Disclosure
Settle


5.0
classic

Review

by IFeeltheMusic USER (1 Reviews)
August 9th, 2014 | 28 replies


Release Date: 2013 | Tracklist

Review Summary: This is the sound of the year 2008 coming in 2013 and listened to iftm for the first time in August of 2014. Life goes on.

I tried to type this three times already, and I keep deleting what I have written. Maybe it’s fate telling me to stop writing until I write something profound. I really want to type something profound, because I want to be something. I want to be able to say I’ve accomplished something. There is reason we’re here, and I want to figure out why.

5:34 – Midway through the galaxy

Disclosure’s Settle is a new experience for me. I like it. I know I like it because I haven’t turned it off yet.

Stimulation. Sometimes when you do something repetitively it becomes cathartic. This music makes that happen. It makes me happy. This album is not your typical trash. It’s a special kind of trash. Humans make trash because we create. By creating we destroy. But when we destroy something, there is always a beautiful result alongside the darkness. In an apocalyptic setting, we are still comforted to know that even among all the hardship, the human race has survived. When we destroy the rainforest to fuel our electricity-powered homes, a lot of bad things happen. Wildlife disappears. People are slowly killed with chemicals. People go die in wars. But a lot of really good ***ing music is made at the same time.

Real music is that which makes you feel. Disclosure’s music fits that description by really killing it on their debut album. I wouldn’t settle for anything less. That was a pun, because this album is really ***ing good.

If I wasn’t supposed to HOLY *** I just realized he was saying “Grab her!”, like the title of the song.

Let’s discuss the music on this album. It’s so raw, and yet controlled. When I say raw, I’m not talking about the kind of raw you get on dead animals. I’m talking raw in that the brothers’ ***ing instincts have told them to create something pleasing. It literally could not be otherwise!

^ Says the fool. This is a music review, not a place to start a fight. Share a recipe, garden the ivy forest. There isn’t anything this music can’t make you feel. I feel I’m ten times the wiser from this album. I can’t remember the names of the people that made this British trip hop album. But they’re brothers, and their music speaks to me regardless of the names of the musicians. They are faceless, and yet timeless. They’ve created something for me to listen to, and I love it for the sole fact it was created. Creation breeds sympathy. Why is the word “breed” even in the English language? Anyone who says it is trying to create perfection. But perfection isn’t possible. But I’ll be damned if Disclosure doesn’t come close.

I’m on the track after Grab Her! now, and I’m not sure how I like it. Just kidding, I know how I like it. I like it a real ***ing lot. I love the female vocals on it, it’s really great. “We’re meant to be” says her to me.

It’s now time to comprise a rhyme
Set in meter, tone, and time
You can’t destroy what you didn’t make
Be quiet, youthful, sinner, wake!

Keep it underground girl. Man I love this album. I’m so glad I decided to check it out. This isn’t usually my thing. But I decided to try something new. I usually listen to indie folk like Mumford and Sons, they’re really good just like this album. I don’t know why, but this album just makes me really want to kiss a girl for the second time. The first time was in 9th grade, and it was an experience I’ll always forget. Because it never happened. Does that make me evil?


It’s time to get down with the track after that last one I listened to. I want to take you on a voyage with this song, so I’m composing it as one run on sentence after the introduction I want to just type whatever comes into my head while I’m listening to it so I’ll include any typos I make even though I wasn’t making any up to this paoint and google ormicrosoft office usually doesn’t like, to you let to the paste why didhi type that because I can’t think of naything else now I’m just looking at the ykeyboard cotrez the killer great the yoguret flyrer this is dedicated to everyone who never liked me in highs chool imatalking about you, peter smith you never liked me peter smith is an obvious change from the real name because I don’t want anyone to think I didn’t like pete he was a great guy but he wasn’t real I like to read in my spare time but I usually don’t have time because I have to work twenty hours a ***ing day because I want to spend time in the green grass or the wet beach sand that is running between my toes and the world is spinning I’mthirteen again I was thirteen 14 years ago because I was the first one in my family to have all my toes at the time of their birth this is not turning out like I planned at all I don’t even know how to describe this this album is taking me on a trip I cant stop it’s like a roller coaster of sound omg thi si the suspension of disbelief feel me the music is telling me I suspend your disbelief put faith in mu e you painkiller you devil you iron dog your rusted trail like that rusted nail song by the band that released two good albums clayman and reroute to remain by Hungarian wolves the best band name in the galaxy almega tell your second memory route and tell me what she says because I can’t recall it I can’t recall I want to tell you how I get to the moon, but I cant remember why I’m ty[ping at all. This ends the run on sentence even though the sentence isn’t completey over yer. I meant to say, “the song isn’t over yet”, but I got distracted. I feel like this album is full of distractions. I’m going to go back to correcting the typos I notice. Although the descent into amazing music is making it hard to care about making mistakes. Music is forever, and Disclosure wants us to know this.

Like the ramblings of a lunatic, Disclosure teaches us what it means to be human again. Humans make mistakes sometimes. But they always get up from the dirt and try again. I feel like I’m lost in time and space. This album has taken me into a world I never thought I could enter. I feel like I’m experiencing life for the first time. Or the second time. I need to add more jokes into this, but I’m running out of ideas! I still have a lot of album to get through I think

This is a continual work of art, and I will not have anyone say otherwise. This is something I’ve created today, something that can last forever, and I want people to see it. I want people to laugh at something I’ve done, or I want people to scorn me. I just want people to see me for who I am, a person who sometimes makes mistakes but wants what’s best for every single person on this planet. What’s best is always what you want, unless it’s hurting someone. Hurt no one, and you will find happiness. I’m pretty sure we can all get along. I love the world, sometimes I just don’t love myself. Disclosure gets that! They really want this music to make you think! I’ll fulfill your desires for you. That’s what they’re saying! Or wait, it might be something else. I can’t tell if that’s really what I’m hearing or not. I think it is. But I don’t know for sure. Am I in the middle of a daydream! Talk to me!

This was the weirdest night of my life, and I owe everything to Disclosure. this. Please let people experience this album like I have. I just defied the logic of my typing! Help me lose my mind baybye! Baybey! We will fall one day, but until then your jealousy will be watched over! Carefully! We won’t come through! I think that’s the lyrics to this part they’re making me feel young again. Remember when I said I felt thirteen again? I don’t know why I said that because I’m a different man today than I was at 13. I’ve grown up and changed. People change. It’s natural. Disclosure’s helping me lose my mind. And it feels good, even if it’s only for a while. Tomorrow will be the same as every other day of my life. Turning down opportunities to listen to music, while accepting invitations from people to do stuff. Come back to me!

I really have to pee, but I have to finish losing my mind to Disclosure first. I feel like this album will last forever. I feel like I will last forever. There’s nothing that can end the way I feel. I feel because I exist. And as long as I exist, no one can make me do anything. I’m the only one who has any control over anything.

This is the end of my review.

Highlights:
“When A Fire Starts to Burn”, “Second Chance”, “White Noise”


- I Feel the Music


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Comments:Add a Comment 
Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 9th 2014


32190 Comments


In hindsight I don't why I approved this

SeedsofNone
August 9th 2014


336 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

what is this supposed to be

PunchforPunch
August 9th 2014


6277 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

recommended by reviewer

Tim Mcgraw Live Like You Were Dying





what is this supposed to be [2]

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 9th 2014


32190 Comments


Where this should have gone: http://penzu.com/

SeedsofNone
August 9th 2014


336 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

tbh this is REAL HIGH QUALITY WRITING

PunchforPunch
August 9th 2014


6277 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

is this someone's alt or this guy is genuinely feeling hot and euphoric by deez lush deep beatz and soaring vocalz

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 9th 2014


32190 Comments


It's not their only account

SeedsofNone
August 9th 2014


336 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

why not both? an onslaught of lush beetz and killer vox brings on the euphoria hard

treeqt.
August 9th 2014


16864 Comments


or nah

SeedsofNone
August 9th 2014


336 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

or nah, alright

PunchforPunch
August 9th 2014


6277 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

dev stop with the riddles and just tell us who the hell is this guy!

PunchforPunch
August 9th 2014


6277 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

also treeqt confirmed for the most boring person on the planet

SeedsofNone
August 9th 2014


336 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

it's almost like it's a rare Dev alt....



























































who cares, what is this even supposed to be?

Phlegm
August 9th 2014


7177 Comments


i like it

treeqt.
August 9th 2014


16864 Comments


check the face

ShitsofRain
August 9th 2014


7614 Comments


"this album is trash"

ChoccyPhilly
August 9th 2014


11467 Comments


You & Me > White Noise

Digging: Alrakis - Alpha Eri

treeqt.
August 9th 2014


16864 Comments


listening to boiling 14 times in a row >>>>>>>>>>>> this album

ChoccyPhilly
August 9th 2014


11467 Comments


It's good, just very inconsistent and too many parts drag for its own good

ChoccyPhilly
August 9th 2014


11467 Comments


Best track on the album, mate. Not that that's actually saying much



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