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, blocSonic always sets out to hammer home the message that FREE music doesn’t equate with a lack of quality. The reasons artists release their art for free are varied, but Read more …
Oct 21st, 9:48am
Yo! We’ve got something very special for you… today we’ve got the second single from The Impossebulls’ dope new album Everything Has Changed; Nothing Is Different! Some of you may recall a little hip-hop group from the 80s and 90s that went by the name of Run-DMC… of course you do… well… the “A-Side”, “Road Warriors” features the Bulls rocking the mic along with none other than Devastating Mic Control aka DMC! Yeah, yeah, I talk too much… I know… I never shut up… I’ll Read more …
Oct 13th, 10:26pm
Back in the early noughts, Public Enemy’s Chuck D formed the world’s first virtual rap squad called The Impossebulls from a group of talented fans who frequented PE’s online forum, the Enemy Board. In 2004, the Bulls released their sophomore album, “Slave Education”, to retail via Chuck D’s SLAMjamz Records. In partnership with SLAMjamz, blocSonic recently re-released this under-appreciated album in our special Xtended Edition deluxe format with a second disc packed Read more …
Oct 7th, 9:17am
Next week, The Impossebulls, SLAMjamz & blocSonic will be dropping the incredible new album Everything Has Changed; Nothing Is Different. Until then, we’ve got the brand new single “The GetBack” b/w “And Then There Were Two”!
As usual, the single is packed with that good stuff. “The GetBack”, a song that was conceptualized by Public Enemy’s Chuck D, is an incredibly fresh one which, of course, features The Hard Rhymer along with C-Doc, Tah Phrum Duh Bush & Marcus Read more …
Oct 3rd, 8:33am
Ten years ago, almost to the day (October 12th, to be specific), The Impossebulls released their sophomore album, Slave Education. It ended up being the flagship release of the re-launch of Chuck D’s SLAMjamz Records, so it was being released via a new distribution partner. Somehow, someway, the distributor pressed up a significant number of copies of the new album using a master of their first album!? How they got a hold of that master is anybody’s guess. Regardless, Read more …