The indie buzz surrounding Brahms is slowly filtering out of the New York City bubble, garnering more and more attention and attracting new fans across the blogosphere. Headed by indie music vet Cale Parks (Joan of Arc, White Williams, Aloha), this trio produce a complex cacophony of percussion, synths, and guitar. Their dynamic electro-pop/rock seems in the vein of Animal Collective but less experimental. Other times it strikes a more

The Radio Dept. are back! I’ve been a fan of these guys since their 2002 Labrador records ep Where Damage Isn’t Already Done and was pleased when they subsequently released records with label-of-many-many-fantastic-and-big-artists, XL. They kinda went radio silent after that, at least for me, but it’s a treat to have them back and this song is a perfect soundtrack to a roof top party or night cap, just in

New York sensation Penguin Prison has busted through the iron bars of music industry mundanity to deliver some fresh dance pop hits. Unabashed in his sugary and juicy attempt at Prince-like pop stardom, Penguin Prison is sparkling and delicious. I’m a sucker for pseudo-sad-love songs about cars, and Penguin Prison doesn’t disappoint with his new single “The Worse It Gets,” chalk-full of buoyant piano riffs, chiming synths, funk-guitar lines, groove-able

Though a hit late last year, it’s never wrong to turn back the clock a bit. La Roux‘s “Bulletproof” gets the remix treatment from Minneapolis-based dj, FAMUEL, who turns the 80’s-inspired hit into a disco-fied jam. La Roux-Bulletproof (FAMUEL Remix) (320 kbps) by FAMUEL

Dear friends, my remix for the fantastic UK group The Pipettes is out now. The song has been available for two weeks as an iTunes exclusive and we’re please to now make it available on Blisspop. Cop the remix below and be sure to nab the entire single featuring the original song and a remix from Kompakt Records’ Justus Kohncke HERE. Hope y’all enjoy the track and holler with ur