Disclosure

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If you’re into drugs—be they psychadelic, stimulant or empathogenic—and you’re into Daft Punk, then you’re probably into Disclosure. The London-based future garage duo is immensely popular among people who are, well, really into drugs and dancing—and probably would have listened to Daft Punk if they—the music fans, not the band—were 10 years older. And just so eveyryone’s clear: Future garage is a genre of electronic dance-ish music that, since it’s, you know, futuristic has an alternative name on the Internet, chill step. (It was dubbed such at the 2009 Future Garage Forum, which also exists.) 

It wasn’t until a year after that esteemed forum that Disclosure would come into being, releasing eight singles over three years. And, in that time, it made its name the way we do in the Internet age: Through Soundcloud plays, of which they’ve attained hundreds of thousands. This spring, Disclosure dropped its debut album, Settle, which has already hit number one in the U.K. and No. 2 on the U.S. electronic charts.

Now, Disclosure’s lyrics-over-computerized beats and laser sounds are hitting the road, and the team is set to make a lot of money doing it: They’ll be in Philly this week, and the show is sold out. See your local scalper/Craigslist classified. / Randy LoBasso

8:30pm. Sold out. With T. Williams. Union Transfer, 1026 Spring Garden St. utphilly.com

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WHEN
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Recurring: ONCE

TIME & PRICE
8:30pm Price: Unknown

WHERE
Union Transfer , 1026 Spring Garden St., Philadelphia, PA
One time only on 10/29/2013. .

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