Armed with some of the UK's finest vocalists, the Lawrence brothers' debut is a delectable dance record that craftily draws inspiration from '90s house and garage and rechannels them through a radio-ready pop format
In the cut-throat climate of the dance music-related genre, newcomers don't have a great chance to break through with their debut albums. On one hand, we have European DJs/producers who have been monopolising much of the music charts over the past couple of years (David Guetta, Avicii, Swedish House Mafia, to mention a few); then there are veterans such as Armin van Buuren, Diplo and Daft Punk. However, in the case of Guy and Howard Lawrence, aged 22 and 19 respectively, the British brother duo who go by the name of Disclosure, the breakthrough seems to have come relatively easy and quickly.
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