NYC’s Mister Saturday Night is at it again, this time with an EP from the UK’s Nebraska. The “Look What You’ve Done To Me” EP consists of three tracks, all of which provide a different vibe. The title track is a super slow-house groover, with big chords that fill up the track and a tantalizing vocal sample. The other two tracks are a bit faster and deeper at the same time.
Working in a cancer center is not a regular day job for most DJs; in fact, it’s an atmosphere that most of the general public will never understand. For DC-based artist, Eau Claire, it’s not uncommon to spend most waking hours working with terminally-ill patients. Fortunately her upbeat personality brings an optimism and energy that is reflected in her music – a sound that inspires listeners to not stress and
Jacques Renault is an old school dude. He still records synths live and he embraces the un-quantized. His brand of homemade analogue house and disco has come to define New York’s contemporary sound as music with a genuine human touch. Originally from the DC area and influenced by its punk roots, you can tell that Jacques is a big believer in DIY. He releases music on his own label, Let’s Play House (LPH), and runs a roving party
Canadian DJ Pat Lok posted up a new track last week that is forthcoming on Hear This. “You Street” is a very lush sounding house/disco track, with big chords and a bit of a syncopated rhythm. This one hits home with us here at Blisspop, literally and figuratively. The title, “You Street,” is a play on words having to do with U Street Music Hall. You may have heard of the place, and
Our very own zacheser happens to have a mix series promoting body positivity and general acceptance of fellow dance music weirdos. Aptly named “FatBeats,” these mixes span the world of good ol’ fashioned house music. Zach has been hard at work cranking out these hour long mixes over the past month or two. In fact, he has already moved on to the 5th edition of FatBeats and it dropped a couple days ago.