Here at Blisspop, we are always excited to showcase the local electronic talent that the DC music scene has to offer. Back in May, we premiered “Will Love” the debut single from lovetechnique, a duo consisting of DC resident Kevin Bayly (Furniteur) and Portland-based former DC resident Evan Grice (Pleasure Curses). Now they are back with a new track from their upcoming self-titled EP that we are proud to debut


Lemz and Keenan Orr
Keenan Orr and Steve Lemmerman (aka Lemz) have a profound connection that is rivaled by many best friends and even lovers. They finish each other’s sentences, complement each other’s skill sets, and take the town by storm by way of their monthly queer dance party, Sleaze. Started in April of 2017 at the Columbia Heights dive bar, Wonderland Ballroom, Sleaze boasts a truly inclusive dance floor soundtracked by disco, house,


This Week in Dance Music is a new weekly series by Blisspop aiming to highlight and provide nuanced commentary on the biggest stories in dance music. Make sure to check the meter each week. Starting off the first edition of this series, it’s hard to delve into some of this week’s top stories and ignore the news of Aretha Franklin’s passing yesterday morning. One of the most important entertainment figures


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: Alex Rubenstein, Kristina Dandrige, Max Hirsch, Connor McInerney, and Justin Barini-Rivers. This week’s music includes tracks by Floog


Ahead of their latest installment of one U Street Music Hall’s most popular show series on August 24th, the “Werk Ethic” gurus Ken Lazee and Nick Garcia share a playlist of their most beloved house and techno summer tracks from the 80s and 90s. Find out more about how classic house and techno artists like Fathers of Sound, Alcatraz, Mother, Tim Deluxe, Cyber People, and Larry Heard inspired Ken and