Nov 19th, 9:56am
Yes! A blocSonic collab that’ll work it’s way into your funk bone and get a hold of your groove memory module and not let go! The great Tha Silent Partner meets the untouchable CM aka Creative and you’ll never be the same! Just download. Word.
Thanks to TSP and CM for bringing it on this one!
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Nov 12th, 11:05am
Anniversaries are always a good way to demarcate your progress or development, whatever it is that you want to keep track of. For a creative artist, anniversaries can be especially important. In this day and age when to be one, it means that, unless you’re one of the few who the mainstream deem marketable, you’re more than likely doing so without the expectation of monetary gain… mostly for the love of the art. Ten years as a completely independent artist is one hell of a Read more …
Nov 5th, 9:00am
Today we’ve got the first single from the forthcoming Tha Silent Partner album “Platters, Act 5: The Silent Anniversary (10 Years Of Tha Silent Partner)”, which is a continuation of the excellent “Platters, Act” series and a celebration of 10 years of TSP music!
Thanks to TSP and Revalation for a great single!
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Oct 29th, 9:17am
Today we’ve got a the return of The Womb to blocSonic with their 20th album! I’ve been following their music for a while and I have to say that this is simply the best album yet. They’ve somehow managed to keep Progressive Rock length songs from being soporific. In fact, this might be their most consistently catchy album, thus far. Add to that the quality of the mastering and production and what you have is a must hear, especially the 24-Bit version!
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Oct 25th, 12:01pm
With Volume 45 of the excellent netBloc series, I wanted to pay homage to my childhood home at 45 Old Orchard Ave, where my lifelong love of music first developed.
Growing up there, music figured large in my life. My earliest memories recall certain songs played in the home stereo that, to this day, remain some of my favorite music. Other memories feature my parents dancing during the disco era with that stereo playing disco hits.
My parents had a great collection of vinyl… both 45s and Read more …