What happens when you assemble 40 musicians in hopes of writing the greatest song ever? Apparently the answer is sketch comedy.
“Once I started writing with these artists and producers, we just clicked,” Mary J. Blige told Radio.com of her new album, which drops today.
It’s all the more reason to be counting down the days until The London Sessions drops on Dec. 2.
But, she still really likes their music.
Blige and Disclosure have reunited for the first single on her upcoming new album, ‘The London Sessions,’ which is due for release on Dec. 2.
Porter Robinson, Flume and Atmosphere will also perform at the fourth edition of this year-ending event in South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
The Brit crew of Disclosure with Sam Smith on vocals “latches” on to ScHoolboy Q for a fresh take on the track.
Mary J. Blige to Collaborate with Sam Smith, Disclosure & Emeli Sande on New Album ‘London Sessions’
Smith co-wrote the album’s lead single, “Therapy,” with Blige and Eg White.
It was two days of wild and wooly EDM fun thick with trap, hip-hop and the cutting-edge sound of emerging producers on the verge of breaking out. But why isn’t anyone wearing pants?
BBC’s 1Xtra gave Ed Sheeran a pretty lofty distinction over the weekend when the singer-songwriter topped its recent power list.
They say a picture’s worth a thousand words, but a recent photo of Madonna hanging out with Disclosure backstage at Governors Ball in New York City doesn’t say any of the words you might have originally hoped.
Here’s to Jenny Lewis’ rainbow/beige pant-suit, Neko Case’s skeleton pants, the Kills’ leopard-print backdrop, Ezra Koenig’s camo shorts, and Janelle always giving us shivers when she sings ‘Given ‘Em What They Love.’
Disclosure’s remix stays relatively true to the original arrangement, adding a tasteful 4X4 house beat and signature synth bass lines for maximum body-moving impact.
The clip is true to the song’s title, featuring the inner workings of a factory-like machine set to the track’s house music beat.
The breakout out British duo open up on collaborations, DJ gigs and the first records they ever purchased in this illuminating video interview.
While EDM continues to get bigger, bolder and in many cases campier, Disclosure leads a new wave of artists looking to the roots of dance music to power their forward-thinking productions.