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Interview | Fady D

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Up-and-coming D.C. based DJ/Producer Fady D has started off the year on fire with the release of his latest remix of Oliver’s “Heart Attack.” This track is filled with so many innovative sounds and melodies and includes a middle eastern-inspired horn line that is so catchy it may truly give you a “heart attack” on

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Blake Brown brings rattle to roll on “Stop Shakin’”

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Denver has more to offer than choice weed these days, and Blake Brown is testament to an underappreciated scene. This fine morning has the young songwriter sharing “Stop Shakin’”, a whispy yet energetic work of pop art that speaks to his roots. Set to the tune of classic Americana, it matches the rhythm of our […]

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Best of 2017: Will Eastman’s Picks

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Best Remix The xx, “On Hold (Jamie xx Remix)” Jamie xx’s grasp of emotive song craft is indisputable, yet he always seems to shine brightest on the dance floor when remixing his own music. The greatest dance music is simple and appeals across genres. Add a dollop of emotion and Jamie has the recipe for something

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Best of 2017: Patrick Blinkhorn’s Picks

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Best Remix The Shapeshifters, “Lola’s Theme Recut (Dr. Packer Remix)”  Dr. Packer’s remix of “Lola’s Theme Recut” on Glitterbox Recordings was a good addition to the Lola’s Theme Recut release. The remix has the right balance of energy over the course of the track, making it a winner to play out in sets. I expect

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Best of 2017: Yvette Bailhache’s Picks

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Best Remix Snacks, “Order To The Senses (Kornél Kovács Remix)” When Berlin and Stockholm collided musically, it was pure magic. German producer Kornèl Kovács flipped “Order To The Senses” — a lovely house track by the Swedish duo Snacks — into one of the sexiest and addictive deep house jams of 2017. Honorable Mentions Men I Trust,

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Best of 2017: Aeron Premo’s Picks

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Best Remix Henry Saiz feat. Cora Novoa, “Golden Dawn (Brynjolfur Dream Mix)”  Spanish producer Henry Saiz produces quality house and nu-disco with a dark edge. This Brynjolfur remix takes his sound to a new level with synths that swirl like a tornado and an atmosphere that builds up to an intensity like no other. And the drop. Listen to it. This is what a drop

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Best of 2017: Kristina Westernik’s Picks

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Best Remix Kesha, “Praying (Oliver Nelson remix)” Swedish producer Oliver Nelson has a knack for making remixes sound even better than the original. If you like what you hear, stay tuned for an exclusive Blisspop interview with him ahead of his US tour. For fans of nu-disco bangers. Best LP/EP Tame Impala, Currents B-sides & Remixes Perhaps it

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Best of 2017: Michael Khalifeh’s Picks

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Best Remix Marian Hill, “Down (Franky Rizardo Remix)” While collaborations between pop and house music don’t always produce the most tasteful results, it’s tunes like this that show how it’s done. Reworking the simple piano groove of Marian Hill’s “Down” (of iPhone commercial fame), Rizardo curates rhythm that’s infectious at every event I’ve played it

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Best of 2017: William Creason’s Picks

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Best Tracks Of The Year Arma, “Favela” [Artifice] DJ Tuco & Allmostt, “The One” [Top Billin] Hodge & Randomer, “If I Could Stop” [Clone Basement Series] Gibson Brothers, “Ooh What A Life (Gerd Janson & Shan Edit)” [Running Back] Jensen Interceptor, “Not Phased” [Central Processing Unit] The Juan Maclean “Can You Ever Really Know Somebody

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Best of 2017: Jonathan Sherman’s Picks

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Best Remix Sam Smith, “Too Good at Goodbyes (Galantis Remix)” This year had a lot of super high-highs and super low-lows. For every great moment that happened, another chapter in life always seemed to be coming to a close and this song played in my head at every one of those moments. Sam Smith’s voice

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