Hi all… some of you may or may not know that I also run a freelance design business called nvzion. Since my most recent web design/development project is related to the world of Creative Commons licensed audio, I feel it deserves a word or two here at blocSonic.
I've recently… Read more
Did you not download netBloc Vol. 18’s 42 page liner-note booklet?? Tisk… tisk… tisk. Well here’s a mini-interview with featured artist Brad Sucks.
01 - Why free music? Because technology is making all the constraints on music distribution irrelevant. And trying to enforce artificial constraints a) doesn’t work and b)… Read more
Amanyth's fantastic take on the original track by Trifonic was featured on netBloc Vol. 17. Here he lets you in on 5 of his not so well kept secrets.
01 Why free music? Very good question. A question that I never settled as such. It is rather a combination of… Read more
This is just a quick update to let everyone know that I'm in the process of completing netBloc Volume 6. This time around I had a bit more difficulty achieving communication with three of the artists and/or netlabels. I needed to replace a couple of the tracks in the original… Read more
In the world of net audio, much is going on. New netlabels pop up every day. ccMixter's contests draw more and more remixers into their fray. Jamendo continually boasts new CC'd albums. New netlabels/releases are are frequently being added to Internet Archive. I think that it's safe to… Read more
Once again, we've got a terrific collection of 10 tracks culled from the wide world of net audio. In this one we feature one from ccMixter, a couple from Jamendo and others from various netlabels. Hip-Hop, Trip-Hop, Unplugged Electronica, Post-Rock, Indie Rock, Drum & Bass are all represented. So download… Read more