Breakbot performs at The Blisspop Disco at U Street Music Hall on October 6th, 2018
Do you still have disco fever from this year’s Blisspop Disco Fest? This Saturday, October 6th The Blisspop Disco returns for another night at U Street Music Hall featuring DJ sets from disco artists, Breakbot and Irfane. They have support from Martin Miguel, a DC-based disco and house selector from Better Listen Records. Breakbot is known for his breakout single, “Baby I’m Yours,” featuring the smooth vocals from his long time

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. Back at it again with the latest edition of our series, Feedback Friday. This week, our group of Blisspop contributors includes: Justin Barini-Rivers, Yvette Bailhache, Patrick Blinkhorn, Connor McInerney, and Alex Rubenstein. This week’s music includes tracks by Loan,

Brooklyn’s heavy hitting imprint Razor-N-Tape Reserve keeps the summer vibes coming with a new hot one from London-based producer Alistair Gibbs, aka Nebraska. Usin’ Me gets served up four different ways on this EP and it’s Nebraska’s sample-ridden edit that gets things crackin’ first with a highly energized, house infused disco banger. Hard to identify R&B samples have been running rampant on Soundcloud lately, but Nebraska puts a fresh twist on

I would find it hard to believe if I walked past somebody listening to the latest Moods remix without a bounce in their walk or a head nodding in agreement with the beat – that would be the revised definition of blasphemy. An instrumentally chic track crafted by Bondax titled “Real Thing” is turned into a funk-driven dance floor banger by Dutch producer Moods. On his version, we witness a

When I received this promo from Brooklyn’s Big Voyage (aka Elias Ravin) and his sound was compared to Warp Records artists Luke Vibert, Plaid, Clark, and Autechre, my curiosity was piqued. I’m currently undertaking a project to listen through Warp Records’ entire discography, so I’ve become well-acquainted with the previously mentioned artists and the Warp sound is carving a special place in my mind. Big Voyage’s “Jellyfish Bloom (Part 3)”