Disclosure at Echostage - 5.23.19

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Thursday, February 7, 2019, 12:00pm. (Updated: 3/12/19 at 1:53pm) Add comments
Club Glow Presents

Disclosure

US Tour – Memorial Day Weekend – May 2019

Support From: Jay Daniel

Thursday, May 23rd, 2019

 2135 Queens Chapel Road NE • Washington, DC

Doors: 9 PM | No dress code | Ages 18+
Bottle Service: tables@echostage.com | 202.503.2331

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DISCLOSURE:

Disclosure are an English electronic music duo, consisting of brothers Guy (born 25 May 1991) and Howard (born 11 May 1994) Lawrence. The siblings grew up in Reigate, Surrey and currently live in London. Their debut and sophomore no.1 albums ‘Settle’ & ‘Caracal’ were both released through PMR records. The duo are currently touring all over the world.

Having already announced a select number of festival appearances around the globe, Disclosure are set to embark on a special run of shows throughout North America with appearances including Red Rocks in Colorado and Movement Festival in Detroit among others. The Lawrence brothers have been hard at work on the full-length follow up to their second album, Caracal, released back in 2015. The pair have since released a select number of EP and singles and more recently turned in production duties for pop-powerhouse, Khalid and his single, “Talk.”

JAY DANIEL:

Jay Daniel has become one of the leading artists in the latest generation of Detroit electronic music-makers.  In the five years he has been on the scene, he released the Scorpio Rising EP on Theo Parrish’ Sound Signature Records, Karmatic Equations on Kyle Hall’s Wild Oats Music, and featured on Funkineven’s Abyss, all in 2014; all while gig-hopping from New York to London, Japan to Australia, and all points in between.

In 2015, Jay took it to the next level with the creation of his own record label, Watusi High, releasing his first EP, School Dance. 2016 sees him releasing his debut full length “Broken Knowz” via Technicolour, the Ninja Tune sublabel geared more specifically towards leftfield house and techno.

The nine-track LP “signals a departure from Jay’s previous output,” says the label. “Disillusioned with the constraints of drum programming, he retreated to his mother’s basement, picked up his drumsticks and started recording into a multitrack mixer for the first time.”

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