Donnie Ozone & P.U.C.K. revisit Dust On Wax
Hey kids… today we’ve got a dope new remix of Donnie Ozone’s Dust On Wax for you to enjoy. After some recent inspiration, Cheese had the urge to revisit the track and give fans something new to listen to. Enjoy.
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Tha Silent Partner releases an improvBloc!
Begun back in 2014 by James Dangle, the improvBloc series was created to celebrate improvisational music creation. Each release is 20-40 minutes and improvisational to some degree. Thus far there have only been 2 released, the last one by Eli & The Mannings in… Read more
Alright y’all… are you ready for some music? If so, let Donnie Ozone and Timezone Lafontaine kick off March by guiding you through the extensive blocSonic catalog new & old. Donnie runs us through the newest tunes, gems from the archives and the current heat from the blocSonic charts and… Read more
That’s right kids… Donnie not only has the December 2022 of Tha Bloc Report for you to enjoy, but he’s also come ready for hip-hop heads with his new EP!
Donnie Ozone and friends bring us Dust On Wax!
Oh boy… today we’ve got a dope hip-hop treat for you… Read more
Enjoy “DanceRevolution”, the 2nd single by RVA artist DJ Harrison containing a special selection of 4 album cuts and a couple previously unreleased gems from his archives. If you’ve slept on his releases so far, you definitely shouldn’t. You’d be missing out on something special.
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It’s finally here! “’94 Flow” by DJ Harrison is a collection of 25 instrumentals in which he displays his incredible musical sensibility. If you’re a fan of jazz, soul or hip-hop, you’re guaranteed to give this more than a few spins. Who knows, it may even become a musical staple… Read more
I’d like you to welcome Devonne Harris, otherwise known as DJ Harrison, to the blocSonic fam. A talented multi-instrumentalist/composer hailing from Richmond, Virginia (RVA), the home of other blocSonic fam — Friends or Whatever, The Honorable Sleaze, Joey Ripps & Just Plain Ant (yup, something must be in the water).… Read more
In the early 80s, while in my teens, I first heard hip-hop music and it was for me… there was simply something about it that spoke to me. It was the future. It was exciting and fresh. A musical genre in its infancy that was finding its way… learning who… Read more