I’m very happy to present to you Plastic Houses, the terrific new EP by Daily Khaos delivery. The Valencia, Spain based DKd delivers a unique sound that merges classic pop/rock sensibilities with a fresh modern electronic aesthetic. I suspect that after you hear this, you’ll also be eager to hear… Read more
Today we’ve got the latest in our fortyFive series, for you to enjoy. This time what we have is the first release by Nic Falcon, an American artist based in Italy who previously released music independently and for Aaahh Records, before they began focusing on their annual music festival in… Read more
Back in 1995, Orie Weeks, Alex Remlinger, Dez Burke & Shawn Franklin (who you may know from The Scallions) formed Action Will Be Taken in response to the subdivisions and cliques that were then forming in the hardcore punk scene. They exploded onto their local scene, not caring about photos… Read more
As is the usual with our netBloc series, netBloc Vol. 47: Grooves For The Sentient is packed with incredible music from around the globe that’s been released under a Creative Commons (CC) license. There’s little chance that you won’t find something on it that completely grabs you.
With this series,… Read more
I’m very happy to be able to present you this great new fortyFive by Buffalo, NY singer/songwriter Pete Lund. Pete returns with the driving “Gypsy Cab”, an up tempo rocker recorded along with Sound Garrison’s Mark Garrison. The “B-Side” is the completely remastered re-release of his excellent 2012 song, “Last… 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
I’m happy to present to you the latest funky, funky EP, “Bez alboma”/“Unalbumed”, by Russian band Vpopolam… a tight little selection of mostly instrumentals and a couple interesting vocal tracks featuring samples from the ccMixter archives.
Thanks once again to the guys of Vpopolam for the fresh sounds!
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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
To close things out for Liam Stewart’s terrific “Losing The Tortoise Race” is the second single from the album, “Moody New Star”. MNS can be best described as moody, addictive & rockin’. Along with the album version are three remixes… two of which by the great C-Doc and one by… Read more
Liam Stewart returns to blocSonic with his fantastic new album “Losing The Tortoise Race”. If you enjoyed his previous album “Sixteen Words”, the new one will not disappoint. If you’re just now discovering Liam’s music, then you’re in for a treat, since you have two albums to catch up on!… Read more