“public enemy” Posts

C-Doc delivers his second SIX ONNA 7 in a couple weeks!

As C-Doc mentioned in the liner notes of his previous SIX ONNA 7 release Division 5: BLACKOUT!, he has more in store for you to enjoy. This time around he collects a few goodies he’s had that he felt deserved being heard, including one that was originally created for Public… Read more

fortyFive Friday: C-Doc & Tha Silent Partner shock and awe with SIX ONNA 7!

In 2012, whene he released the premier SIX ONNA 7 release, little did Tha Silent Partner realize that what he began as a clever idea to maximize the potential of our fortyFive series would develop into a full-fledged sub-series here at blocSonic. One that would eventually find him collaborating with… Read more

New release: Public Enemy featured on netBloc Vol. 44!

Here we are with volume 44 of the extensive netBloc compilation series that I first launched in 2007. Back then, the majority of the Creative Commons licensed music I found was via netlabels. Today, things are shifting. Although netlabels still play a major roll, there’s an uptick in artists releasing… Read more

New release: The Impossebulls Honor Public Enemy!

In honor of the induction of Public Enemy into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, The Impossebulls have prepared this special EP release to celebrate the important place that PE holds in the hearts and minds of a whole generation of music fans, musicians and artists. Thank you Public… Read more

New release: It's an Impossebull day with "Made by History (Decade One: 2000-2010)"!

Thirteen years ago, if you were to tell me that I’d be running a music label now and releasing an album by a rap squad featuring Public Enemy’s legendary Chuck D among its ranks, I’d tell you to go write a book, ‘cause you’ve got one hell of an imagination!… Read more

New release: The Impossebulls bum rush blocSonic!

It’s an honor for me to present to you The Impossebulls, a hip-hop group that first formed when, in 2000, Public Enemy’s Chuck D reached out to fans to collaborate on a new song about the coming demise of major record labels. “We Don’t Need You” was the name of… Read more

New release: blocSonic welcomes The Scallions on board with the release of "Agony Through Ceremony XE"!

A little over ten years ago, in 2002, I began working for SLAMjamz, the label run by Public Enemy’s Chuck D. I began by designing cover art for their digital single series. Among those digital singles were seven designed for Connecticut avante-garde power pop group, The Scallions, consisting of members… Read more

New release: C-Doc drops a few single only gems!

The latest C-Doc maxBloc contains some incredibly tasty morsels for fans to enjoy! You have the title track, which is a great new remix of the album cut, a dope remix of another album cut “Braggadocio” and the previously unreleased track “Milk O’ Magnesia” which is THAT stuff… not to… Read more

New release: Public Enemy producer C-Doc releases new album at blocSonic!

…and finally it’s here! The new album by Public Enemy producer/EMCEE/filmmaker, David ‘C-Doc’ Snyder, is finally available for you to download and enjoy. There’s absolutely no doubt in my mind that you’ll enjoy it. That’s no malarky, let me tell you… Considering the incredible work that C-Doc has been turning… Read more

New release: Public Enemy producer C-Doc drops a surprise fortyFive on you!

Today we’re breaking from the norm just a bit to surprise you with this special fortyFive release by C-Doc. Enjoy clean versions of Drumm Machine and Far Gone from the forthcoming album “Divided We Stand”, which both feature the vocal dexterity of DJ Def Chad along with C-Doc The Warhammer.… Read more