DISCIPLES cemented their status last year as the UKs best electronic trio with double single ‘Only The Gods’ / ‘Better On My Own’, a collaboration with Lee Foss and Anabel Englund on Pete Tong’s FFRR label.
The first track on offer on the new release, ‘Only The Gods’ is a smooth slice of laidback house music, strung together with Disciples’ signature chunky bass line, additional production edits from Repopulate Mars label boss Lee Foss, as well as the sophisticated and instantly recognisable vocals of Hot Creations favourite Anabel Englund.
We caught up with the lads at the time of release and asked them to talk us through a lockdown playlist of favourites which was originally published in The Sun newspaper. Here’s what they chose and why…
Celeste – Stop This Flame (The Black Madonna Remix)
Listen to “Strange” first so you can hear how insane her voice is. This remix though is Celeste you can dance to.
Frank Ocean – Dear April (Side A – Acoustic)
There’s not much more to say about this one really. It’s Frank Ocean, it’s new, we love it, it’s good to look out of your window to and dream of one day being back outside again, ha!
Franky Wah – Come Together
PARTYNEXTDOOR – The News
This is a track from PARTYNEXTDOOR’s new album and probably our favourite from it. Been fans of his since his debut record and this one doesn’t disappoint either.
Leon Ware – Share Your Love
Throwing this one back now with something from the 70s. This track is taken from an album called “Musical Massage” which has got to be up there with one of the best album titles ever.
Child Of The Parish – Relic Of The Past
We’ve had this one on repeat since it was released and even now it still sounds as fresh as the first time we heard it.
The Weeknd – After Hours
New album from The Weeknd that’s been a long time coming. The whole Starboy era was a bit hit and miss for us but he’s really pulled it back with this album.
Masta Ace – Son of Yvonne
You can never go wrong with Masta Ace, especially this track. One of Eminem’s greatest influences apparently.
Love Regenerator – Moving 
Calvin Harris, the man. He obviously kills it every time but this new project he’s started is sick and way more underground than what he’s known for.
D’angelo – I Found My Smile Again
Not classic D’Angelo but up there nonetheless. Try and sit still while listening to this, it’s impossible. Brown Sugar or Voodoo though? That’s the real question.
Disciples – Only The Gods / Better On My Own is out now. To listen or buy CLICK HERE.