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12 September 2013, 14:56
Not content with storming the charts this year with singles like 'White Noise', Disclosure have also unleashed some amazing remixes - here's a round-up of our favourites.
In the space of 12 months, Guy and Howard Lawrence have gone from being an underground house duo to hotly tipped garage revivalists to chart stars thanks to their debut album 'Settle'.
But Disclosure aren't just about massive anthems of their own, over the past 24 months they've also been responsible for some of the club world's hottest remixes. So join us as we round-up some of their must listen remixes.
Undoubtedly Disclosure's biggest remix to date, the duo's take of Jessie Ware's 'Running' is a bouncy club anthem that scream: "Get me to the dancefloor!"
Disclosure breath fresh life into one of the UK garage's pioneers biggest songs 'Please Don't Turn Me On' with this bold remix, which still maintains vocalist Lifford's original hook.
One of Sande's hottest collaborations with producer Naughty Boy, who also features on the track, gets a 90s house vibe courtesy of Guy and Howard Lawrence.
There's no music genre Disclosure aren't happy re-imagining as they get their hands around one of the lead tracks from Everything Everything's debut album 'Man Alive'.
'Manic' is the word to use when listening to Disclosure's take on the Azari & III song. A must listen.
A frequent feature in various Boiler Room sets, Disclosure's remix of 'Call On Me' by Janet Jackson featuring Nelly is probably their most coveted as it has still yet to be released.