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. Back at it again with the latest edition of our series, Feedback Friday. This week, our group of Blisspop contributors includes: Alex Rubenstein, Aeron Premo, Kristina Westernik, and Connor McInerney. This week’s music includes tracks by Medlar, Deadboy, TT,


While he is best known for being a long-time member of Australian indie dance icons Cut Copy, bassist (and former DC resident) Ben Browning also creates his own brand of sun-kissed, dancefloor friendly electronic music. After releasing his well-received debut solo album “Turns” back in 2015, he is preparing to deliver the follow-up “Even Though,” with its first single being released on May 11, the magnificent summer-filled disco tune “Sunshine Baby”.


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. Back at it again with the latest edition of our series, Feedback Friday. This week, our group of Blisspop contributors includes: Alex Rubenstein, Justin-Barini Rivers, Kristina Westernik, Jonathan Sherman, and Connor McInerney. This week’s music includes tracks by Venetian


(The) Well Tempered (OS) Artwork
Spoiler ft. Geo Metro’s experimental electronic track, “(The) Well Tempered (OS),” starts off with various blippy computer sounds. It’s not until 0:42 that the listener hears a steady beat, which makes the beat even more rewarding when it’s heard. Over the course of the track, Spoiler keeps adding more blippy synths, captivating and at times glitchy percussion, and even some vocal samples towards the end. “(The) Well Tempered (OS)” is


KMRU Artist Image
Every Sunday afternoon, Nairobi, Kenya-based artist KMRU sits at his brother’s piano and plays classical pieces and scales, recording ideas that come to him into Ableton Live. One Sunday, KMRU — aka Joseph Kamaru — was playing seemingly random notes on the piano: D#, E, F#, G, Ab, Bb, B, C#, Eb. After playing this sequence of notes, KMRU recorded them into Ableton, starting his track “Byculla.” KMRU is still trying