P.U.C.K. (Previously Unknown Canadian Kids) are currently wrapping up work on their long-awaited forthcoming album… “MAPL Theory”. Today we have your first taste of that new music! Their sound (as you’ve heard on their previous singles) is a fusion of Hip-Hop, Rock, humor and a smidge of Bob and Dou… Read more
Krazy Shitz release “Space Signals”! About 23 years ago, the self-titled debut album by the Krazy Shitz dropped. Since that time, members started families, and even moved to the other side of the world! After such a stretch of time, they finally found the time to make it all happen for a follow-up… Read more
After 14 years of including Louis Lingg And The Bombs on our netBloc compilation series, we at blocSonic are psyched to be releasing their incredible new album “>_...checking system...disruption detected...”!! In addition to the album, we’ll be dropping a bunch of singles. This is where YOU come… Read more
Cheese N Pot-C continue to bring their talented extended family with them to tha bloc and today they arrive with Yuk MC! Formed in 1998, the Krazy Shitz previously released a self-titled debut album in 1999. Well, although Yuk has made appearances on various CNP projects, it’s been a long time comin… Read more
Hydra Gwaii release their debut album! Who doesn’t love a good Kaiju film? Go ahead google it, if you don’t know. Anyway, the three-headed Hydra Gwaii has taken over blocSonic for the day and we’re not sure if we’ll ever be the same! Who is this Hydra Gwaii you ask? The mega dope hip-hop crew is m… Read more
For years Mike Gregoire, the founding owner of blocSonic has been making music as mGee. With What'cha Wanna Do EP that changes. He’s now releasing original new music as Me As In You. The EP is essentially a maxi-single for a great new electronic/house track “Wanna (Right Now)” featuring various vers… Read more
Over 14 years ago, well before we became a netlabel / record label in our own right, we launched blocSonic specifically as a home for our netBloc series of compilations. netBlocs have always been about shining a spotlight on quality netlabels, netaudio artists & open or Creative Commons licensed… Read more
We’re so happy to finally present to you this, the first of what we hope will be a long series of feature articles that will serve to shed light on our incredible roster of talented artists, our catalog and issues/topics that we feel deserve extra, in-depth coverage. Today we kick things off with an… Read more
The Tape: Fiercely Independent
We at blocGLOBAL have always prided ourselves in being an eclectic label that of course loves hip-hop, but also many other genres. What’s more important to us than the genre, is the quality of the sound and the independence of the artists. Let us shine a light on a few incredible songs that don’t neatly contain themselves within the boxes that the mainstream music industry has created.
- Mr. Bitterness And The Guilty Pleasures - Dark Days (9:40)
- Electric Mirrors - All The People You Know (4:04)
- ManyFeathers - Stargrazer (2:15)
- BIT - Hello World (4:08)
- Bralitz - Douche Manouche (4:24)
- The Scallions - Silence In Sunshine (5:35)
- Liam Stewart - She Writes Country Music In Her Sleep (4:28)
- Dr. Mindflip - World of your own (3:02)
- Vietnam II - You Spell Like A Peasant (4:00)
- Lofiuser - Radiant Jaguar (3:54)
- Lyndon Scarfe - Drifting (3:14)
- BLKJK - Robinhood (3:53)
- Garmisch - Truth Is (3:58)
- Daily Khaos delivery - Goliath (5:39)
- Das Mister - fentanyl (4:33)
From The Crates
We feature a total of 461 FREE Creative Commons licensed releases containing a total of 4152 tracks all available in high quality FLAC, 320kbs MP3 and 192kbs MP3!! Download some new music now!!
Set to drop…
- 2021.05.21 — Krazy Shitz - Back In The Day (Featuring Donnie Ozone and Stanley)
- 2021.06.11 — P.U.C.K. - MAPL Theory
- 2021.06.18 — CM & Tha Silent Partner - bloc Sonics 2
2021.05.14 — The P.U.C.K. cru returns!
2021.05.03 — Remix Louis Lingg And The Bombs!
2021.04.23 — Them Krazy Shitz have that Street Party for you!
2021.04.09 — The Hydra Gwaii takeover!
2020.05.09 — Music of resistance: An interview with Das Mister