According to Chinese philosophy two opposing forces, the yin and the yang, co-exist interdependently to make up universal existence. You cannot have one without the other. So it seems in many aspects of life that you cannot have the good without the bad and vice-versa. Life, death, love, hate, peace,… Read more
It all started back in March when Marco Kalnenek first posted about a track he’d been working on called “Life On Ceres”. I fell in love with it instantly and requested to include it on a then upcoming netBloc release. That developed into making it the title track of said… Read more
Hip-hop is an incredibly diverse musical genre that has a bad reputation no thanks to the American mainstream branch of it. People who write-off hip-hop as idiotic, materialistic, violent or misogynistic are only getting a small slice of what it’s about. Since hip-hop has become international there are a wide… Read more
Marvin at Free Albums Galore has taken the time to review another of our excellent hip-hop releases. This time around they've reviewed Formula's release.
The Overcast Project by British hip-hop producer Formula is a moody piece of hip-hop accented by tight rapping by some gifted rappers including Zack S. Byers,… Read more
Be sure to check out the latest episode of the Both Sides of the Surface podcast which features among it's fantastic line-up, “Rock On” from Luck & Ripps’ “The Catastrophic Connection”!
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After a couple back to back original blocSonic releases, I’m back to introduce you to the latest in the blocSonic netBloc series. This batch of netaudio gems is packed with ear candy. I have little doubt that you’ll find at least a couple tracks that you also call gems. Who… Read more
Marvin over at Free Albums Galore has just graced us with another fine review, the following is a snippet:
This classy album by Luck & Ripps is titled The Catastrophic Connection is good music however you label it. The sound of Luck & Ripps is especially accessible to all music… Read more
mo. over at Phlow Magazine graced Luck & Ripps and blocSonic with a terrific review of “The Catastrophic Connection”. Check it out!
“A collection of Boom-Bap Hip Hop | "Turn of that hippe-di-hip-hop-hop-music, son!" Yeah this is some of that raw NYC shit. A style where Hip Hop rhythms roll… Read more
Back in February, Joey Ripps approached me about releasing one of his projects through blocSonic. One of the projects, a collaboration with 13aDLucK produced by Catastrophe, turned out to be quite a strong set. After hearing the drafts Ripps sent, blocSonic was officially down for a release! What you’re about… Read more
Ladies and gents, allow me to introduce to you the latest member of the blocSonic family, Formula. A producer extraordinaire hailing from London. This here is his premiere solo release and our second original. If you’ve been following our netBloc series for a while, you’ve most-likely heard “Is It Too… Read more