Dance music is seemingly everywhere these days, and Disclosure has played an important role in the genre’s rise to ubiquity. English siblings Guy and…Read More
Brothers Ben and Daniel Parmar started PMR in January 2011 when Ben, a respected A&R, left his job at Polydor. “Things had become really stale – big labels had completely lost their identities,” he says. “I wanted to start a music company that had a real culture.”
Already managing house producer Julio Bashmore, Ben looked to the UK underground to find new signings. He quickly beefed up his roster with Rinse FM DJs L-Vis 1990 and T Williams, as well as a then-unknown dubstep vocalist called Jessie Ware, and sibling production duo Guy and Howard Lawrence, aged just 19 and 16 at the time. All kicked off their careers by releasing 12″s that felt like an unstable link in dance’s standardised progression, and Ben seized upon that originality.
UK soul chanteuse JESSIE WARE releases the video for “Say You Love Me” today. The video was directed by Tell No One, an experimental film duo that blends art and technique. Tell No One are London-based filmmakers Luke White and Remi Weekes. Their work has been screened at New York’s:Read More
Disclosure’s new video for “F For You” is a change up from the narratives of their past clips, but is no less impressive as the Lawrence brothers star in it themselves, showing off their new live show and some wavy visuals to go alongRead More