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All Melody, the latest record from Nils Frahm, is minimalist neo-classical perfection that deserves an attentive listen from start-to-finish. This auditory experience was recorded at his new studio within the famous Cold War-era Funkhaus studio in Berlin, formerly a hub of the East Berlin broadcasting industry after World War II. The album captures the essence of the Bauhaus style featured so prominently in the aesthetic of this famous recording studio.
Best Remix Kesha, “Praying (Oliver Nelson remix)” Swedish producer Oliver Nelson has a knack for making remixes sound even better than the original. If you like what you hear, stay tuned for an exclusive Blisspop interview with him ahead of his US tour. For fans of nu-disco bangers. Best LP/EP Tame Impala, Currents B-sides & Remixes Perhaps it blasphemy to give it to Tame Impala’s B-sides considering these tracks were produced circa 2015,
Best Tracks Of The Year Arma, “Favela” [Artifice] DJ Tuco & Allmostt, “The One” [Top Billin] Hodge & Randomer, “If I Could Stop” [Clone Basement Series] Gibson Brothers, “Ooh What A Life (Gerd Janson & Shan Edit)” [Running Back] Jensen Interceptor, “Not Phased” [Central Processing Unit] The Juan Maclean “Can You Ever Really Know Somebody (LA-4A Remix)” [DFA] Mark Broom, “LX” [ePM Music] SCB, “Acid Bath” [Hotflush] Sly One, “Drum