Aesop Rock: Skelethon (Rhymesayers, 7/10/12)
“Zero Dark Thirty”
Aesop Rock: “Zero Dark Thirty”
Indie-rap standout Aesop Rock presents another motley blend of allusions, metaphors, and symbols, this time with heavy lyrical themes. Handling the production himself, Aesop imbues the album with a rock slant, fusing his beats with prickly urgency and throbbing grooves.
18 thoughts on “ALARM’s 50 Favorite Albums of 2012”
Where did Deftones KOI MO YOKAN go?
Where did the “MO” come from?
@kerim I was thinking the same thing…
Kerim, that and the Swans album were supposed to be in the honorable mentions. I’m not sure why they vanished. Thanks!
Disco Machine Gun – Art Thieves and Diamond Smugglers.
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vodka y ayahuasca!!! vacán!!!
A great list to help guide me into new musical waters.
empty like all the “new wave of music”, fuck I hate 2012!
i do respect messugah and koloss
No Swans? 🙁
I do believe that La Dispute Wildlife should be on there…Jordan and gang are so uniquely awesome.