Disclosure: Where Angels Fear To Tread

Disclosure (English-born brothers Howard and Guy Lawrence) has released a pair of singles in preparation for their upcoming LP. The most recent, “Where Angels Fear To Tread,” is a funky, upbeat rework of The Four Freshmen’s 1961 a cappella rendition of “Fools Rush In“—a hit penned by Tommy Mercer in 1940. While the duo isn’t the first to cover the song (Elvis, Etta James, Frank Sinatra and others …

Whitney Houston: My Love is Your Love (Bonde Edit)

Reworking a classic (especially one by a beloved artist who is no longer with us) can be a risky task, but Bonde’s remix of Whitney Houston’s 1988 “My Love Is Your Love” is a success. The deep edit is a smooth and fluid take that remains just faithful enough to the original. Across six minutes, Bonde creates a chilled out vibe that will have you …

Ms Lauryn Hill: Rebel/Hard to Say

With a new version of her 2002 song “Rebel/Find it Hard to Say,” Ms Lauryn Hill has returned and the track is sadly more relevant than ever. The song originally appeared on Hill’s MTV Unplugged 2.0 album and was a tribute to Amadou Diallo—an unarmed black man who was shot by four NYC police officers in 1999. The song is truly stunning, but full of …