“netbloc” Posts

Sink your teeth into netBloc Vol. 24: tiuqottigeloot

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

A taste of tiuqottigeloot

On Tuesday, October 6th, we’re dropping netBloc Vol. 24. It’s a release which features yet another fantastic collection of netaudio gems that once again proves that some of the best music being released today is being released under a Creative Commons license. One of my favorites of this set is… Read more

Introducing blocSonic Radio!

If you're not one for browsing the release archives, here's another way to discover the netaudio gems that blocSonic has featured in our netBloc and original series of releases. Each week a new group of tracks are pulled together for your listening pleasure. With each visit, you're given a random… Read more

Introducing Formula’s “The Overcast Project”

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

Continuation of a dialog

Originally published in the netBloc Vol. 23: We Invented The Compilation PDF Once upon a time… long, long ago… 2007 was the year and we released “netBloc Vol. 5: The threat at Goliath's feet...”. In that release’s PDF was an introduction entitled “An infrastructure for take-over” which was later published… Read more

Here it is… netBloc Vol. 23: We Invented the Compilation

Of course we didn’t invent the compilation! Duh! No really! We didn’t… seriously! Why do you doubt me? Even though we didn’t invent them it doesn’t mean we didn’t perfect them… so here’s another perfect compilation for your soul to absorb via your ear canals. A collection of 11 tracks… Read more

Givin’ the instrumental and experimental world some love, introducing netBloc Vol. 22

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

netBloc Vol. 21 opens your ears with a little help from Jamendo!

We’re back serving you another helping of ten fantastic delicacies from the world of open-licensed netaudio. This time around, our energy was focused on presenting selections from the ever expanding archives of Jamendo.com. If you’re unfamiliar with Jamendo, it’s a community-driven website that hosts “free, legal and unlimited music published… Read more

netBloc series continues with “netBloc Vol. 20: music to accompany the world traveller”

It’s now been four months since the release of volume 19. Plenty has happened since that release. The new blocSonic website has launched and our first original album, Just Plain Ant’s “Dig Deep”, was released. Now let’s get our groove back and bring you the first of three consecutive netBloc… Read more

5 For Insight with Coehn & Foehrb

01 Why free music? Coehn: It is easier to reach more listeners, when releasing free music via THE internet, As a musician, it’s useless to fight against the development of the internet and it’s impact on the music business. Anyone who enjoys our music has got the opportunity to buy… Read more