Maya Jane Coles
Few DJs generated as much buzz as Maya Jane Coles in 2010, and it doesn’t look like the 24 year old Londoner is losing any momentum. This year she’s already graced the cover of MixMag, contributed a well received Resident Advisor mix, released on Mobilee, and just last month, dropped Focus Now, another solid EP on London’s 2020Vision label. All four tracks on the release hold their own, but the


I’ve had this track on repeat for about 3 weeks now and I don’t see it going away anytime soon. Released on UK’s ISM Records, boogie producer Ron Basejam has created a truly brilliant and soulful disco masterpiece. Just give it a listen….I promise you won’t be disappointed. Alena – Changes (Ron Basejam Remix)


Timothy Sullivan, aka Das Moth resides in Tokyo, Japan and he loves his disco spacey. He moved there from Melbourne a couple years ago after his mother told him to go somewhere that makes him happy. Having been to Japan twice before with no regrets, the choice was rather easy. His music incorporates deep, dark bass lines accompanied by uplifting, Balaeric synth melodies as can be heard on his Moon


Blisspop’s very own LXSX FRXNK has been kind enough to share her debut mix taken from her live performance at BLISS last month. 60 minutes of house music does the body good. Enjoy party people 🙂 LXSX FRXNK – Warm Up (Live) Tracklist: Lee Foss – Happen For A Reason Tigerskin – Feel For You Robert James – Sleep Moods Neoteric, Wax Motif – Go Deep Mood II Swing –


After establishing a well-respected stance in the market of electronic music, producers Clancy and Build have now collaborated for the next phase of their careers to create Miroir. As of last week, they released Miroir’s first five tracks within the “So Fewer Particles Scatter” EP over at Holographic People. The purpose of this endeavor is to merely showcase creative original work outside of their individual reputations for remixing. At first