Every year we at blocSonic love to participate in Netlabel Day to big-up netlabel culture. Though the number of active netlabels that exist today have dwindled compared to when we launched in 2007, there are still a significant number of us representing. Props go out to everyone who plays a… Read more
After a shocking nine months since the last netBloc release, I’m very happy to say that we return today with Volume 46 of the series with “#returnofthenetlboc”! The reasons for such a lengthy delay are many… among which are… busy release schedule… difficulty locking down all tracks, causing a record… 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
It all started sometime last year with a friend of mine, Rob Pitt, saying that he’d love it if there were a “minimal” netBloc release. However, with the netBloc series being about variety, I felt that I couldn’t release something so narrowly focused on one sub-genre. If I were to… Read more
So you seriously didn't download netBloc Vol. 18’s 42 page liner-note booklet?!? Yesterday I thought you were kidding… well here’s another mini-interview, this time with featured artist Josh Woodward.
01 - Why free music? When I was first starting to move my music out of the figurative bedroom, I stumbled… Read more
As promised, fresh from the Amadeus Pro development file, I announce netBloc Volume 3 (La Plus Belle Guerre). What we're currently witnessing IS the most beautiful war. A war for the ears of music lovers worldwide. A war between the RIAA/Major music industry and it's former and soon-to-be former customers.… Read more