If you could ever have a perfect package of electronic music inspired by the past and present, and infuse it with rock, you would get Infinity Shred. The New York City trio recently released their first single “Long May You Run” off of their next release Forever, A Fast Life on 3Dot Recordings, due August 23rd, 2019. We emailed Damon Hardjowirogo to talk about Infinity Shred’s musical journey, and what’s in


Here at Blisspop, we have some incredible things in the works and we are excited to announce one of those things today. Starting this month, we will be presenting some of our favorite DJs in the world through our event series, “Blisspop Presents”. Our first event (which we will be co-hosting with District Inferno) will take place on Saturday, June 29 at Backbar at 9:30 Club with headliner Melvo Baptiste


Feedback Friday is Blisspop’s weekly exploration of the latest tunes being released both in the mainstream and underground electronic scenes. Our dedicated team of virtual crate diggers rotates each week to offer their unique takes on the newest house rollers, techno stompers, experimental cuts, bass rattlers, disco hits and beyond. No matter if the track has 6 plays or 6 million, breaks new ground or retreads the same tired tropes,


Splitting their time between London and Berlin, the duo of Sean Phillips and Martin Aggrowe have been making disco-tinged Balearic pop as Private Agenda since 2014. In the years following, they have gone from strength to strength with each release, with their most recent EP, Aura being released last week, highlighted by its first single, “Kingfisher”. A relaxed track with a melodic nod to 90s trip hop, “Kingfisher” is beautifully


It is always a joy when Róisín Murphy releases new music, and especially around the summer months. There’s a summery vibe that surrounds many of her songs, and her newest release, “Incapable”, feels very much in season. Working with producer Richard Barratt (also known by the aliases DJ Parrot and Crooked Man), she has crafted a track that has classy minimalist production, relatable lyrics, and one of the most gorgeous