Here at Blisspop, we aim to show our audience who’s making their mark upon electronic music culture today. We sort through the good and the bad, bringing you the latest sounds. This brings us to the fourth installment of our new series, Feedback Friday. Our next batch of  discerning listeners / dedicated dancers / Blisspop contributors includes: Aeron Premo, Yvette Bailhache, Jonathan Sherman, Justin Barini-Rivers, and Michael Khalifeh. This week’s

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Our friends at U Street Music Hall announced yesterday that they are bringing Moon Boots to Union Stage on Thursday, May 10. This May 10 date with Moon Boots will be the first show in an upcoming series at Union Stage for U Street Music Hall. Union Stage has a smaller capacity than U Street Music Hall, so expect a more intimate vibe for the shows that U Hall presents there.

Up-and-coming D.C. based DJ/Producer Fady D has started off the year on fire with the release of his latest remix of Oliver’s “Heart Attack.” This track is filled with so many innovative sounds and melodies and includes a middle eastern-inspired horn line that is so catchy it may truly give you a “heart attack” on the dancefloor. Fady Rizk, better known by his stage name as “Fady D,” was born

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Best Remix Henry Saiz feat. Cora Novoa, “Golden Dawn (Brynjolfur Dream Mix)”  Spanish producer Henry Saiz produces quality house and nu-disco with a dark edge. This Brynjolfur remix takes his sound to a new level with synths that swirl like a tornado and an atmosphere that builds up to an intensity like no other. And the drop. Listen to it. This is what a drop is, people! Best LP/EP Honey Dijon, The Best of Both Worlds Honey Dijon has been

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Best Remix Kesha, “Praying (Oliver Nelson remix)” Swedish producer Oliver Nelson has a knack for making remixes sound even better than the original. If you like what you hear, stay tuned for an exclusive Blisspop interview with him ahead of his US tour. For fans of nu-disco bangers. Best LP/EP Tame Impala, Currents B-sides & Remixes Perhaps it blasphemy to give it to Tame Impala’s B-sides considering these tracks were produced circa 2015,