I’m still trying to adjust to Aesop Rock’s flow dropped over such organic, minimal instrumentation. After hearing him decimate over such crafty beats on Skelethon this one is gonna need a good few go rounds to digest. That’s not a bad thing necessarily, especially when the rest of 2013′s output thus far has been so [...]
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March 5th, 2013 · No Comments · aesop rock, the uncluded
February 12th, 2013 · No Comments · 2013 releases, aesop rock, the uncluded
Well, this is interesting. Kimya Dawson and Aesop Rock have teamed up to create their 16-track debut under the name The Uncluded. Hokey Fright is out May 7th via Rhymesayers. You can stream “Earthquake”, a track led by Dawson and an acoustic guitar that quickly segways into Aes dropping lines over sunny pop instrumentation like [...]
January 1st, 2013 · No Comments · aesop rock
The creator of my favorite album of 2012 kicked off the new year by dropping the unreleased song “Hall of Game”, which was produced by Blockhead and recorded somewhere between the Float / Labor Days era.
December 10th, 2012 · No Comments · aesop rock
Aesop Rock debuted a new video for the Zavala remix of Skelethon’s “Cycles to Gehenna”. I’ll be taking every excuse I can get to throw up some more love for this album.
August 21st, 2012 · No Comments · aesop rock
Spoiler alert, if I had to pick my album of the year right now, it’d be Aesop Rock’s latest album Skelethon. It’s an uncompromising onslaught from one of the game’s most steadfast MC’s and it might be his shining achievement, one that finally uproots Labor Days as his best. Now that I’ve made my bias [...]