FILLER 2001
It’s the summer of 2001 and every week I look forward to Sunday night. Four blocks from my apartment in Adams Morgan is a club called the Blue Room. It’s a slim three story building two doors down from Heaven & Hell (which, remarkably, is still open for business in 2018). For me, Sunday night at the Blue Room has two major things going for it. First, it’s free. This


Phaeleh - Lost Time
We talked to Phaeleh, the producer of a unique strain of deeply cinematic music rooted in the bassweight of UK soundsystem culture. Q. Matt, thanks for taking out time to chat with us. Can you tell us a bit about your background? Did you grow up in Bristol? Has the sound of the city had an influence on your music? I grew up down the road from Bristol, but have


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. This brings us to the fifth installment of our new series, Feedback Friday. Our next batch of  beat aficionados / actual human beings / Blisspop contributors includes: William Creason, Alex Rubenstein, Max Hirsch, Justin Barini-Rivers, and our first guest


Formed in 2014 at Georgetown University by vocalist Mary Ellen Funke and pianist Lyell Evans Roeder and now based in Los Angeles, Tigers Are Bad For Horses create a sound that is informed by multiple genres ranging from electronic and indie pop to jazz and film scores. This unique melding of influences has resulted in many stand out songs. Their release, “Still Here” continues that track record. The duo’s newest track


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. This is why we have started a new series, Feedback Friday, to bring some of our writers together to give their take on the latest music being released around the world. Our next batch of  willing subjects / Blisspop