Charlie's Bar and Kitchen is having its world famous rooftop Seafood feast. What do you get when you mix the best cocktails in the city, with Shrimp, mussels, fish, clams, calamari, crab, potato salad, corn, and salads, while watching a gorgeous sunset off of one of the best views imaginable from the top of The Clock Tower?

EPIC FEAST would be my choice of words.



The good people of Charlie's Bar & Kitchen know how to do things right. We're already big fans of Monday night $.50 chicken wings, and Taco Tuesday (wait, it's Tuesday today) not to mention their no bullshit brunch and the monthly event in which we get to listen to our good pal - DJ Menyu concoct his magical playlists for us.

Join us this Saturday, August 26 from 6-9 PM. Limited Tickets are available online and in the restaurant and include access to the roof, the food, and your first drink! Hurry up!  Call (718) 684-2338 or email for details.



It’s not always good to be the first. But, when it comes to media, it usually is. The Blox team, 'AKA media mavericks with cheek', has been the first when it comes to being a creative force in modern digital media in The Bronx, New York. The first to introduce a barrage of videos on various topics and with local talent. The first to present motion graphics, green screen shenanigans, and run & gun style of filming. The first to go live on social media and the first to be live on FB for 24-hours. We were the first, and still the only, to push the envelope with disruptive content that represents the local demographics by, well, telling it like it is. We’re also the first to use conceptualized creative content to promote businesses, organizations, and events.

We see you following our steps, wink wink.

Do you think super creative videos, edgy graphic campaign, and ballsy activations, all created by local talent is going to be useful in promoting your interest? Well, first of all - YES! But, since you asked; Here’s a case study from our collaboration with The Bronx Brewery on the Summer Done Right event series in July-august 2017.

The conversation with the marketing team at the Brewery revealed the need to je ne sais quoi - more Bronxness and more revenue. So the way we approached that was by addressing the following:

  1. Increase pre-sale numbers
  2. Increase participation & engagement
  3. Be clear on the details by addressing issues such as commute and ticket price
  4. Enhance diversity and no pretentiousness
  5. Blast up the Dope level AF
  6. Introduce top level local talent
  7. Bring top local vendors

The good people at The Bronx Brewery are great partners, and once the ‘story’ was in line with their M.O, they had an entirely open mind on our unique ‘BLOX’ style of execution. And, so it begins. (the below is a mere selection - we've actually made more than 20 videos, created over 150 graphics, and took more than 3000 pictures.)

Tae Does it right from Round Seven on Vimeo.

Percocet from Round Seven on Vimeo.

Future BXB from Round Seven on Vimeo.

Basta does Summer Right from Round Seven on Vimeo.

Bxb Harlem from Round Seven on Vimeo.

Dj Menyu from Round Seven on Vimeo.

Lord finesse from Round Seven on Vimeo.

2nds from Round Seven on Vimeo.








In conclusion. Know the value of BRANDED CONTENT, and make sure to upgrade your online visibility. And, hit us up for GOOD TIMES...



The Bronx Brewery’s Summer Done Right Series has been off to a hot start. The first 2 parties, on June 24th and July 22nd respectively, saw hundreds of attendees from New York City and the surrounding areas come through The Backyard for an all day festival of music, community, culture, food, and beer. Attendees enjoyed a lineup of live performances including a headlining set both nights from Lord Finesse who curated the recurring lineup of DJ’s and bands. The music wasn’t the only reason to spend a full day in The Bronx Brewery’s Port Morris Backyard - there was plenty to eat including Harlem’s own Dinosaur Barbecue, local food truck Mott Haven On The Go, and the soon-to-open fresh juice purveyor, Born Juice.  Entertainment was MC’ed by local media company Blox TV, who joined The Bronx Brewery as a partner for the event. They brought several hosts, who took turns entertaining the crowd before and after performances with comedy bits, beer-selfies and experiential activations that lasted throughout the day portion of the event. When the sun fell behind the train tracks, a completely different scene took hold directly in front of the DJ booth, where Nina Azucar first, and then Lord Finesse turned the scene into an old school Boogie Down.  The event series (unfortunately) comes to a finale on August 12th, when we will see much of the same in The Bronx Brewery Backyard - only with better music, more food, the same great beer and more summertime experiences that you’ll have to come to find out. You can get more information and buy presale tickets at where you can grab $10 tickets rather than waiting it out for the $15 ones sold at the door.



Let’s travel “Up the Blox”!

Tyler “PSwitch” Dow and TheBLOX TV are headed to The Bronx Brewery’s OPENING DAY PARTY!

Check out, this “lit” party with great vibes, live music, beer, and pizza!