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by Aesop Rock x Blockhead

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Olo still partial to the wrong crowd, sorry mom Favorite track: Legerdemain.
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Klose1 Amazing album, excellent writing and dope beats as usual from Blockhead. I hope you two do another project in the future. This is great! Favorite track: Difficult.
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Crustacean Pusface It's hard to name my favorite track, this ones up there though.

This album to me is a true musical classic. Aesop has outdone himself on this one, truely came to me at the perfect time. The aesthetic, concepts, flows, sonics. Everything.
I noticed a massive improvement in his cadence's energy matching what he's talking about - which for me I felt like was slightly lacking in the previous 3 projects or so.

Refreshing, a true milestone in his musical career to me. Thank u dearly for this one! Favorite track: That is Not a Wizard.
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Jazz Hands 03:24
Wolf Piss 03:32
Legerdemain 04:32
Difficult 04:05
Oh Fudge 03:02
More Cycles 04:08
Fizz 04:37
The Sea 04:09


After over 20 years of collaboration, which also birthed Aesop’s two most popular songs to date (“Daylight” and “None Shall Pass”), Garbology is the first Aesop Rock album fully produced by Blockhead.

Garbology came together over the course of the pandemic, as well as in the midst of Aesop processing the loss of a close friend in January of 2020, resulting in a period of time of feeling uncreative. Looking back, Aesop recalls, “The world got real weird during those months. I knew at some point I had to get back to making something. Make a beat. Draw a picture. Write. Just go. But the idea of making a beat felt like math homework, and drawing is just so hard. Writing is hard too, but at some point I had to pick one.”

With writing as the chosen path, Aesop hit up Blockhead to send over some beats. At the beginning there wasn’t a plan for an album, or any particular plan beyond creating some songs. However, it didn’t take long for one song to become a few, then a handful, until finally an album was born.


released November 12, 2021


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