Disclosure takes over Brooklyn’s Output
Following a live set at Terminal five, brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence, aka Disclosure, showed up at Output at 2am to play a DJ set. Amidst classics like “Latch” and White Noise” they dropped some dirty bass like Breach’s “Jack.”
Output has become a staple of great Brooklyn clubs because of its ability to be both an intimate venue and one that can accomadate shows as big as Disclosure. Rested on the East River at Kent st., the rooftop has one of the best views of the New York Skyline, which you can enjoy from two levels of roofs while relaxing on one of many couches or warming yourself by the heater. What makes Output truly fantastic is its dedication to incredible music; check out their lineup over the next couple weeks. Not just Disclosure but Skrillex, Claude VonStroke, Q-Tip, Nadastrom, Clockwork, and Nosaj Thing. All in a club that boasts one of the best sound systems in New York: 2 rooms of vibrating bass and well-balanced mids. These amenities attract a warm, open crowd of people who come not for bottle service but to get down.
Disclosure Dropped 2 new songs during their set- at the beginning, a stripped down four on the floor track with a techno-house beat. As the night wore past three they got deeper and announce a new greasier bass-heavy track that the crowd went wild for. Before they left as the party shut down in the wee hours of the morning, they showed off some mixing prowess by cutting up “Renegade Master” and closing with an epic Prince remix.