Blisspop is giving away two (2) pairs of tickets to see Cold Cave with Black Marble and Choir Boy at Black Cat on Saturday, June 16! You can participate by emailing your favorite Cold Cave track to info [at] blisspop [dot] com and two winners will be selected randomly. We’ll pick winners at 12 pm on Saturday, June 16, announcing them shortly thereafter. Show info: Saturday, June 16 – Cold Cave, Black Marble, Choir Boy: $15 Adv/ $18


Chad Valley Artist Image
Blisspop is giving away two (2) pairs of tickets to see Chad Valley with NUEX at Black Cat on Sunday, May 27! You can participate by emailing your favorite Chad Valley track to info [at] blisspop [dot] com and two winners will be selected randomly. We’ll pick winners at 12 pm on Sunday, May 27, announcing them shortly thereafter. Show info: Sunday, May 27 – Chad Valley, NUEX: $13 Adv/ $15 DOS Backstage / Doors at 7:30. Buy


Good Buddies 001 Artwork
Good Buddies is a DC-based collective/record label/recurring party, founded in 2015 by Philco and Blisspop alumnus Caleb L’Etoile. Now the collective is comprised of Philco, Chris Felinksi, and Yomimbi. Good Buddies has been putting in work with their monthly Sunday residency at Eighteenth Street Lounge and they now have their first compilation, Good Buddies 001, with tracks by Jame Moorfield, Chris Felinski, Philco, and Hot Coffee. Jame Moorfield kicks off the


Mount Kimbie Artist Image
Blisspop is giving away two (2) pairs of tickets to see Mount Kimbie with WIKI at Black Cat on Thursday, May 24! You can participate by emailing your favorite Mount Kimbie track to info [at] blisspop [dot] com and two winners will be selected randomly. We’ll pick winners at 12 pm on Thursday, May 24, announcing them shortly thereafter. Show info: Thursday, May 24 – Mount Kimbie, WIKI $18 / Doors at 7:30 pm. Buy tickets here.


Gold Man (Oli Hannaford Remix) Artwork
Oli Hannaford delivers a sexy grooving remix of Lebeaux’s “Gold Man (I’m Chemical).” The track starts off in the vein of nu disco track circa 2012 — I can imagine hearing this on one of The Magician’s Magic Tapes in that era. The slick, funky bassline comes in at 0:17, setting the stage for Lebeaux’s smooth vocals. Lebeaux’s vocal timbre sounds like the British version of a Pharrell Williams-Usher hybrid.