Now having wrapped up the North American part of his ‘Intimate Tour,’ and returning back to the European stages, Cedric Steinmyller or famously known as Klingande talks about his music growth ahead of debuting new works at Tomorrowland this weekend. He offers details on how his interpretation of ‘feel good’ tunes has changed with now incorporating live instrumentalists, as well as his take on his sound software of choice.
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,
From League of Legends to Teen Wolf, Battle Tapes has been the soundtrack to many entertainment properties. With equal parts guitar and synth, the Los Angeles based electronic rock band is as danceable as it is hard hitting. We swapped emails and talked about their music in media, video games and connecting with fans. Battle Tapes has a really unique sound. Where did it begin and how did it evolve
Victoria Hesketh, best known as Little Boots, wears many hats — singer, DJ, label owner, synth geek, songwriter — and does an incredible job of doing so. Since debuting on the scene in 2008 with her single “Stuck on Repeat”, she has successfully been able to keep one foot in the mainstream and the other in the underground, and continues to evolve her sound to make the two worlds meet.
This week we dive into the deep end of chill out music with our latest ‘Chill Out Monday’ segment. ‘Chill Out Monday’ is a recurring compilation of our favorite and recently released chill out, deep house, and downtempo music. Take a chill pill with new music from Tycho, Bonobo, davOmakesbeats, My Friend, Matveï, Nora En Pure, DRAMA, Disqo Volante, Caius, EAUXMAR, SG Lewis, and Private Agenda. 1. Tycho – “Easy”