We’re drawing closer and closer to Factory Floor’s DC debut, and we couldn’t be more excited. To help get us in the spirit, Blisspop resident Steven Faith has cooked up a mix of all Factory Floor originals, remixes, one offs, and everything in between. It’s the perfect jumping point if you’re unfamiliar with the group, and if you are, the mix flows seamlessly and makes for a really enjoyable hour. Stream it HERE or after the jump and grab tickets to next Thursday’s show HERE.
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We have an absolutely massive weekend/week coming your way courtesy of the Blisspop Residents. No need to color it as the lineup speaks for itself. Dive in and come support!
Steven Faith at the Brixton
Baronhawk at The International Soul Society Festival featuring:
Car Crash Set head, Cosby, is back with a recently dropped original track called “Warehouse Track.” The song is a driving analog work out featuring muted chords and a rich web of percussion pounded into submission by the driving kick. True to its name, the track has a distinct late-night warehouse feel and a focus on simplicity and getting lost in the groove. Take a listen below, and if you’re in Seattle in the next few weeks, make sure to go see Cosby at Kremwerk on April 24!
We’ve got a particularly huge weekend ready for you featuring Flight Facilities, Indie Dance throwback parties, and some particularly awesome weather that will welcome patios across the city. Come out and dance!!
Friday April 11
All That Jazz at Eighteenth Street Lounge featuring Ozker with The Donvonte McCoy Quintet
Saturday April 12
Sunday April 13
DC experimental pop band, The Caribbean, are gearing up to release their sixth LP, Moon Sickness. The band have enlisted a number of collaborators to serve up remixes in anticipation of the release, among them Will Eastman. Eastman’s take on “Imitation Air” is a hefty deep house dream scape complete with acidic flourishes, resampled voices, and a throbbing low end. The vocals are condensed to a single word that quickly becomes an incantation, floating on a nice bed of reverb. Take a listen below and grab it for free over at Eastman’s Facebook page.