Well folks! They’re back! After announcing a break from touring in February 2017, the powerhouse EDM brothers Howard and Guy Lawrence from the UK known famously as “Disclosure” are back and funkier than ever! Their latest track “Funky Sensation” samples the powerhouse disco vocalist Gwen McCrae, who is well-known for her 1975 disco hit “Rockin Chair,” and also released three other 80s inspired disco tracks over the weekend too titled


In the world of dance music, there are few artists that capture the imagination and spirit of the genre and its followers better than the masked soul known as Claptone. From the time he first appeared in 2011, this mysterious figure has captivated audiences around the globe with his striking golden facade and an unrivaled command of the deep house sound. Now, on the heels of his second full-length LP Fantast,


Ahead of this weekends’ Blisspop Disco Festival, I sat down with Nick Millhiser from Brooklyn-based synth-pop duo Holy Ghost!. The duo consisting of Nick Millhiser and Alex Frankel has been performing since 2007 and are most known for their popular remixes of tracks by Moby, Cut Copy, and MGMT and the success gained from their debut album Holy Ghost!. After the duo’s debut hip-hop album under the group name Automato


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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: Yvette Bailhache, Alex Rubenstein, Justin Barini-Rivers, Max Hirsch, and Will Creason. This week’s music includes tracks by Marquis


Ahead of Blisspop Disco Fest starting August 31st at the 9:30 Club and U Street Music Hall, Blisspop contributors Justin Barini-Rivers, Aeron Premo, and William Creason talk about some of their favorite Disco edits. First Choice – “Let No Man Put Asunder” (Shep Pettibone Remix) (1983) “Let No Man Put Asunder” first appeared in 1977 on First Choice’s Delusions album, but it’s the 1983 version by Shep Pettibone that propelled into club classic status.  Pettibone doubles