Cut Snake, Brisbane-based dynamic duo, bring the beach party vibes to U Street Music Hall this Saturday, June 24th. Their performance is perfect timing for the kick start of summer. Fresh off of their recent performance at EDC Las Vegas, Cut Snake brings the no-frills tech and deep house tracks to the dance floor.  You can peep their recently dropped track, “Stomp,” which premiered this month on Mixmag for a

Roosevelt
With Roosevelt’s latest tour stopping at some well-established destinations, including The Governors Ball Music Festival 2017, I was excited to see Roosevelt perform a sold out show at U Street Music Hall this weekend. Roosevelt’s performance was a cross between popular modern chillwave artists, such as Cut Copy or Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, and what I imagine it was like in the disco dance halls of the 1970s (based on

“Feel (feat. Jaye Prime)” is the latest single from Detroit-based producer, Jon Zott. This song is comparable to the beauty of an old world wine: the song is sophisticated and complex, yet balanced. The song possesses structure from a solid house bassline, which is juxtaposed by chill ambient samples and effects. The eerie analog synth samples and natural field recordings create depth and demonstrate a maturity to the composition. Layer

It’s been seven, long years since the legendary French electronica band, Air, returns to the United States for their Twentyears Air tour. This tour will be a celebration of all their glorious hits spanning the past 20 years. This electro-acoustic pop group was founded in the mid-90s, influenced several generations, and left its mark on the sound of its time. Along the way, Air has produced cult albums such as

The landscape of music in the chill out genre has grown exponentially in popularity thanks to the likes of heavy hitters such as Bonobo and Tycho. I’m confident that this genre will continue to soar in 2017. Today, Blisspop highlights a rising star of the chill genre: Hungry Music, a French electronic music label founded by three talented melodic techno/ deep house producers, Worakls, N’to, and Joachim Pastor. What excites