Label: Moshi Moshi (Singles) Release date: 06/09/10 Link: Myspace Buy/Stream: Amazon/Spotify ‘Offline Dexterity’ is about the finest case study you could find in music on how to make one simple idea go the, maybe, certainly as far as this review is concerned anyway. The song revolves around two main recurring elements: a buzzing electronic noise like a telephone or a modem dialing out endlessly and a human voice sample modulated beyond all worldly recognition into some alien howling. There's also a sublime ethereal middle section and towards the end a noise that sounds like a radio that's been left on in a washing machine. Which is probably not a good idea anyway. With 'Offline Dexterity', Disclosure have created a piece of music that's remarkable for how complete it sounds and how edifying it is listen after listen despite sticking to roughly the same idea throughout. Which is not really that common, is it? Photobucket