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Blisspop Mix Series #14: Jus Nowhere

Posted on November 21 2014 by Caleb
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One of DC’s brightest, Jus Nowhere has been making a fast name for himself with his take on house, deep house and techno. As a producer, he’s had releases on Definition:Music, Silence In Metropolis, White Widow, and more, and as a DJ he’s shared the booth with the likes of Breach and George Fitzgerald. We’re more than pleased to have him taking up selector duties alongside Will Eastman at Bliss tomorrow night, and to get you in the mood he’s cooked up the next installment of the Blisspop Mix Series. Consisting of a hour’s worth of house, ranging from deep and techy to raw and bassy, Jus Nowhere’s mix is the perfect pick me up to start your weekend. Take a listen below and make sure to check him out tomorrow night at U Street Music Hall!

Jus Nowhere on Facebook | Twitter | Soundcloud

Blisscap #3

Posted on October 31 2014 by Caleb
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We’re back with our weekly collection of tracks and mixes featuring new material from some of the finest producers in the game. It’s also the best weekend out of the year as we’re gearing up to celebrate Halloween, so make sure to hit play while you’re putting your face paint, ghost costumes, awkward wings, etc. on. There’s a mind-blowing 8 bit version of the Ghostbusters theme, some dirty bass house from Holt Blackheath, charming indie dance from Robotaki, an absolutely killer mix by Bones and more! Check it out below:

Blisscap #2

Posted on October 24 2014 by Caleb
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We’re back with the weekly Blisscap. featuring tracks from heavy hitters like Eats Everything, Amtrac, and Justin Jay as well as some killer mixes from Moon Boots and Colour Vision. Check it out:









Blisspop Mix Series #11: Jackson Ryland presents DC’s Warehouse

Posted on October 10 2014 by Caleb
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The Blisspop Mix Series is back! This time we’re bringing you a sterling mix from one of DC’s brightest, Jackson Ryland. Racking up a steady stream of releases for labels like Holic Trax, Sccucci Manucci, Music Is Love, and more, Ryland has been carving a name for himself with a great blend of deep house and techno. He’s also a member of the Silence In Metropolis crew and a top class DJ to boot. His penchant for analog grooves and warehouse vibes comes through strong on his mix, which is equal parts funky, soulful, and raw. It serves as a perfect intro to get you prepped for an epic Saturday night at U Street Music Hall where Jackson will be sharing a bill with Duke Dumont and local disco duo Man & Woman. Take a listen to the mix below and grab the DL after the jump.

Jackson Ryland on Facebook | Twitter | Soundcloud

14 Years of Bliss + Will Eastman’s 4 a.m. Eternal Mix Vol. 5

Posted on September 18 2014 by Blisspop
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This is a very big week for Bliss. Our little blog and it’s consistently epic partner party, Bliss, are turning 14. To celebrate, head honcho, Will Eastman, is playing a 6 hour set this Saturday at U Street Music Hall. Come out and dance and make new Bliss memories while sharing your favorite old ones. Eastman also debuted the 5th installment of his 4 a.m. Eternal series on DC’s Washington City Paper in support of the event, and you can stream it below. It features some of our favorite house, deep house, indie dance, and techno tracks of the last few months wrapped up in the mystery and enjoyment that only the end of the night can have. All ticket proceeds will also be going to the Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood Foundation, which raises funds to research AHC, a debilitating genetic neurological disorder.

Take a listen below and join us this Saturday in celebrating 14 years of Bliss

Saytek – The Place
Chet Faker – I’m Into You (Monkeyneck Remix)
Superpitcher – Delta
Danny Daze – Freeze
Jackson Ryland – Crystal City
Hunzed, Harvey – Sheeta (Mendo Remix)
krankbrother – Thank You Baby
Caribou – Our Love
Walker & Royce – Sister
Route 94 – Misunderstood
Benjamin Damage – Up

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