In October, DJ Mag asked Skrillex, the top rated dubstep innovator, who he thought was the breakthrough producer of 2012. As the OWSLA label boss, he could have easily name dropped one of his many innovative signees. But instead, Skrillex chose a young duo from Surrey, Britain who have consistantly proven their ability to redefine the sounds of R&B and UK garage: a duo by the name of Disclosure.
Brothers by blood, Guy and Howard Lawrence, or Disclosure, have found their niche in a sensual style which imbues impassioned vocals into a beat-driven backbone defined by house, garage and synth-pop rhythms. Applying their signature spin to the UK R&B hit “Don't Turn Me On,” the Disclosure boys transformed Artful Dodger's smooth jazz inspired track into a tech house groove driven by future garage bass and deep house sensibility