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. We’re back at it again with the latest edition of our series, Feedback Friday. This edition features our contributors: Kristina Dandridge, Patrick Blinkhorn, Justin Barini-Rivers, Alex Rubenstein, and Marshall Stukes. This week’s music includes tracks by Iain Howie, Octo


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. We’re back at it again with the latest edition of our series, Feedback Friday. This edition features our contributors: Kristina Dandridge, Alvaro Hernandez, Justin Barini-Rivers, Connor McInerney and Marshall Stukes. This week’s music includes tracks by Mercer, The Chemical


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Blisspop staff writer Lu is reporting from Cape Town, South Africa When we speak about Bedroom Pop or even alternative types of Indie music, much of the spotlight tends to be placed on artists from the U.S. or even Europe. But what if I told that the scene in Sao Paolo Brazil is alive and well, giving audiences a garden-fresh viewpoint on styles associated with Bedroom Pop. This time we


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Here at Blisspop, we aim to show our audience who’s making their mark on music today. In our Feedback Friday series, we bring you the latest sounds, sorting through the good and the bad. This latest edition of Feedback Friday features music by Bonobo, Kousto, Moonee feat. Mangabey, Rosalía, and Win And Woo feat. Kaleena Zanders. Blisspop contributors Will Creason, Aeron Premo, Justin Barini-Rivers, Yvette Bailhache, and Katie Bowles selected and reviewed


Duke & Jones is a duo based in Manchester known for creating dynamic aural experiences that range through a variety of electronic subgenres. “Synthetic” is the newest addition to this group’s stimulating portfolio. Beginning with and continually punctuated by a blissfully manic minor key arpeggio, “Synthetic” slowly darkens as it builds. The atmosphere creates the sensation of a barely contained public panic attack. The nervous energy sits deep within the depths