With over a decade of experience in music production, there’s no wonder why Ashley Jones, a.k.a Treasure Fingers, is one of the most sought after producers in the scene right now. Having cut his teeth in various genres, including drum and bass, tech house, disco, techno and more, the Psycho Disco creator boasts expert sound design and production in every record that he touches. Lucky for us, Ashley agreed to


Moonrise Festival, the four-stage, annual, landmark event that has taken over Baltimore’s Pimlico Race Course since 2014, has continuously brought back hit-maker after hit-maker.  The prolific event runs this year from August 10th to the 11th.  Known for bringing international and domestic acts to Charm City the event has artists from hip hop, house music, electronic dance music, heavy metal, rock and indie.  Alan Walker and KSHMR, and Tiesto, the


Feedback Friday is Blisspop’s weekly exploration of the latest tunes being released both in the mainstream and underground electronic scenes. Our dedicated team of virtual crate diggers rotates each week to offer their unique takes on the newest house rollers, techno stompers, experimental cuts, bass rattlers, disco hits and beyond. No matter if the track has 6 plays or 6 million, breaks new ground or retreads the same tired tropes,


The inaugural anniversary of the DMV Deep community that occurred on July 19 at U Street Music Hall brought together all loyal locals to experience this eclectic collective of producers.  The artists were honored to host the D.C. based design studio and label ROOM, who curated the ambience of the experience with live visuals.  The DJs who headlined event ranged from Khalifeh b2b Tanil, SarasBróöir, Beagles and closed with the


Zoya Mohan on making it in the scene from India to California and back. Born in New Delhi, India, Zoya has continuously embraced her cultural roots as her music has evolved. In her early years, the young singer never thought she would make it in mainstream music even after studying at the prestigious Berklee College of Music. She hit the stages early after graduation, and found luck from playing in