Forming in early 1995, H Block 101 soon gained recognition as one of the more energetic bands to come out of what was a seemingly dull music circuit.
Playing distinctively untrendy late 70s influenced punk rock, H Block 101 also mixed in alot of other influences ranging from reggae to soul and back no rules or boundaries. From the start the band wanted to say something with their music and the socially aware lyrics lay testimony to this.
Between 1995 and 1999, H Block 101 went on to release 2 eps, 2 7" vinyls and 2 albums independently. 2000 saw the band sign to Universal Records for the release of 3 eps and a double album. 2005 sees H Block 101 join the Resist roster to release The H Block 101 Tapes 1996 99, a CD comprising of the A Voice In The Crowd ep, the long out of print No Room For Apathy CD, Synergy ep plus 8 bonus tracks.