A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Disclosure’s Live Setup

Disclosure performs at Apple Music Festival 2015 in London. (Apple)
There has been a lot of debate about pre-recorded DJ sets over the last couple years. UK duo Disclosure has never been the target of accusations, though — and rightfully so.
Since their debut, the group has employed an elaborate setup for their live performances, which includes keyboards, drums, effects pads, and a bass guitar. We don’t know the exact number, but it’s safe to say they use at least two dozen instruments and devices.
As part of their Studio Science series, Red Bull Music Academy met up with Disclosure while on tour to find out which equipment they use and how they use it. Watch the video below.

Related: A-Trak Remixes Disclosure’s ‘Magnets’ Feat. Lorde

A-Trak Remixes Disclosure’s ‘Magnets’ Feat. Lorde

After uploading it to YouTube last week, A-Trak has unleashed his uptempo remix of Disclosure and Lorde’s infectious single, “Magnets.” The original track is gaining momentum and currently number nine on Billboard’s Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart.
Stream A-Trak’s 125 BPM remix above and download it on DJcity.
Related: Watch A-Trak’s 60-Minute Set for Mixmag Asia

Watch Disclosure’s ‘Magnets’ Video Feat. Lorde

Disclosure has returned with a music video for their single “Magnets” featuring Lorde. The Grammy-winning singer portrays a sultry protagonist who gets involved in a dangerous affair and ends up carrying out a vicious revenge.
“Magnets” is the third single off Disclosure’s new album Caracal, and according to member Guy Lawrence, the shortest song they’ve ever made as a group.
Check out the video above and download “Magnets” on DJcity.
Related: Disclosure and Sam Smith Cover Drake’s ‘Hotline Bling’ on BBC Radio 1

Disclosure and Sam Smith Cover Drake’s ‘Hotline Bling’ on BBC Radio 1

Disclosure and Sam Smith recently covered Drake’s “Hotline Bling” in BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge. The rendition was quite a bit different from the original but just as dope. Watch above and grab Drizzy’s version and Disclosure and Sam Smith’s single “Omen” on DJcity.
Drake’s “Hotline Bling” was the 24th most downloaded track on DJcity in August. It samples Timmy Thomas’ 1972 soul classic, “Why Can’t We Live Together.”
Related: Watch Disclosure Go Back-To-Back With DJ Target

Disclosure & Sam Smith Reunite for New Track, ‘Omen’

Disclosure performing at The LIGHT Vegas. (Oh Dag Yo)
Disclosure and Sam Smith’s previous collaboration, “Latch,” was responsible for propelling both artists across the Atlantic into the US mainstream. Now, the UK electronic duo and Grammy-winning singer return with a follow-up titled “Omen.” The track, which is the third single off their upcoming Caracal album, was officially released today along with a music video. The visuals are the second in a four-part series.
Watch the video for “Omen” below and download the track and an intro edit on DJcity.

Related: Watch Disclosure Go Back-To-Back With DJ Target

Watch Disclosure Go Back-To-Back With DJ Target

Here’s a great mix to enjoy this weekend: a back-to-back set with Disclosure and BBC Radio 1Xtra resident, DJ Target. The three DJs served up a delicious batch of soulful house on Friday night, which included new and exclusive tracks.

Harvey Sutherland – Bermuda
Jamie Anderson vs Eats Everything – Can You Jump
Gregory Porter – Liquid Spirit – Claptone Remix
Calvin Harris & Disciples – How Deep Is Your Love
Chris Lake & Chris Lorenzo – Piano Hand
Steve Lawler – House Record
LO’99 – All Night
Marc Talein – Leave Me – Sam Supplier Remix
Eats Everything vs Tiga & Audion – Dancing (Again!)
Little By Little – Kick It Up
Hot Since 82 – Play The Room
Soul Fusion – Bass Tones
Mele – Ambience
Disclosure ft. Gregory Porter – Holding On
Ossie – Cape Town Is Calling
Disclosure ft. Brendan Reilly – Moving Mountains

Related: Disclosure Performs New Single ‘Holding On’ Live for the First Time