FKJ ends a North American Tour promoting his debut album French Kiwi Juice After performing at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado last weekend. This album is a wonderful display of FKJ’s range as a songwriter and producer. It showcases songs like the upbeat single Go Back Home and the jazz odyssey that is Canggu. Sitting at track number two is a song that puts all of FKJ’s abilities on display:

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

As a member of the Max clan, I love to see a Max on the come-up. There are quite a few of us, including some writers on the Blisspop staff, but none that have utilized our given name to its fullest potential: as a Soundcloud artist identity. You might recognize MAX from his viral record “Lights Down Low,” which has racked up over 1.6 million plays, but you’re about to

Two years ago, one of modern Baltimore club music’s brightest young stars turned 25. He marked the occasion with a rebirth of his own, setting aside the production alias that he used for battles in Charm City’s underground in favor of a blaxploitation-reminiscent cartoon superhero persona. Thus died Murder Mark, reborn as Mighty Mark with the release of the Mighty EP on Moveltraxx. Or so we thought. The Party Starter

Today’s newest grime goodness comes to you in the form of “Milk and Biscuits” via Joe Powers aka Proc Fiskal, the newest Hyperdub Records signee, hailing from Scotland’s capital city, Edinburgh. This is one of the cuts off his debut EP, The Highland Mob, out yesterday digitally and on vinyl, and is an absolute belter. The track starts off with a spoken word sample asking us if we would like