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


For almost a decade, Stephen Fasano, aka The Magician, has been packing dancefloors with his smooth blend of disco and house. Tomorrow, he makes way back to DC to play DMV Deep‘s PRIDE Week party at U Street Music Hall and was kind enough to answer a few questions for us. You got your start as one-half of Aeroplane before going solo in 2010. What made you decide to pursue


Bliss Classics is a new series by Blisspop that will highlight artists, producers, DJs and labels that are an important part of the history of dance and electronic music. We are excited to kick off the series with a look at one of dance music’s most influential record labels, West End Records. In the world of dance music, record labels are as much lauded as the tracks and albums themselves. Why


The powerhouse vocals of Amy Douglas have been featured on many a dance track, with producers such as Eli Escobar, Juan Maclean and Kon combining their disco and house smarts with her singing talents. But as any talented collaborator should, she gets the chance to shine on her own as well. She does just that on her latest release “Never Saw It Coming,” which is presented both in its original form


Here at Blisspop, we are always excited to showcase the local electronic talent that the DC music scene has to offer. Back in May, we premiered “Will Love” the debut single from lovetechnique, a duo consisting of DC resident Kevin Bayly (Furniteur) and Portland-based former DC resident Evan Grice (Pleasure Curses). Now they are back with a new track from their upcoming self-titled EP that we are proud to debut