Track of the Year My criteria for “Track of the Year” is centrally focused around crossover appeal and what song can transcend genres, sub-genres, and sub-sub-genres to appeal to dance fans all over. So, with that being said, my selection goes to Oliver Heldens and Shaun Frank for “Shades of Grey” featuring Delaney Jane. It’s an awesome, energetic dance track with serious grooviness and deep house vibes – the ones


The sweet smell of an excellent show that you got into because of an excellent hook-up. And guess what: Blisspop is the ultimate hook-up. How would you like to check out the dance rock-alternative sounds of Franz Ferdinand and Sparks on October 5 at the Lincoln Theatre? “Take Me Out”? Is that what we hear? Alright, then. Let’s do this thing. We are giving away two tickets to see Franz


Claire Schlissel and Jen Mozenter are young, crazy, and want to rule the world. It helps that these two ladies, known to the dance music community as The Jane Doze, happen to be practically made of energy in case you haven’t been paying attention to their trajectory. Starting off as worker bees in the hustle and bustle of the music industry, the duo quickly found a calling as DJs and producers after


Blisspop crew member and contributor Chris Kennedy has been one of our favorite DJs on the rise in DC, brandishing a blend of techy house tracks that fit perfectly in ranks with the likes of Dirtybird and Food Music. He’s offered up the next segment of the Blisspop mix series to help get you in the mood for warm weather and roof parties. The mix features new and old (Vowel


The “Disco Made Me Do It Series” returns for its 7th edition tonight at the Wonderland Ballroom. Presented by One Love Massive, this installment features a Blisspop takeover. Heading up the bill is Blisspop chief Will Eastman with support by local favorites Baronhawk Poitier, Caleb L’Etoile, and host Philco. Disco Made Me Do It is one of DC’s best emerging dance parties, featuring some of the city’s brightest DJs in the underground music scene. If