This is the 4th time that I’ve featured Jay Bliss in this blog, but he still remains fairly unknown – who, unusually for a Romanian, has an English DJ name – when it seems trendy for people from other countries to adopt a Romanian DJ name. Well, I would if I was producing minimal techno anyway.
I feel like not going to Sunwaves in my clubbing days is probably one of my greatest errors in life. Every set that is recorded from there is close to magical – and certainly blissful.
This mix From Jay Bliss takes you through some rather exquisitely hypnotic minimal like Lee Burton’s 1420Hz – it actually comes in two parts but I prefer the first part, and that is what the link is to.
It is just a very pleasant hour of sometimes groovy, always blissful minimal techno, and does progress very nicely. I keep banging on about Jay Bliss as he is such an underrated DJ – even underrated on the minimal scene, let alone across dance music as a whole. This won’t be the last time I write about his DJ sets – well, unless I get totally bored of writing this blog which barely anyone reads.
Enjoyment rating of 7.23.