Here at Blisspop, we understand that parties are at the center of dance music and where many tracks that we all know and love are shared. Even with the launch of the Blisspop Disco Fest and Blisspop Presents, we are always looking to put on more events. And we are excited to announce a new one today, complete with more disco goodness! We are thrilled to introduce a new bimonthly


Moon Boots - "Tied Up"
Moon Boots is back with a brand new single, “Tied Up.” This jazzy house track is an ode to the bonds of love and/or bondage (depending on your perspective). Boots and his friend, Brooklyn nightlife fixture Steven Klavier, channel their appreciation for barbershop harmonies and early Pharrell to create an unforgettable summer jam. “Tied Up” is the first single from Moon Boots’ newly announced second LP, Bimini Road. This album


We got our first dose of the Dutch production duo known as T.U.R.F. last September when their monster house banger, “Reggie Fox,” earned the top spot on our weekly Feedback Friday series. Since then, Lorenzo and Tom have nabbed a monthly residency on Amsterdam’s Radio Nachtlab and have supplied us with handfuls of quality feel-good EP’s and mixtapes — including their most recent one called Have A Nice Day, a


Chill Out Mondays
Take a chill pill with the latest downtempo, jazztronica, ambient, and lo-fi music of June and July 2019! This week we feature a variety of new music from Instupendo, Sky Civilian, Catching Flies, Audio Dope, Moullinex, and Christopher Willits. Instupendo – “Pinch” Instupendo, aka Aiden Petersen, creates music with all the melancholic and nostalgic downtempo feels. His latest song, “Pinch,” sounds like the musical love child of Bibio, Caribou and


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,