Facing off tough competition in the form of Queen Of The Stone Age's sixth album …Like Clockwork, Disclosure's album, Settle, has reached the top spot in the UK Album Chart – 7000 copies ahead of Queen Of The Stone Age's efforts.
The young duo's recent chart success labels a change in modern day pop culture as dance music has well and truly infiltrated the main stream. As expected this has resulted in a predictable backlash from the so called 'underground', but support from electronic music pioneers and hugely respected artists such as Richie Hawtin and Carl Cox (with Ibiza bookings at Richie Hawtin's ENTER sake bar and Carl Cox's the Revolution at Space) pretty much squash the voices of the haters in our eyes.
A further new addition for Week 8 of Carl Cox The Revolution at Space Ibiza is another head from the UK bass explosion, Julio Bashmore. The Bristolian producer and DJ will join Disclosure, Carl Cox, Joris Delacroix and Just Be at Space, Ibiza on Tuesday 27th
August. Tickets are on sale now, including a special ticket and Pure Intec Two album download offer – for more info and to buy tickets follow the buy tickets button below.
Tomorrow at 9am (Friday 14th
June), tickets also go on sale for Disclosure's special Warehouse Project (Manchester) show, 22nd
November 2013, curated by the duo themselves and featuring their famed live performance. Tickets are expected to sell extremely quick for this show so we strongly advise getting yours as close to 9am on Friday 14th
June as possible!
Curated by Disclosure
The Warehouse Project, Manchester
Friday 22nd November
Article by Alex Ogilvie
Images courtesy of Fact Mag and Carl Cox at Space Ibiza