Hot off the Presses: Disclosure, Settle

If you haven’t been keeping up, Summer 2013 is the season of dynamic duos.

Not only did Mount Kimbie already release a fantastic effort in Cold Spring Fault Less Youth, Daft Punk released Random Access Memories, and Boards of Canada have the very much-anticipated Tomorrow’s Harvest just around the corner, but today brings with it the release of indie-dance darlings Disclosure‘s Settle.

The hyper young brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence (both ’90s kids) have built a sound based on a squeaky clean aesthetic, four-on-the-floor beats, and translucent arrangements. Commercial success was brought about by a select group of singles including “Latch (ft. Sam Smith)” and “White Noise (ft. AlunaGeorge),” both of which contain perfection in gridlocked swing and well-baited hooks.

Already sporting remixes by the like of Toro y Moi and Hudson Mohawke, Settle is a much buzzed-about release that’s seen public approval at various festival and concert series in Europe and the States. Though it’s a hot ticket, we’re guessing there are still copies of the vinyl to grab over at your local record store.

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