We’re back with another one for you… number 29 in our excellent, genre-busting netBloc series! For this one we pulled together netaudio from Canada, France, Hungary, Minneapolis, The Netherlands, New Jersey, Richmond, Sweden and the UK. What you’ll find is nothing less than back to back gems. As always, this… Read more
Since 2007 we’ve been giving you these fantastic collections of netaudio in hopes that it introduces you to a new world of music that’s available on the web. This time around is no different… except in one way. It’s quite literally the first time that the final line-up is the… Read more
As of the time of this writing, not even a year after it’s launch, WFMU’s Free Music Archive already boasts nearly 18,000 free music tracks from a wide array of genres. It’s an interesting collection in that it not only features music that comes from the world of netaudio/netlabels, but… Read more
On April 7, 2010 PublicSpaces Lab will be 3 years old. It will also be when we are doing our 20th release, one that we want it to be a celebration of this netlabel, of our artists but also a celebration of the future:
The future of this netlabel, the… Read more
The fine folks at Kilted Chaos came to me to learn a bit more about netlabels, blocSonic, what we are and what we've got planned.
Do give the interview a read, if you've got a moment.
I just got finished reading Phlow Magazine’s excellent interview with the editor of German magazine Beat, Thomas Raukamp. It got me thinking about what I do to promote blocSonic releases. Thomas is quite correct when he states the following:
…most people who run a netlabel forget that their work should… Read more
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
As we get ever closer to another netBloc release, your having forgotten to download netBloc Vol. 18’s 42 page liner-note booklet, has almost, completely been made up for by reading these 5 For Insight posts. I mean it! It has. Though… come on… do me a solid… when netBloc Vol.… Read more
As we approach another netBloc release, I remind you that if you did forget to download netBloc Vol. 18’s 42 page liner-note booklet, it’s ok. Really! It is. Just keep in mind when netBloc Vol. 19 is released, you need to download the PDF booklet as well… ok? Cool. Thanks… Read more
Ok, you slept on the netBloc Vol. 18 42 page liner-note booklet… whatever… I forgive you. The following mini-interview with Just Plain Ant is new to you because of your oversight.
01 - Why free music? Because I love what I do and don’t feel the need to get paid… Read more