Primed for the summer of 1996, “My Boo” by Ghost Town DJ’s was released twenty years ago by So So Def.  The song’s Miami Bass low end rumble, gliding monophonic melody, and yearning vocals captures the humidity of a summer dusk in Atlanta.  The song has become a club staple and has recently gained notoriety as the soundtrack to the Running Man Challenge, but “My Boo” also returns in spirit this


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The worst damage you can possibly do to a great chorus is to wrap it in tepid verses. Dick Valentine understands this, but of course anyone who adopts the stage name Dick Valentine understands this. That’s the secret of “Danger! High Voltage” – there are no verses, only an opening and closing salvo bookending a chaotic mix of choruses and solos. Electric Six takes their metaphors literally – if yelling


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Berlin based Keinemusik artist Rampa uploaded the eccentric and beautifully crafted “Human” to his Soundcloud a month ago. “Human” revolves around complex percussive rhythms and a bizarre vocal sample. Rampa’s “Human” is easily one of the more compositionally innovative dance music tracks I’ve heard this year. Listen to and download “Human” for free:


Out now via Waze & Odyssey‘s specialty label, W&O Street Tracks, Walker & Royce‘s new EP Wakey Wakey/Gimme is particularly strange. Teetering on a tightrope pulled between tech house and techno, the Brooklyn duo finds themselves in an adventurous balancing act where the defined lines of where the two subgenres start and end are faded. And in what could be seen as a power play which has them falling more in line


Canadian DJ Pat Lok posted up a new track last week that is forthcoming on Hear This.  “You Street” is a very lush sounding house/disco track, with big chords and a bit of a syncopated rhythm. This one hits home with us here at Blisspop, literally and figuratively. The title, “You Street,” is a play on words having to do with U Street Music Hall. You may have heard of the place, and