onipa
00:05:55

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Onipa, MainArtist - Kweku Bentum Sackey, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Thomas Louis Excell, Composer, Lyricist, Producer

2021 !K7 Music 2020 Strut Records - a division of K7 Music GmbH

12
Recognise
Arfa x Joe
00:05:26

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Arfa x Joe, MainArtist - Joseph Keane, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Arthur Franks, Composer, Lyricist, Producer

2021 !K7 Music 2021 !K7 Music

13
Disclosure: DJ-Kicks
Disclosure
00:58:38

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Disclosure, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist

2021 !K7 Music 2021 K7 Music GmbH

Album Description

One year after their third album, Energy, released in 2020 and packed with guest appearances (Common, Kelis or Fatoumata Diawara), the Disclosure brothers are back under the banner of DJ-Kicks, a cult electronic music compilation series. An album like DJ-Kicks is usually an opportunity for artists to describe their musical vision in a more nuanced way, without feeling the need to showboat. But for Howard and Guy Lawrence, their vision is a club. And so, after an introductory ambient track (Pépe - Recollection), we go straight to the dance floor with a superb disco house track by Harry Wolfman, LOTF, with that bass that sounds like it's humming through velvet and that keyboard that will immediately put house fans at ease. "Most of the mix is presenting what you can do with house" Guy explains in the accompanying notes. “And that's basically our career: trying to move house forward, whether it's with songwriting or using different genres or different languages. The mix should represent where we’re at now, and where we’re at now is clubby."

Disclosure offers a dozen tracks around 120 BPM, including Don't Say a Word by &on&on, a very smooth and cerebral track with spoken vocals, or Harmony in the Distance by M-High, a much more direct track, which makes the link between US house and UK garage, a connection which the siblings have been playing with for ten years now. Disclosure also pays tribute to the DJ-Kicks tradition by delivering two exclusive tracks, Deep Sea and its percussions and Observer Effect, with a curious synth intro with a dubstep feel that then changes tack and becomes no-frills house. Also note Fire from London afro-futurist collective Onipa, probably the best track on this compilation. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz

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