It’s been a year and a half since we released netBloc Vol. 55: Cultural Constant, so we’re very excited to bring you volume 56! This time around we’re presenting you an eclectic selection of twelve incredible Creative Commons licensed songs from all over the world. We took the time and… Read more
Here we go again… we’re really packing in the releases this month! Another week… another double shot of music goodness.
The Impossebulls “Five By Five III: Greed”
The Impossebulls’ Five By Five EP series continues today with the latest addition, Greed, which is sure to have heads nodding once again!… Read more
Indie-pop creator Maxwell Powers has steadily been building his following by regularly releasing new music on Fridays. So, what better name than “Fridays” for an album featuring those independently released songs? For the first time, many of those Friday SoundCloud/YouTube releases have been carefully compiled along with previously unreleased remixes… Read more
In 2011, Oakland, California artist and Roosevelt Radio front man Ben Ross launched his bedroom studio side project Maxwell Powers. Since then he’s been steadily building an online cult following with his own brand of infectious indie-pop. Today I’m thrilled to present to you “Saturday”, the first single from his… Read more
2010 has been an incredible year for blocSonic. We’ve had Boots Riley on ETHX’ “Boom to Bloom” and Chuck D on Just Plain Ant’s “Rumble, Young Man, Rumble”. We’ve released our first indie and pop albums with Friends or Whatever’s self-titled debut, Garmisch’s self-titled blocSonic debut and Liam Stewart’s “Sixteen… Read more
We’re closing out this year’s Friends or Whatever releases with the 2nd and final single for the self-titled debut album which we released a couple weeks ago on May 25th. Once again… we’ve gotten some friends to deliver a tasty set of exclusive remixes that take the FoW sound into… Read more
blocSonic is quite proud to present to you the self-titled debut by Richmond, Virginia artist Friends or Whatever. With its fusion of shimmering electronica and a raw rock vibe, FoW proves to be a very engaging listen. At times quiet and contemplative… at other times beat-driven and laced with distorted… Read more
Here’s another fresh netBloc release for you to soak in. As always… it was a challenge to pull together and it underwent a serious overhaul when it became clear that an artist and a label weren’t as serious about the release as I was. Finally, when all is said and… Read more
Paper Tiger's special brand of indie-pop was featured on netBloc Vol. 17. Here are a few details about them.
01 Why free music? Temy: Because it’s a good and fast way to spread music all over the globe. A lot of people who dig our type of music are downloaders… Read more
Volume 16 has arrived! Another terrific collection of 10 netaudio gems from the world over. Now that it’s arrived, I can fill you in on behind-the-scenes type stuff. In between netBloc related tasks, I’ve been busy seeking out the best PHP framework to utilize in the development of the next… Read more