1. Duke Dumont feat. Jax Jones – I Got You 2. TCTS, Shivum Sharma – These Heights (Detroit Swindle Mile High Club Remix) http://youtu.be/MzGumr8TiWA 3. Leon Vynehall – Butterflies 4. London Grammar – Hey Now (Sasha Remix) 5. Dorsia – Ghana 6. Urulu – Moon Unit 7. Daniel Avery – Knowing We’ll Be Here (KiNK Remix) 8. Dosem – Chase The Link 9. Lane 8 – Every Night 9. Walker

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Tracks come and go. Legacies survive and then fade. But neither of these seem to apply to Blisspop’s founder, Will Eastman, seeing as he’s been on a real hot streak this year. Last week saw the release of his newest track, a collaboration with fellow Washingtonian i.V., and it is the kind of soulful, smart-house we’ve come to expect with Eastman. With that being said, it may very well be

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Blisspop veterans Will Eastman and Caleb L’Etoile made some serious waves in the indie dance scene earlier this year after releasing their gorgeous Jean-Luc Godard inspired track “Breathless.” They have recently come back with a new collab in the form of a sparkling, electropop retooling of the already infectious track “Classless Kids” by indie upstarts Young Summer. Hitting the ground running from the get-go, the track starts off with powerful synths and a great

The DC force is strong with this one. Outputmessage has been slowly dropping remixes of tracks from his epic The Infinite Void, and the latest comes by way of Blisspop’s Will Eastman. Eastman reworks the track into a slow burning deep house beast that ripples with arpeggiated synths and spacey textures. It’s one of our favorites yet by him and the track does a really good job of refining the

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