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 what’s next from these guys!
Thanks to DKd for your interest in blocSonic. I look forward to working with you in the future! Welcome to the blocSonic fam.
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Mar 24th, 8:28am
At this point I hope that you’ve been able to listen to and enjoy Nic’s latest album, A Quiet Age, and the first single Elle va au Japon. If you haven’t, be sure and do so once you’ve checked out this great new single that’s packed with previously unreleased goodies, including a new remix by Public Enemy producer, C-Doc!
Thanks again to Nic, it’s been a pleasure to be able to release your music at blocSonic! Thanks to Michael Connolly and C-Doc for being part of Read more …
Mar 17th, 8:54am
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 Germany.
I hope you dig Nic’s eclectic indie sound as much as I do. This fortyFive is a great example… the title track with it’s more rock oriented approach and “People Watching” with Read more …
Mar 10th, 8:12am
It’s hard to believe that it’s already been six years since the release of Nic Bommarito’s great full-length album, “Harp Fragments”. When Nic contacted me about releasing a new album at blocSonic, I had only recently visited his website to see if he had released anything new, only to be disappointed. So, suffice it to say that his desire to release new music at blocSonic was a terrific surprise to me. There are a few artists in the Creative Commons community who never let you Read more …
Mar 3rd, 8:15am
Back in 2007, the very talented Nic Bommarito made his first blocSonic appearance on volume 3 of our netBloc series. Today I’m exceedingly pleased to present to you his debut release for this humble label, Elle va au Japon, the first single from his magnificent forthcoming album A Quiet Age which will be unleashed next Tuesday.
If you’re not already familiar with Nic’s distinctive sound, get ready to hear something special. Floating somewhere in the realm of shoegaze, ambient Read more …