“Blocsonic” (Used 8 times)
msgiggles on 08/22/2017 at 07:18PM
So grateful I was able to connect and share the music of The Honorable Sleaze on my podcast through FMA. Rest in peace Sleaze.
msgiggles on 05/14/2015 at 01:07PM
I want to personally thank Blocsonic netlabel and all the artists of this label that allow me to share their music on my podcast. I really appreciate it.
cheyenne_h on 11/20/2014 at 11:15AM
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dvd on 07/19/2012 at 01:00PM
The lastest full-length release from Richmond, Virginia (RVA) area emcee/producer The Honorable Sleaze just dropped today thanks to our friends at blocSonic. Broad Street Boogie stays faithful to the underground aesthetic, mixing funk & soul samples with skilled production and hazy daze lyrics. Check out "Higher" for a taste, and if you dig it head on over to his artist page for lots more. When he's not making his own music, Sleaze runs the Just Plain Sounds netlabel.
Progolog on 03/10/2012 at 03:30PM
A new Blocsonic release that lit up my ultimate weekend playlist. mGee have published their release "Stand" containing only 2 tracks. In this case, this small release weights more heavier in it's sound. The two songs are currently running on heavy rotation and i think this ain't gonna change very soon.
"Let me introduce to you our fortyFive series of releases. fortyFives are our take on the classic 7" single format. An A side, a B side and tracks no longer than 6 minutes in length. Because of this, it’s the perfect format to allow us the freedom to quickly surprise you with new music any day of the week by any current or future artists. They send us the music, we quickly get it to you.
For this premiere fortyFive, we’ve got a little something by blocSonic’s founder and creator Mike Gregoire aka mGee. Later this year he’s serving as a guinea pig to test out a new hybrid release model with a two part album release, “Tourist Trap, Parts 1 & 2” (more details to come later this year). Until then, he plans on releasing the occasional fortyFive for you to enjoy.
On this one you’ll find a brand new track called “Stand” which samples the great Josh Woodward song “Let It In” and a remastered and updated version of the first track he released via mgee.blocsonic.com back in 2010, “Kick It Along The Transit Line (fortyFive Version)”.