Jan 23rd, 8:18am
Things have been rather quiet here at blocSonic over the past couple months. I decided to hunker down and get on with trying to wrap up work on the new website. However, to tide you over, here’s a new fortyFive by by Marco Mestichella, for you to enjoy!
Thanks to Marco, Joe Rodwell and Claudia Heidegger for the great new music!
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Jan 2nd, 9:21am
I want to start off by wishing a very Happy New Year to each and every one of you! 2014 was a hell of a year here at blocSonic, packed with great music… and we’ve got more where that came from. A new website is on the way, hopefully within the next couple months. New members of the blocSonic family working on music for you in the coming months. Existing members also cooking up new music. On top of all that, there’ll be more surprises along the way! I Read more …
Dec 30th 2014, 9:08am
Today I’m very happy to be able to present to you, In a Garden of Fools, the third and final EP of Dr. Mindflip’s 2014 EP series!
Dr. Mindflip, along with the help of Aidan Guilfoyle, Séan Kenny, Tommy Wiseau & Stephen Spies, has once again put together a memorable collection of songs featuring his unique brand of recorded madness. With mastering by Richard Dowling at Wav Mastering, the Mindflip has never sounded so good!
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Dec 19th 2014, 8:17am
Today we’re very happy to present to you the music of Marco Mestichella! Originally from Italy and now based out of London, Marco brings you his ‘Ill-Pop’ sound along with co-producer, Bristolian arranger/composer Joe Rodwell. Ill-Pop can best be described as a blend of trip-hop, soft-rock, retro-pop and cinematic soundtracks. However you describe the sound, Marco & Joe deliver some great music and we’re thrilled to welcome them as blocSonic fam. In January we’ll have Read more …
Dec 16th 2014, 9:04am
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 or press. They only wanted to write music, play shows and maybe release a 7 inch. Whenever they performed, they were always asked “where the fuck did you guys come from”?
Influenced by Read more …