Disclosure return to the Boiler Room with another fresh isolation mix
Boiler Room has been on a roll as of late, bringing constant streaming content from heavy-hitters like Four Tet, Dixon, and Disclosure, who returned this week for a third dance-provoking isolation mix.
The 90-minute set is streamed from Guy’s stateside residence, and as the opening sample the stream suggests, puts the esteemed crate-digger’s preference of “rockin’ over obscure beats” on full display. Guy’s brother Howard, the other mastermind behind Disclosure, is still in the UK, but duo’s deep grooves remain in full effect. Guy weaves effortlessly between funky under-appreciated cuts and smooth modern productions, stirring up mix that’s as bound to time as it is location (not at all).
Boiler Room has also teamed up with The Global FoodBanking Network, where they’re asking listeners to consider donating a piece of what they’d spend on a night out towards providing crucial meals to those struggling with poverty in addition to the global pandemic. The initiative has already raised more than $20,000, but is still accepting donations today.
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