Sunday Morning Medicine Vol 164, featuring Disclosure, Lane 8, Bonobo, + more

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Sunday Morning Medicine is a feature from Dancing Astronaut dedicated to the mellower side of electronic music. We bring you our favorite therapeutic selections—old and new—in attempts to alleviate the agonizing effects of a long weekend of partying.


If Disclosure can successfully introduce a house beat to the lyrics of “Fools Rush In,” you can thwart the end-of-weekend demons. “Where Angels Fear To Tread,” off the duo’s forthcoming project, offers a litany of lush strings, jazz acapella vocal samples, and a highly medicinal bass line.

Head to British songstress Litany’s ’80s-inspired “Bedroom” for a full-bodied breath of electronic-pop therapy. Her wistful vocals float over softly jubilant production infused with an island effect, complements of the track’s wavering marimba synth.

Lane 8‘s latest and first of 2019, “Visions” is just as it sounds. “Visions” is benevolently scheduled under DA’s “highly potent hallucinogens,” with its deliberate, rousing beat and a fluttering, euphoria-procuring synth line, like fractals dancing in the night.

Like so many of Bonobo‘s creations, “Second Sun” exudes a subtle, twinkling majesty. Its melancholy-hopeful instrumentals set the tone for the week ahead.

Louis Futon‘s most recent offering leading up to his new album, “Supposed To Be” caps this week’s Sunday Morning Medicine on a soothing note. DUCKWRTH and BAEGOD’s feel-good rhymes remind listeners of better weather and easy living.

Disclosure keep the releases rolling with fourth consecutive track, ‘Funky Sensation’

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Day by day, the iconic and recently-dormant house duo, Disclosure, have been unraveling their multifarious web of new tracks, including “Moonlight,” “Where Angels Fear To Tread,” and “Love Can Be So Hard,” all consecutively one after another, after over a year of near radio silence from the Lawrence brothers. Each song thus far has been tinged with a unique dance-centric aroma: 80’s pop, jazz, a cappella, and groovy, disco-inspired excellence.

Their latest offering, fashioned from a remix of a remix, “Funky Sensation,” converges Disclosure’s self-professed love for disco with a modern house arrangement. In a tweet, the brothers explain,

“We took ‘s version of this classic song by Gwen McCrae and flipped it again. Hope this one gets you moving.”

Gwen McCrae’s lush vocals—soaring above the celestial precipice of the track’s swirling grooves and funky piano chords—call back residual disco accents matched with the pair’s freshly renewed house sensibilities. While the pair have yet to formally confirm a new project, we’d be surprised not to have another single tomorrow to cap off a full week of new material. And if we get a full week of new Disclosure music just once a year, perhaps we should consider ourselves lucky.

Disclosure Drops Newest Track ‘Where Angels Fear To Tread’

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Dropping back-to-back new tunes in a span of two days, Disclosure graces fans with their newest ‘Where Angels Fear To Tread.’ A mere 24 hours after dropping ‘Moonlight,’ Disclosure trades in the dance-ready beats for a more sultry, laid back fare. Disclosure – ‘Where Angels Fear To Tread’ ‘Where Angels Fear To Tread’ sees the

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