Metaphorically speaking, surf’s up for the Montreal-based artist, Tiga: still riding the wave of success he caught from his tracks “Bugatti” and “Let’s Go Dancing,” he shows no sign of slowing down with “100,” his new collaboration with German DJ/producer Boys Noize. The Turbo Recordings release consists of two versions of the “100” track (an original and a dub mix) alongside a track titled “Jam#1.” Similar to Tiga’s track, “Bugatti,”


German-based record label GND Records has put out quality music since June 2011 and they show no sign of slowing down. On their website, the label states that they are looking for unique and fresh sounds made for the next century. While label boss S-File is primarily a techno DJ/producer, GND is trying break boundaries open for all styles and genres. GND uploads both mixes and record releases to their


A week ago, Brooklyn-based DJ/Producer Moon Boots dropped a funk bomb via Annie Mac’s Soundcloud and we’re still recovering here at Blisspop. It has every ingredient a Moon Boots track calls for: smooth vocals, beautiful melodies, and a groovy bass line. If you’re a fan of classic Moon Boots, you’ll click your heels to this – listen to and pick it up for free here:  


This is ‘The Spotlight.’ Many artists pass through D.C. on a weekly basis, but this column highlights one specific artist who happens to be playing in the district during the week. That way, you may join their journey in influencing the house music landscape. House and techno are a dominating force in today’s American music scene and Sarah Myers is a leader in DC. Rightfully labeled a “hometown hero,” I


Berlin-based artist David August (a.k.a. David Nattkemper) just put out a terrific remix of The Acid’s track, “Ra.” Per usual, David August gives us production perfection, demonstrating why his tracks are played by deep house/techno artists the world over. Listen to this little piece of aural paradise: