Disclosure season is starting to really heat up, and that is happening on all fronts. While we still haven't got word of an album or official singles, the UK duo recently gave the world "Bang That," a dance-floor anthem that will set any venue off.
They have also teamed up with Rudimental for Wild Life festival in Brighton, and started their own record label called Method White. The first song was released over three months ago by rising Swedish producer Jonas Rathsman, and now round two is here with a garage and house master.
MJ Cole steps up to the plate big time on "Bouldaz," layering an acid influenced and raw ass house track that is layered with deep bass from start to finish. It's got some nice synth work too, but the real focus is garage heavy drum patterns the deepest bass we've heard in a minute.
Unexpected break sections really add to this one, throwing us off before diving into a club-rattling drop. We are dying to hear this one live in the near future, and can't wait to see what Disclosure has up their sleeve wit this label. Stream the track below.