Discoholic describe themselves as “a music group that creates disco-inspired songs with influences from other R&B genres.” Listening to their tunes, you can hear an upbeat energy combined with a subtle funkiness that will put any listener in a good mood. We caught up with the collective behind the disco ball and found out how they plan to make Washington, DC the disco capital of the US. Tell us about


Erik Beith, best known by his stage name, DJ Eddy Bauer, has made a name for himself on both the East and West Coasts with his top notch disco edits and mixes. As he prepares to DJ at this years Blisspop Disco Festival, find out more about his approach to disco and what music projects he has in the pipeline. Tell us a bit about how you got started in


You may know her powerhouse vocals from tracks with Kon, The Juan Maclean and most recently, Horse Meat Disco. Now, Amy Douglas is about to break through on her own in a huge way. We had the chance to catch up with her and hear about her upcoming musical plans and her excitement about performing at this year’s Blisspop Disco Fest.   Tell us a bit about your musical journey.


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


  Now having wrapped up the North American part of his ‘Intimate Tour,’ and returning back to the European stages, Cedric Steinmyller or famously known as Klingande talks about his music growth ahead of debuting new works at Tomorrowland this weekend. He offers details on how his interpretation of ‘feel good’ tunes has changed with now incorporating live instrumentalists, as well as his take on his sound software of choice.