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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


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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 Alexander Vincent, Dreamcast, Satoshi Fumi’s remix for Ken Ishii, Taso X Fracture, and Vacant. Blisspop contributors Patrick Blinkhorn, Marshall Stukes, Justin Barini-Rivers, Will Creason, and Jake Ramirez selected


Patrick's Picks
Best Remix Marco Giannone – “Lonely (Funkatron Remix)” Funkatron’s remix of Marco Giannone’s “Lonely” did well for me in DJ sets I played this year. I think the remix has the perfect amount of energy without getting cheesy — there are noise sweeps in the track, something I often detest in productions. But the noise sweeps introduced in this remix are tasteful. And oh man, that bassline is undeniable. Looking


Marshall Stukes Best of 2018
Best Remix John Hopkins, “Singularity” (ANNA Remix) I am a fan of both John Hopkins and ANNA, so when I heard they were releasing a remix I was thoroughly excited. The original is haunting and soothing; the remix keeps the same Hopkins vibe but adds ANNA’s signature bass lines, percussion and a synth breakdown that will definitely get listeners moving. Best LP/EP Travis Scott, Astroworld This is one of the