Aesop Rock’s first solo full-length since 2012 is The Impossible Kid, and it swings and flows very fine indeed. The dude produced the whole record as well as carrying off the MC duties, and he shows his indie credentials by name-checking Einsturzende Neubauten and The Peel Sessions. The vinyl edition is pressed to 1 green and 1 pink LP, and both vinyl and CD come with a double-sided poster.
- Double LP £18.99
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- 0826257021311 / Green and neon pink coloured vinyl 2LP + poster in die-cut sleeve on Rhymesayers
- Includes download code
8/10 Jack Customer review, 10th February 2017
This album is sweet. Very few artist can come out with new stuff towards the later years of their career and have it be just as good as some of their earlier stuff and at the same time make it sound new and fresh rather than more of the same old stuff. Aesop sounds just as hungry now as he did when he was younger rather than sounding like an old emcee who's trying to bring back the glory days to pay the bills. There is a lot here, so it will keep you coming back and you will keep discovering something new.
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