Disclosure drop a must hear 2 hour BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix filled with House, Garage, Hip-Hop

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The Disclosure duo made up of brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence have become one of the most buzzed electronic acts in the world in the past year and have just dropped off the artist defining 2 hour long BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix. These young producers known for their house sound are actually influenced heavily by American hip-hop producer J. Dilla and have started their essential mix with a 15 minute tribute to him and the Detroit hip-hop scene. The group then moves into what they are known from house music, techno and garage and the unexpected american hip-hop. The mix features brand new music from Breach, Friend Within, New York Transit Authority and Dusky. It’s an amazing 2 hour journey to followup their #1 charting album Settle. Listen to the entire thing below and look at track-list. Enjoy!

Disclosure – BBC Radio 1 Essential | Direct Download

Full Disclosure – BBC Radio 1 Essential Track-List after the Jump

Disclosure – BBC Radio 1 Essential Tracklist

Onra – Intro [All City Dublin]
Slum Village – Players [Good Vibe Recordings]
Gang Starr – Put Up Or Shut Up [Virgin]
Jaylib – React (feat. Quasimoto) [Stones Throw]
Q-Tip – Let’s Ride [Arista]
Vic Mensa – Orange Soda
Moodymann – U Ranaway
Linkwood – Secret Value [Shevchenko]
Mike Huckaby – Melodies From The Jazz Republic / I Get Deeper (Acapella) [Still Music]
[unknown] – J.A.W.S.
Trankilou – Bill Collector [BPM Records]
T. Williams – Three Letters [PMR]
Bassjackers & Apster – Klambu [Sneakerz MUZIK]
Dusky – Sunsets & Dolphins
Midland – Archive [Graded]
Mark Henning – Trojan [Cityfox]
Ten Walls – Gotham [Innervisions]
Disclosure – When A Fire Starts To Burn [PMR]
Rachel Row – Follow The Step (Breach Hood Remix) [Defected]
New York Transit Authority – 95′
Soul Purpose – Sublim3 [Lo:Rise]
Friend Within – The Scene [Method Records]
Paul Woolford – Untitled
Hannah Wants – Teardrop On The Fire
GoldFfinch – Once You Wrap
Adonis & Charles B – Lack Of Love [Desire]
Native Soul – A New Day (Spencer Parker’s A Gun For Hire Remix) (feat. Trey Washington) [Defected]
Eddie Niguel – Absolute [Midnight Shift]
Omar – Feeling You (Henrik Schwarz Remix) [Peppermint Jam]
Hauswerks – Puppet Factory [Moda Black]
Disclosure – Latch (Maddslinky Remix) (feat. Sam Smith)



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