New releases: Electric Mirrors, The Impossebulls, electropop and hip-hop oh my!

Electric Mirrors and The Impossebulls

Today we close out September with not one, but two new maxBlocs for you to enjoy… Ritual Meadows by Electric Mirrors and Five By Five II: Sloth by The Impossebulls!

Electric Mirrors “Ritual Meadows”

This is the 2nd incredible single from Electric Mirrors’ album UFO Stories. If you enjoyed the album and first single, you’re going to definitely love this one, which contains 4 previously unreleased bonus songs! If you haven’t checked out EM yet, do so… you won’t be disappointed.

The Impossebulls “Five By Five II: Sloth”

Continuing The Impossebulls’ 5 x 5 EP series, Sloth adds to this dope hip-hop group’s legacy with five brand new songs that will satisfy any connoisseur of beats and rhymes. Featured among them, is a surprising cover song that you have to hear to believe. These guys continue to challenge themselves and give us what we want… dope music.

Huge thanks again goes out to The Impossebulls, yo… it don’t stop… and it won’t stop.

Of course, thanks once again to you for downloading & listening. We always strive to deliver the music you’ll love. Please spread the word about blocSonic, if you enjoy what we do. Remember… everything we release is cool to share! Always keep the music moving… share it… blog it… podcast it! If you’re in radio… support independent music and broadcast it!

Download your free copies of Ritual Meadows and Five By Five II: Sloth.

One last thing…

You may or may not know about the terrific non-profit music site Free Music Archive that was launched a few years ago by the legendary indie station WFMU. However, we definitely do and we love it… it’s one of the places that we host all our music at and it brings us new listeners all the time.

Well, it costs them a lot to host all that music and they do so without charging visitors. Last year their bandwidth costs alone were $80,000. Suffice it to say, they need your help. If you dig what they do… or if you just want to do a good thing for a non-profit that musicians and labels depend on for promoting their music and that music lovers depend on for discovering great new music, then, please… head over to their donation page and give a little. Thanks.

Mike Gregoire