Review and Photos by Danielle Boise
There is nothing better than walking into a venue filled to the brim, or even just a distant few, to bring appreciate to the craft and seduction of live music. To see fans rejoice and become lost in the sway of music is pure bliss. And there was no place better to be on Monday, October 5 than the Tabernacle in the heart of downtown Atlanta to see Disclosure bring the Tabby to its knees.
A deafening roar of excitement over took the Tabernacle, as fans awaited, in anticipation for the brothers, Guy and Howard Lawrence, who make up the highly addictive Disclosure, to finally take the stage. Guy exclaimed with delight, “You are fucking awesome” to the frenzied crowd, as they rattled the former house of God to its core, while keeping time to the beat to songs like “White Noise,” “F for You,” and “Superego,” along with other tracks off of Disclosure’s latest release, Caracal.
What was so fantastic about Disclosure is they really elevated dance music to a whole new level by bringing electronica, synth beats interlaced with tracked and live vocals, blended perfectly with both percussion and guitar inside their space-aged display. It was utterly transfixing to watch them perform live.
Disclosure’s Set List
“White Noise,” “F for You,” “Superego,” “Jaded,” “Magnets,” “You & Me,” “Echoes,” “Nocturnal,” “Willing & Able,” “Band That,” “When a Fire Starts to Burn,” “Hourglass,” “Holding On,” “Moving Mountains,” “Omen,” “Latch”