Producer, DJ, and self-proclaimed “burgerdad” zacheser is a “fat motherfucker,” in his own words, but it’s a label he bears with an enormous amount of pride. In fact, it was Zach’s wholehearted embrace of body positivity that lead him to create his label CHUB RUB as a celebration of body diversity, while at the same time acting as a platform to counteract popular narratives that electronic music exists only for


We had the pleasure of getting to know SIAS, a band which can be easily described as architects of anticipation as our emotions are taken on a roller coaster ride with each listening experience. Themes such as environmental conservation are brilliantly incorporated within their music through the use of percussion and various ethnic instruments, thus the term ‘World-pop’  as a description of their unique sound. In a world where mass


In the world of dance music, there are few artists that capture the imagination and spirit of the genre and its followers better than the masked soul known as Claptone. From the time he first appeared in 2011, this mysterious figure has captivated audiences around the globe with his striking golden facade and an unrivaled command of the deep house sound. Now, on the heels of his second full-length LP Fantast,


Ahead of this weekends’ Blisspop Disco Festival, I sat down with Nick Millhiser from Brooklyn-based synth-pop duo Holy Ghost!. The duo consisting of Nick Millhiser and Alex Frankel has been performing since 2007 and are most known for their popular remixes of tracks by Moby, Cut Copy, and MGMT and the success gained from their debut album Holy Ghost!. After the duo’s debut hip-hop album under the group name Automato


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It seems fitting that as we approach the Blisspop Disco Fest that the DMV itself would be overcome with a sweltering Saturday Night Fever, marked both by the anticipation surrounding this weekend’s two day bacchanalia of dance music as well as the rising temperature outside. All things considered, who better to soundtrack this heatwave than the festival’s headliners themselves — Horse Meat Disco, the four dude DJ collective straight out of