The Magician
Seven years ago, The Magician (a.k.a. Stephen Fasano) played U Street Music Hall’s opening night as 1/2 of Aeroplane on March 17, 2010. This Saturday, The Magician returns to U Hall for the last show of their seven-year anniversary week, bringing with him some of the best in dance music today. A gifted DJ/producer known for his Magic Tapes and multiple hit singles and remixes, Blisspop was able to chat

Mall Grab
At the end of 2016, I selected Unknown To The Unknown as my pick for label of the year on Blisspop’s yearly wrap up.  UTTU has continued to roll into 2017 with a clutch of vital releases including the latest 12″ from Mall Grab, Pool Party Music.  The young Australian producer has been on fire, his well regarded DJ sets propelled him onto Resident Advisor’s Top 100 DJs for the first

WRLD and smle at U Street Music Hall March 15
Learn more about WRLD & smle before their show on Wednesday at U Street Music Hall. RSVP on Facebook and purchase tickets. Don’t let electronic music artist WRLD‘s youthful demeanor fool you for one second. Also known as David Lawson, WRLD produces with the musical versatility of a seasoned veteran, skillfully merging electronic with dance and pop. He kicked off a fruitful partnership with label Monstercat with successful singles “Triumph,” “You & Me” with

Hotel Garuda
Hotel Garuda will be performing on Saturday night, March 11th, at U Street Music Hall,  so Blisspop checked in with these (half) local up-and-comers to give us a preview of what’s to come this weekend! Get tickets to the show here. From the cover art on your first single, “Smoke Signals,” to the design of the Eternal Sun Tour, it’s clear you’re hoping to take listeners on a trip into the

CC (feat. Shygirl)
Cold & flu season may be coming to a close, but it’s not too late to get in a last *coughcough* *coughcough*. UK’s Crazylegs label, last seen with CLUBKELLY‘s stomping eponymous EP, returns with a new six track stunner by producer Sega Bodega.  Ess B‘s centerpiece is “CC”, a high tension hi def tune swarmed by SHYGIRL‘s vocals pitching up and down, spinning out into a dramatic undulating bass figure.  Coughing