Aesop Rock & Blockhead Reunite

2021-10-13 by Veldin | 15 Comments
“Aesop Rock and longtime musical ally Blockhead have announced the upcoming release of the collaborative album Garbology. Though the pair’s collaborative relationship stretches all the way back to when they were first starting out in the late ’90s, including Blockhead producing two of the most popular songs of Aesop’s back catalog (“Daylight” and “None Shall Pass”) as well as several features across each other’s releases, Garbology marks their first full-length release together.” - from Rhymesayers

A music video for the first single, “Jazz Hands”, was released today and can be viewed below along with the tracklist. “Garbology” will be released via Rhymesayers Entertainment on November 12, 2021.




1. The Only Picture
2. Jazz Hands
3. Wolf Piss
4. Legerdemain
5. Difficult
6. All the Smartest People
7. Oh Fudge
8. More Cycles
9. Flamingo Pink
10. All Day Breakfast (feat. Homeboy Sandman)
11. Fizz
12. That is Not a Wizard
13. The Sea
14. Abandoned Malls

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Lasssie
October 13th 2021
1217 Comments


HELL. YES!
Will never not be in the mood for some Aesop shit

nash1311
October 13th 2021
3173 Comments


Hell. yes. [2]

Song rules too

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ParoXysm
October 13th 2021
31 Comments


Spirit World Field Guide didn't have much replay value to me, hoping this one has more staying power.

Ebola
October 13th 2021
4164 Comments


let's goooo

MiloRuggles
Staff Reviewer
October 13th 2021
1582 Comments


!!!!!

ConcubinaryCode
October 13th 2021
5919 Comments


They make a good pair.

FadedSun
October 13th 2021
2795 Comments


Snatching a preorder from Rhymesayers. Can't miss this one!

Cryptkeeper
October 13th 2021
2018 Comments


Big fan of both these guys but this song does nothing for me. Aesop is way too loud over the beat and Blockhead does really little with it

Veldin
October 13th 2021
4571 Comments


The revolution will not have jazz hands

FadedSun
October 14th 2021
2795 Comments


Looking forward to hearing that track with Homeboy Sandman, too.

North0House2
October 14th 2021
6093 Comments


I like this but wtf is with the mixing?

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Deez
October 14th 2021
8343 Comments


Blockhead been stale for time

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Kompys2000
Contributing Reviewer
October 15th 2021
6464 Comments


High hopes for the album but the song is maybe disappointing and definitely a weirdass choice for a leadoff single. Hope the beats on the other songs go a little harder

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MiloRuggles
Staff Reviewer
October 15th 2021
1582 Comments


Love it, personally. One larger than life verse before finally letting the beat breathe, that's the fucking stuff.
I step into the room, split an arrow with an arrow
The first trick shot is just to show them that I dabble
I will not be aiming for the apple

SpinLightTwo
October 16th 2021
1067 Comments


The song teases with that beat drop a lot and despite wanting it earlier i think Aesop has a lot to say thats worth unpacking. good track.



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