From the hazy but bright lights of the 70’s disco-era, Cerrone rose to international fame with Kongas, a group well-recieved for their appreciation of Afro-Funk rhythms. His rise as a solo artist has led him to be one of the most influential disco producers in not only Europe, but also most of the world.  Known for his extravagant videos, which still get tens of thousands of views today even though


With over 40 years of experience behind the decks, having performed at legendary venues such as Odell’s, Club Fantasy, Cignel, and The Paradox, Wayne Davis is no stranger to the world of dance and electronic music. With the Blisspop Disco Fest coming up, we managed to ask the Baltimore legend a couple of questions about his early listening, and what fuels him as a DJ.   What did your musical


As a part of Baltimore’s Deep Sugar party crew, Lisa Moody has been rocking dance floors with her energetic selections for the past 16 years. From her early days of curating mixes on cassette tapes to travelling around the world, the selector’s sound shows no signs of slowing down. We had the opportunity to sit down with her and chat about mix tapes, Baltimore hotspots of yesteryear, and the future


Aeron Premo is not just Blisspop’s Managing Editor with a super cool name. She’s also one of DC’s up-and-coming DJ’s known by the name Rose Corps, and this weekend she will be making her Blisspop Disco Fest debut as one of the local DJ’s supporting Chromeo, DāM Funk, RAC and Robotaki. Big things are in store for Rose Corps so take a minute to get to know her better in


19 years ago this month, our founder, Will Eastman, unknowingly set the stage for a D.C. party series that would eventually launch his own career as a DJ/producer, spawn multiple offshoot events and lead to the creation of Blisspop as we know it. For 15 years, the Bliss party series gave D.C. a monthly reason to dance. In 2000, when Bliss began, Eastman had just started to dip his toes