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Aesop Rock - Skelethon

We can speculate, to be sure, of what happened in the five years between Aesop Rock’s last record and this one, and how much of what did happen made its way into Skelethon, and it had been a ...

Reviewed 28 October 2012 under Not So Live Music

Aesop Rock - None Shall Pass

None Shall Pass is conceptual, I'm sure of it, though the concept I've yet to penetrate. And in the crafting of this alleged concept, Aesop Rock has twisted together a claustrophobic, dark ...

Reviewed 2 October 2007 under Not So Live Music

DJ Krush - Stepping Stones; the self-remixed best

Stepping Stones is essentially a best-of and remix record in one. Taking songs from as far back as 1994's Strictly Turntablized, Krush collects and presents some of his best tracks — some ...

Reviewed 23 January 2007 under Not So Live Music

Aesop Rock - Bazooka Tooth

If I'd been given a chance to listen to this CD before I bought it— (the listening post at HMV was broken) —then chances are I wouldn't have.

Reviewed 17 November 2003 under Not So Live Music

Mr. Lif - Emergency Rations

I bought this EP on the same day that I bought the Aesop Rock album. The person who sold me this CD didn't seem to want to be black. There are seven songs in toto, excluding the obligatory hip hop ...

Reviewed 2 September 2003 under Not So Live Music

Aesop Rock - Labor Days

I first heard Aesop Rock when he and M.F. Doom both rhymed over a Prefuse 73 track on the Vocal Studies and Uprock Narratives album. I was intrigued by both rappers and was determined to track ...

Reviewed 1 September 2003 under Not So Live Music

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