TSVI
Launching just last year, the London-based label Nervous Horizon has moved from strength to strength by releasing their crew’s highly syncopated, percussion heavy club tracks. The label’s sixth release, Sacred Drums by TSVI, landed last month. It broadens the label’s sound by bringing African live percussive elements into the mix. The EP is packed with highlights, among them is “Assam’s Children” whose tumbling hand drum rhythm is outfitted with weighty

Sonny Fodera and Walker & Royce at U Hall November 26
Learn more about Sonny Fodera and Walker & Royce before their show on Saturday at U Street Music Hall. RSVP on Facebook and purchase tickets. As today’s fledging house revival attains new heights so does the difficulty in standing out amid its thriving pool of talents, however Sonny Fodera continues to scale the mounting hierarchy whilst making it look easy. Renowned for his smooth technical mixing, Fodera has played at some of

Crosley C200
Giveaway Instructions: To win this brand new CROSLEY C200 2-SPEED STEREO TURNTABLE pictured above, please 1) like/follow Blisspop and Crosley Radio on Facebook and Twitter if you haven’t already, and 2) email info@blisspop.com with your answers to the following three questions: What years were Blisspop and Crosley founded? Where are Blisspop and Crosley based? Who produced the 1983 hit record “On & On?” We will  pick a winner on November 30, 2016.

INTERVIEW | Sweater Beats
Sweater Beats is an electronic music producer who grew up outside Washington D.C. in the suburbs of Rockville, Maryland. He is currently on his For the Cold Debut live tour across North America, in advance of a new EP release in early 2017. Blisspop had the chance to catch up with him before his homecoming show at U Street Music Hall. We discussed his beginnings as a producer, his pursuits

Amy Syed Artist image
We are mesmerized by Amy Syed’s reworking of “You Go To My Head,” a 1938 song composed by J. Fred Coots with lyrics by Haven Gillespie. Inspired by Billie Holiday’s recording of the song, Syed transformed this classic into a unique rendition that reminds us of Massive Attack, Nine Inch Nails, and French Impressionist composer Claude Debussy. The track starts with a heavy beat and sidechained bass sound that provide a stark yet lovely