Watch Disclosure, Sam Smith play “Latch” on Jimmy Kimmel

http://youtu.be/kMSxN-P2irs The Lawrence brothers of Disclosure have attached their star to the right rocketship with the booming career of Sam Smith. Despite taking over a year to hit the ears of the American masses, "Latch" is burning up radiowaves and iTunes charts with the saavy production from Disclosure and the silky crooning of Sam Smith.

Sam Smith opens up about the guy who didn’t love him back

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=182TRJq9Zt8&feature=youtu.be By Stephanie March British singer-songwriter Sam Smith told Fader magazine that his new single “Leave Your Lover” is about "a guy that I fell in love with last year, and he didn’t love me back.” Smith, who became famous for his part in Disclosure’s 2012 single “Latch” and Naughty Boy’s 2013 hit “La La La,” assures fans that the music on his new album will reach a broad audience and is meant “to be about anything and everybody – whether it’s a guy, a female or a goat.” The song is from his forthcoming album "Lonely Hour." The new video is a beautiful tale of heartache and the pangs that run through us all when we beg for someone we know we just can’t have.

Coachella 2014 day three photos: Arcade Fire, Beck, Neutral Milk Hotel, Lana Del Rey and more

Blondie's Debbie Harry and Preservation Jazz Hall Band joined Arcade Fire during its headlining set on day three of Coachella 2014 on Sunday. During the set Win Butler had some critical comments about the festival, calling out Coachella's "fake VIP room bullshit" and giving a shout-out to "all the bands still playing actual instruments." Throughout the day, Slash made a surprise appearance at Motorhead's set, Mary J.

Watch: Disclosure, “Voices” video

[caption id="attachment_83307" align="aligncenter" width="610"] A scene from Disclosure's "Voices" video.[/caption] Disclosure has shared the video for "Voices," from the band's breakout debut album "Settle." Featuring Sasha Keable, the video shows some visually stunning tribal-influenced dancing.

Disclosure at the Boulder Theater, 10-22-13 (photos, review)

Disclosure, AKA Howard and Guy Lawrence, put a unique spin on the DJ set in Boulder on Tuesday night: they performed most of it live. Throughout their nearly two-hour set at the Boulder Theater, the Lawrence brothers plunked on synthesizers, banged electronic drum sets and even sung a little to fully realize the house and electronic songs from their critically acclaimed debut album, "Settle." Read more »