On what felt like a warm summer night in the middle of February in DC, three amazingly talented names in today’s electronic music scene performed at the 9:30 Club for a sold out crowd to raise money for the American Red Cross. Booked by U Street Music Hall, Matoma, Elephante, and Youngr lit up the 9:30 Club stage in rare fashion at the iconic rock club. Playing to his debut


Here at Blisspop, we aim to show our audience who’s making their mark upon electronic music culture today. We sort through the good and the bad, bringing you the latest sounds. This is why we have started a new series, Feedback Friday, to bring some of our writers together to give their take on the latest music being released around the world. Our next batch of  willing subjects / Blisspop


Feedback Friday, Week 0
Here at Blisspop, we aim to show our audience who’s making their mark upon electronic music culture today. We sort through the good and the bad, bringing you the latest sounds. This is why we have started a new series, Feedback Friday, to bring some of our writers together to give their take on the latest music being released around the world. Our first group of savage critics / music


All Melody, the latest record from Nils Frahm,  is minimalist neo-classical perfection that deserves an attentive listen from start-to-finish. This auditory experience was recorded at his new studio within the famous Cold War-era Funkhaus studio in Berlin, formerly a hub of the East Berlin broadcasting industry after World War II. The album captures the essence of the Bauhaus style featured so prominently in the aesthetic of this famous recording studio.


Nottingham producer Lone has carved a rich niche for himself in terms of making interesting and danceable house music. His Ambivert Tools, Volume Two dropped last year and made use of the whole spectrum of synth lead and drumwork to create a record full of vibrant and arresting dance micro-journeys. Amidst the simple enough bars of bass and conventional stomp of the beats, he manages to add enough local colour