12 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

By the time they released 2014 debut, Sirens, Gorgon City had joined Disclosure, Duke Dumont, and Rudimental at the vanguard of a chart-scaling renaissance for UK dance music. Since then, though, the London duo’s DJ sets and radio shows have been reminders that their roots and hearts remain in the underground. Escape seamlessly consolidates the two worlds, weaving anthemic pop hooks into tracks that take ’90s house as a jump-off point to explore grime (“Hear That”) and dancehall (“One Last Song”) before closing with a delicate, heavy-lidded blend of bleeps and breakbeats (“Night Drive”). Their cast of vocalists is equally varied and adventurous, stretching from a founding father of grime, D Double E, to rising UK R&B star Kamille.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

By the time they released 2014 debut, Sirens, Gorgon City had joined Disclosure, Duke Dumont, and Rudimental at the vanguard of a chart-scaling renaissance for UK dance music. Since then, though, the London duo’s DJ sets and radio shows have been reminders that their roots and hearts remain in the underground. Escape seamlessly consolidates the two worlds, weaving anthemic pop hooks into tracks that take ’90s house as a jump-off point to explore grime (“Hear That”) and dancehall (“One Last Song”) before closing with a delicate, heavy-lidded blend of bleeps and breakbeats (“Night Drive”). Their cast of vocalists is equally varied and adventurous, stretching from a founding father of grime, D Double E, to rising UK R&B star Kamille.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Jedi R.A. ,

Fantastic!

This is the Gorgon City sound that you've been missing!

monstar246 ,

Or did they steal from gorgon?

Hmmmm

guayo2002 ,

Cool music BUT you copied cover

music sounds cool but come on.!! lack of imagination on the cover.
Mana has the same cover from his algum "Drama y Luz" not cool at all

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