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Michael Gregoire’s Creative Commons Music Netlabel Moments 2009

Michael Gregoire is a graphic designer by day who has designed albums for Public Enemy and Chuck D's SLAMjamz record label. When not designing for his company he takes his life-long love for music and his love of good design to where he designs, packages and distributes both compilations of netaudio gems and original releases. Currently, blocSonic features a total of 29 free Creative Commons licensed releases containing a total of 316 tracks all available in high quality FLAC, 320kbs MP3 and 192kbs MP3 with complete album art and liner-notes!

Top-5 Songs 2009

Juanitos - "Hola Hola Bossa Nova"

Formula - "Weebles (Featuring Dabbla)"

March Rosetta - "Berlin Lights (Finistere)"

Marco Kalnenek - "Life On Ceres"

Diablo Swing Orchestra - "Heroines"

Top Netlabels 2009

Best CC Music Albums 2009...

...that blocSonic didn't release ;)

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  • Man, this is a yummy selection! Till now, one of my prefered charts so far! You folks at Phlow are crazy. Sweet stuff! Respect to all the creative commons music heads.

    I want more, can't wait!

    Gravatar of faustamente faustamente said on
    5. Dec 2009 at 2:06 am
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  • Interesting selection. I like all the different covered styles. "Life On Ceres" is great, reminds me of Steve Reich who I adore. I discovered some new music.


    PS: Only Diablo Swing Orchestra - "Heroines" is horrible.

    Gravatar of Brigitte Brigitte said on
    5. Dec 2009 at 2:09 am
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  • Great selection of songs!

    Gravatar of christian christian said on
    5. Dec 2009 at 11:01 am
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  • Hi Michael,
    Great to see someone else that likes Juanitos and The Diablo Swing Orchestra and all things Jamendo! I missed the Muha albums and didn't know about Paper Navy either so thanks for sharing those.


    Gravatar of Pete Cogle Pete Cogle said on
    5. Dec 2009 at 1:03 pm
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  • great job at blocsonic michael. keeping track of your work for long now. ;)

    Gravatar of applejux applejux said on
    9. Dec 2009 at 12:13 pm
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  • ops, nearly forget! nice to see wm recordings's marco on the top chart

    Gravatar of applejux applejux said on
    9. Dec 2009 at 12:14 pm
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  • Mike,

    Thanks for that selection. Definitely moorish! Diablo Swing Orchestra was stirring and innovative, Juanitos shook my money-maker and Formula built up a head of steam. March Rosetta and Marco Kalnenek didn't chime with me at first but they are sneakily enjoyable.

    Good netlabels and albums, too.

    The CC hip-hop head honcho comes good. :)

    Gravatar of Catching The Waves Catching The Waves said on
    10. Dec 2009 at 9:49 pm
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  • I meant "moreish". *sigh* Such ignorance...

    Gravatar of Catching The Waves Catching The Waves said on
    12. Dec 2009 at 9:23 pm
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