Disclosure’s recent contribution to the DJ-Kicks mix series throws back to the sorts of moody chords and silky disco samples that you’d hear in ’90s and 2000s house. But the listening habits of the brotherly duo, Guy and Howard Lawrence, tend toward the modern. Their edition of Selects—a new biweekly playlist in which DJs and producers showcase their favorite tracks, new and old, with no format restrictions—“is based around music we’re just enjoying at the moment, with an emphasis on ‘danceability,’” Guy tells Apple Music. There are club cuts aplenty—everything from their own “Observer Effect,” the lead single from their DJ-Kicks release, through “The Distance,” by Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, who had an early impact on Disclosure: “This exemplifies why he’s such a special and forward-thinking artist,” says Guy. But there are plenty of unexpected turns here as well, such as Ginger Root’s warped soul-pop cut “Loretta” (“a wicked release that’s perfect for the closing of summer”), yacht rock from Ambrosia, and Duran Duran's New Wave classic "Save a Prayer.” “We’ve both loved them since we were kids,” he says. “A big parent influence here that we’ve been reconnecting with recently.” Hear all of Disclosure's Selects and add anything you like to your library.