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Ram It Up Their Snout by Astrometrics

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Released:November 27th, 2015

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Almost nine years since we launched the series and closing in on fifty volumes, our netBloc series remains a unique listening experience in the world of music. As it is, the #ccmusic / #netlabel community is one in which music’s primary purpose remains music itself… fame and wealth remain secondary or, for many artists, completely unthought of concerns. The netBloc series retains it’s unique position in this close-knit and friendly community as a dependable source for discovering real gems that aren’t hemmed in by boundaries and genres that the mainstream tries hard to reinforce.

This time around we continue as we’ve always done and give you a selection of incredible songs that reinforce the fact that our community is truly where living, breathing music is happening. This simply isn’t mass-produced music product made for profiteers.

Thirteen songs deep, this collection of incredible tunes also includes a taste of our own Ant The Symbol’s forthcoming album Tempus Fugit, our 50th original album release, which we’re getting set to drop on December 8th!

As I’ve said plenty of times before, thank you so very much to all participating artists and labels. This series couldn’t happen without you!

Of course, thanks once again to you for downloading & listening. We always strive to deliver the music you’ll love. Please spread the word about blocSonic, if you enjoy what we do. Remember… everything we release is cool to share! Always keep the music moving… share it… blog it… podcast it!

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narcissus on 10/04/16 at 01:02AM
Really like the vocals and the chiptune-y thing going on. Good stuff!
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