If you’re a fan of Lotus you’ve probably attended the annual Summer Dance festival which takes place at the band’s home away from home, Nelson’s Ledges Quarry Park in Garrettsville, Ohio. This year’s edition took place this past weekend and offered a number of surprises including long requested bust outs, a fantasy set list written by and voted upon by the fan base, and a DJ/Live hybrid set dubbed “Bellweirder”.


After 3 years of silence since M1 Personal Trainer, Mssingno is finally back with a brand new mix. M2 Personal Trainer brings all the hallmarks the producer is known for. Saccharine pop hooks that are pitch-shifted and warped over top of swelling, candy coated grime and trap instrumentals fill out the 19-minute mix. This time around the vocals are initially a bit tougher to identify save for the inclusion of


SOPHIE is back with her latest offering, a non-stop remix of last year’s excellent album, Oil Of Every Pearl’s Un-Insides. She uploaded it direct to YouTube, much to the pleasure of fans such as myself who were not going to shell out the $285 for the physical version. You have to hand it to her for originality, though; I am not aware of any other artists who release their music


Here at Blisspop, we aim to show our audience who’s making their mark upon electronic music culture today. We sort through the good and the bad, bringing you the latest sounds. We’re back at it again with the latest edition of our series, Feedback Friday. This edition features our contributors: Will Creason, Justin Barini-Rivers, Alex Rubenstein, Kristina Dandridge, and Marshall Stukes. This week’s music includes tracks by Caius featuring Neigh,


Sometimes it is difficult to describe art or artists better than they can describe themselves. “Wildly diverse, infused with exuberance and inspired by a slap of the absurd.”  This is how Modeselektor chooses to advertise themselves and I can’t think of a more accurate depiction. The Berlin based duo are back with their first album since 2011, aptly titled Who Else?. Released on their own Monkeytown Records imprint, the first