Having recently released yet another extremely well received album, Lovers Do, on his thesongsays label, Blisspop had the pleasure of interviewing Steven Ford, aka Bruno Pronsato, to talk influences, collaborations, and naturally, speed metal vs. techno. Don’t miss his live set at U Hall this Friday. Locals Jubilee and Lxsx Frxnk will handle the warm-up duties. Advance tickets can be purchased here.
Italian chillwave group Casa del Mirto has indeed been a bit busy at the production table over the past 6 months. The catchy, dreamy pop released within their debut LP 1979 earlier this year caught my attention and has kept me on a listening/stalking spree since. I’m glad to hear they are now releasing a double album titled The Nature this month that contains new originals along with some contributions
I introduced you to Little Loud, young electronic artist from the United Kingdom, back in March with his remixes for Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti and Clock Opera. I’ve been following his work since then and am excited to see that he’s been working on some productions of his own recently. It seems as though his practice with remixing has paid off with his first two tracks that were just released
Recently I’ve been satisfying my craving for chill, downtempo tunes with the very lovely music of Nicolas Jaar. A smooth combination of organic elements and electronic beats, something about the detail and complexity of Jaar’s tunes leaves me in awe after every listen. Jaar was born in 1990, only barely able to legally drink yet he already has his own label, “Cloud & Sunset” after having put out his first
It’s been about a year since Norway’s young disco duo Lemaitre released any new catchy tunes, until now. On Tuesday, they announced that a new album is in the works and will be released this Fall. Ketil Jansen and Ulrik Denizou Lund formed the group in 2010 starting with the The Friendly Sound EP along with a few singles around the web. Each of their tracks have carried a fairly