Disclosure and King Krule have made London's most influential 25 under 25 list, part of the Evening Standard's “Power 1000 List” which encompasses all of London's powerful people. Both Guy and Howard Lawrence of Diclosure and Archy Marshall, aka King Krule, have influences in Electronic Dance Music that have helped mold their musical careers.
The chill step, future funk sound of Diclosure is featured in the Mercury Prize nominated debut album Settle. King Krule's indie, electronic rock is in his own debut 6 Feet Beneath the Moon. The album, influenced by jazz and dubstep, has already given the artist a BBC Sound of 2013 nomination for the Sound of 2013 award. Disclosure and Krule's placement on the list of 25 under 25 most influential people in London shows how far the electronic music scene is reaching, branching through various other types of music to make a prominent placement in the world's biggest cities.
Listen to samples of both Disclosure's “When a Fire Starts to Burn” and King Krule's newest single “October” here.