Cutside – Point Of No Return

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Cutside

“Point Of No Return”

In March of 2016, we were all introduced to a formidable trip-hop producer hailing from Crimea and going by the name of Cutside. His blocSonic debut EP Paramnesia made a lasting impression with his sophisticated and powerful sound. Today he returns with a long player that’ll knock your teeth out and laugh at you.

The instant that you’re barraged by the artillery beats and Unkle Rasta’s menacing rhymes of track 1 “Welcome To Reality”, you come to the conclusion that you’re listening to something very special. That feeling remains throughout. “Point Of No Return”, indeed.

Bump it loud… and enjoy.

Massive thanks goes out to Cutside, Unkle Rasta, Viktor Van River, Sgt. Penarlaster & Lion for such a dope album!

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! If you’re in radio… support independent music and broadcast it!

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Aitanna77 – Any Place But Here

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Aitanna77

“Any Place But Here”

Tracks list:

Educational Archive I (Intro)
No Hidding Place
Dark Lullabies
Harvest Of Shame
Educational Archive II (Take Something)
3 AM
X-Ray Film
Mistery Of Time
Feel Like Crying
Any Place But Here
Carefully
Summer Solstice Transistor
Educational Archive III (Biofeedback)
This Year, Next Year, Sometime
Marco Polo Street
The Sword And The Flute
Educational Archive IV (Health Triangle)
Walk Away
Erasing Memories

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Dubrajah – Reprise

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Dubrajah

“Reprise”

Our first release of 2017 and the second one on the label by the Russian social anthropologist and ethnomusicologist Sergey Gabbasov and his project Dubrajah is coming your way. You already know his release from year 2014 entitled “Enkang”, though which we discovered the artist’s ability to fuse a deep digital dub style with organic sounds, traditional African melodies and chants from the people of Maasai, Datooga, Hadza, Pemba and Zanzibar tribes.

The new album entitled “Reprise” uses the same musical recipe, but with different ingredients. It was recorded last year in Russia, Nepal and India and includes 8 new tracks by the Russian artist. By this album Dubrajah delivers his returning to the start and principal point of his researches – to Asia. Using sampled sounds from India, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Mongolia, we are led into a magnificent dub journey through Asia. New sounds and vibrations, new destinations and inspirations!

All tracks recorded in Jaisalmer (India), Sauraha (Nepal) and Moscow (Russia) in March/November 2016. Photography by Sergey Gabbasov.

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Beat Keller & Darius Ciuta – (n​)​nuotrauka

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Beat Keller & Darius Ciuta

“(n​)​nuotrauka”

Beat Keller – feedbacker electric guitar
Darius Ciuta – sw radio, objects, inside piano sounds

Recorded in May 2016

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Remix – Us

Remix Us!

blocsonic.com wants your remix!

Hey producers… music artists… remixers… we want you!

Whenever we have artists getting ready to release new music and they want to put out a public call to get some talented folks included on those releases, information and remix kits will be posted right here. This is an ongoing thing… if nothing grabs you right now… check back regularly!


Herr Doktor – Time for Love

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Herr Doktor

“Time for Love”

Retrowave LP by Brazilian Portuguese project Herr Doktor. Split release with Illuminated Paths and Future City Records.
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Alkor – Where tomorrow ends

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Alkor

“Where tomorrow ends”

It’s Alkor. No need to say anything more! Always producing professional work, with amazing quality and depth, and Where tomorrow ends is no different.

Check Alkor’s previous releases on Kahvi and listen from start until finish and you’ll hear a clear theme throughout, but also an evolution of sound.

Where tomorrow ends is a great blend of epic sounds, layered and subtle, with detailed beats and ambience. Certainly a welcome addition to the collection!

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Csum and Sacha Rush – Portable

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Csum and Sacha Rush

“Portable”

Well-structured selection of rhythms, noises and melodies synthesized by the collective consciousness of two authors that were connected through the HTTP wires. Sampling is in their blood, whereas glitch for them is a well of wonderful inspiration. The final result of distant virtual interaction is a portable album of synthetic music of the third millennium.
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Wings of an Angel – An Anthem For No Country But Myself

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Wings of an Angel

“An Anthem For No Country But Myself”


Gassman – Violet taste

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Gassman

“Violet taste”

If we talk about versatile electronic music, “Violet Taste” EP by Gassman has all those characteristics that makes it stand out; from its elaboration to its rythmic treatment, its bass lines, melodies, and voice and synthesizer samples. It’s such an intriguing trip with diverse nuances and hidden places that we can travel to different times from one moment to another. We swing in a multiple galaxy taken by the hand of a very accomplished producer. He openly challenges us to follow him in his musical path. As a whole, we hope to leave our referente to contribute to a scene already installed, one that the lovers of a good underground sound will know how to appreciate.

André Baradit Valparaíso, Chile 2017

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Various Artists – Sirona Mixtape #14

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Various Artists

“Sirona Mixtape #14 “

01 – For Lunar Dust – Fabulous Cat Queen
02 – Bachrodi – The Way It Was
03 – After Midnight Technically Tomorrow – Bitcrush On You
04 – Fred Daphne – SA Palms
05 – Circuit Demon – You Should Not Driving This Car
06 – Samuel Bone – Grusenbelt
07 – KargO – 3
08 – c4 – coaster
09 – Q – Peace
10 – Breakmaster Cylinder – Day Three (Meiji Shrine/Harajuku/Yoyogi Park)
11 – Television Sky – Do U Kno
12 – Konsumprodukt – 80s are back for a while
13 – Masticx – Nina Sings No More
14 – Kamikaze Deadboy – All Hallows Eve
15 – Dawktah – Transistor
16 – Skoz – Sympho Nick
17 – Rhythum – Think Too Much
18 – Paradeigma – Rotation of 6 years (Outro)
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Incentive – Circumscribed

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Incentive

“Circumscribed”

Incentive – Circumscribed

1.r1e@Cd4n1e3g1s0ySc3 01:55
2.benzojam (21 bars mix) 10:57
3.papillon 04:57
4.belt knot 04:42
5.chubbick 07:46
6.idiwa 03:25
7.you know i would 04:23
8.deathwail 09:16
9.horselover fat 04:15
10.ghost 04:39
11.so it seems 07:54

Incentive – production, mixing, artwork
Chase Jackson – master engineer

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Air protection office & Hoopoe – The meeting

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Air protection office & Hoopoe

“The meeting”

This music is the first result from the collaboration between Air Protection Office and Hoopoe.
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MegaHast3r – Low Level Security

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MegaHast3r

“Low Level Security”

Formato: Ep digital
País / Ciudad: España / Barcelona
Fecha Publicación: Enero 2017
Genero: Electrónica
Estilo: Techno
Portada: René Navarrot

Canciones:
1. Low Level Security part 1
2. Low Level Security part 2
3. Madme Zozo
4. New Game

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Mr. Bitterness And The Guilty Pleasures – Songs From The Surveillance Age

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Mr. Bitterness And The Guilty Pleasures

“Songs From The Surveillance Age”

It’s been almost three years since we released the Xtended Edition of the excellent Mr. Bitterness album “The Good Fight” and here at blocSonic, expectations were running high for a new album that’s been in the works for quite a while. Well, with the release of “Songs From The Surveillance Age”, expectations have more than been met. This is unequivocally the best MB work yet. When you first approach it and see the six track count, you’re misguided into thinking that it’ll be a quick listen. Then you listen… and over forty-seven minutes later, you’re left stunned. Randal Helm aka MB couldn’t have been more relevant with the times we live in if he tried. I don’t want to give you any spoilers, but let’s just say that Inauguration Day felt like the most appropriate release date.

At blocSonic we’re working hard to build a platform to help our roster of artists increase their exposure to listeners who truly care about music. In that spirit, late 2017 will see us do more to get our music releases out to even more listeners. However, I can’t help but feel bad that important albums like this won’t be heard by a much wider audience. It’s all at once, well-written, catchy as hell and has something to say of substance. The simple matter is that it should be heard and blocSonic is very proud to release it. So, please, listen and enjoy. Don’t forget to share it with friends and family.

Huge thanks goes out to Randal Helm aka Mr. Bitterness And The Guilty Pleasures for entrusting the release of the important new album with blocSonic!

I wish the recent US Presidential election had gone a way that would have taken us a step toward making the themes in this incredible album a bit less relevant, however, unfortunately, this album became all the more relevant with the election of Trump. No more Balance of Power… Dark Days, indeed.

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! If you’re in radio… support independent music and broadcast it!

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Martin Fahy – …when my heart’s fire rages out of control…

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Martin Fahy

“…when my heart’s fire rages out of control…”

Philadelphia native Martin Joseph Fahy (1954-2016) was a prolific singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and performer, whose career spanned more than four decades. He touched numerous lives, and was loved by many.

The recordings presented here represent a small fraction of the man’s total creative output, which, had it been preserved in it’s entirety, would have filled volumes. This release was assembled to celebrate his life as an artist, and to mark his passing.

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Rasalasad – Thista Ep


V.A. – The Path

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V.A.

“The Path”

The Path is a collective work based on a drone by Marco Lucchi. The various artists have contributed a personal interpretation of it, creating a kaleidoscope of materials, sounds and shapes.
In this compilation: Marco Lucchi, Glenn Sogge, Walter Fini, Max Scordamaglia, Chris Lane, Filippo Panichi, Antonio de Braga, VictorYbril, Greg Hooper, Entangled Quantum, Philippe Neau, Jeff Gburek, Mean Flow, Vince Sangiorgio, lighthillvision, SpectrumShift, Samora, Res B., Adern X, {AN} Eel, mrscientificterms, In Vitro, M.Nomized, Astro Faros, Enten Hitti, Gaetano Fontanazza, NOx, P è n i n s o l a r, Sisto Palombella, Bicho Raro, Oystein Jorgensen.
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Nuno Adelaida – Amentia

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Nuno Adelaida

“Amentia”

The beautiful music of Nuno Adelaida. This is an EP of neo-classical music, essentially for piano. It works well with late evenings or quiet contemplation.
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Thomas Park – North Side Three Thirteen AM

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Thomas Park

“North Side Three Thirteen AM”

from Thomas Park:

Incidentally, this song fits both minimalist and “New Industrial” standards– I used only sounds I collected in my South Side apartment years ago, which I then processed and composed. The main sounds are from an old set of windchimes I had– also there are sounds of bedposts and other apartment accouterments. I wanted it to use sounds from the city, to sound like the city.

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