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2015

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Veröffentlichungen von Aesop Rock die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

Labor Days ¦ Float ¦ Garbology ¦ Lice

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Aesop Rock

Aesop Rock, mit bürgerlichem Namen Ian Mathias Bavitz (* 5. Juni 1976 auf Long Island, New York), ist ein US-amerikanischer Hip-Hop-Musiker aus New York.

Biografie

Aesop Rock steht seit seinem Album Labor Days von 2001 bei dem unabhängigen Label Def Jux unter Vertrag. Das Label steht für einen eigenen, oft düsteren, industriell-futuristischen Sound, wobei Aesop Rock musikalisch noch eher auf der zugänglicheren Seite steht. Die Texte sind geprägt von komplexer Metaphorik, die jedoch stets einem Leitfaden folgt. Das Themenspektrum ist breit und umfasst düstere urbane Visionen ebenso wie Geschichten über liebevoll gezeichnete Außenseiter der Gesellschaft oder Hip Hop-spezifische Themen. Oft finden sich Versatzstücke aus der Popkultur in seinem Werk wieder, was einen Kritiker des Boston Herald zu der Bemerkung veranlasste, „Listening to Aesop Rock is like taking your brain on a futuristic urban hell-ride through pop culture“. Das 2003 veröffentlichte Album Bazooka Tooth hat einen deutlich pessimistischeren Grundton und setzt sich unter anderem mit dem 11. September und der Ermordung des Hip Hop-Pioniers Jam Master Jay von Run DMC auseinander. Im Februar 2005 folgte die mit einem 80-seitigen Buch herausgegebene EP Fast Cars, Danger, Fire & Knives. Sein Album None Shall Pass erschien 2007.

Die Texte von Aesop Rock zeichnen sich durch eine besonders hohe Vielfalt an verwendeten Vokabeln aus.[1]

Aesop Rock ist Mitglied der Hip-Hop-Gruppen Hail Mary Mallon (zusammen mit Rob Sonic und DJ Big Wiz), The Weathermen (etwa zusammen mit Cage, El-P und Tame1), The Uncluded (zusammen mit Kimya Dawson), sowie Malibu Ken (zusammen mit TOBACCO)

Diskografie

Chartplatzierungen

JahrTitelHöchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartsChartplatzierungen[2]
(Jahr, Titel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
 US
2003Bazooka ToothUS112
(1 Wo.)US
2005Fast Cars, Danger, Fire and KnivesUS190
(1 Wo.)US
2007None Shall PassUS50
(4 Wo.)US
2009Felt 3: A Tribute to Rosie PerezUS131
(1 Wo.)US
Slug & Murs with Aesop Rock
2012SkelethonUS21
(2 Wo.)US
2016The Impossible KidUS30
(2 Wo.)US
2019Malibu KenUS176
(1 Wo.)US
Aesop Rock and Tabacco are Malibu Ken
2020Spirit World Field GuideUS54
(1 Wo.)US

Soloalben

  • 1997: Music for Earthworms
  • 2000: Float (Mush Records)
  • 2001: Labor Days (Definitive Jux)
  • 2003: Bazooka Tooth (Definitive Jux)
  • 2007: None Shall Pass (Definitive Jux)
  • 2012: Skelethon (Rhymesayers Entertainment)
  • 2016: The Impossible Kid (Rhymesayers Entertainment)
  • 2020: Spirit World Field Guide (Rhymesayers Entertainment)

EPs

  • 1999: Appleseed
  • 2002: Daylight EP (Definitive Jux)
  • 2005: Fast Cars, Danger, Fire and Knives (Definitive Jux)

Mixtapes, Remix-Alben und Instrumentals

  • 2003: Build Your Own Bazooka Tooth (Definitive Jux)
  • 2005: B-Sites & Rarities Vol. 1: 1999–2003
  • 2006: B-Sites & Rarities Vol. 2: 2003–2006
  • 2007: All Day: Nike+ Original Run (Continuous Mix) (Mix-Album in Zusammenarbeit mit Nike)
  • 2007: None Shall Pass – Instrumentals and Accapellas (Definitive Jux)
  • 2009: B-Sites & Rarities Vol. 3: 2006–2009
  • 2014: The Blob (Rhymesayers Entertainment)[3]

Hail Mary Mallon

  • 2011: Are You Gonna Eat That? (Rhymesayers Entertainment)
  • 2014: Beastiary (Rhymesayers Entertainment)

The Uncluded

Singles

  • 2001: Coma / Maintenance (12″; Definitive Jux)
  • 2001: Boombox / Kill ‘Em All Remix / Labor (12″; Definitive Jux)
  • 2001: Daylight / Night Light / Nickle Plated Pockets (12″; Definitive Jux)
  • 2003: Limelighters (12″; Definitive Jux)
  • 2003: Freeze / Greatest Pac-Man Victory In History (12”; Definitive Jux)
  • 2003: Easy / No Jumper Cables (12”; Definitive Jux)
  • 2004: All in All (Definitive Jux)
  • 2007: None Shall Pass / Puff Tuff (7”; Definitive Jux)
  • 2007: Coffee (CD; Definitive Jux)
  • 2012: Zero Dark Thirty (Rhymesayers Entertainment)
  • 2012: ZZZ Top (Rhymesayers Entertainment)
  • 2012: Cycles to Gehenna (Rhymesayers Entertainment)

Mit anderen Künstlern

  • 2000: Put Your Quarter Up (Molemen feat. MF Doom, Slug, Aesop Rock auf Ritual of the...) (Fat Beats)
  • 2001: Blacklist (Prefuse 73 feat. MF Doom, Aesop Rock auf Vocal Studies + Uprock Narratives) (Warp Records)
  • 2002: Delorian (El-P feat. Aesop Rock, Ill Bill auf Fantastic Damage) (Definitive Jux)
  • 2002: Innercity Hustle (Aesop Rock & L.I.F.E. Long auf The Bedford Files, Archives A/B (Compilation)) (Embedded)
  • 2002: Success (Mr. Lif feat. Aesop Rock auf I Phantom) (Definitive Jux)
  • 2002: Flesh (Remix) (Atmosphere feat. Aesop Rock, I Self Divine, Musab auf Godlovesugly / Flesh (Remix) / Bleed Slow (12”)) (Rhymesayers Entertainment)
  • 2003: Final Frontier (Remix) (RJD2 feat. Aesop Rock, MURS, Blueprint, Vast Aire auf The Horror (EP)) (Definitive Jux)
  • 2003: Happy Pills (MURS feat. Aesop Rock auf The End of the Beginning...) (Definitive Jux)
  • 2003: Love to Fu*k (S.A. Smash feat. Aesop Rock auf Smashy Trashy) (Definitive Jux)
  • 2003: Shut Down (Push Button Objects feat. Aesop Rock auf Ghetto Blaster) (Chocolate Industries)
  • 2004: Posse Slash (Vast Aire feat. Aesop Rock, Breez Evahflowin’, Poison Pen, Karniege auf Look Mom... No Hands) (Chocolate Industries)
  • 2004: Crooked (Evil Nine feat. Aesop Rock auf You Can Be Special Too) (Marine Parade)
  • 2004: Kill Switch (DJ Krush feat. Aesop Rock auf Jaku) (Columbia Records, RED Ink Records)
  • 2005: Preservation (Aesop Rock & Del Tha Funky Homosapien auf Wu-Tang Meets the Indie Culture) (Think Differently Music)
  • 2008: Dirt (Tobacco feat. Aesop Rock auf Fucked Up Friends) (Anticon)
  • 2009: Felt 3: A Tribute to Rosie Perez (Felt (Murs und Slug), Aesop Rock produzierte das gesamte Album) (Rhymesayers Entertainment)
  • 2014: Tom Shall Pass (als Aesop Waits, Mash-Up mit Songs von Tom Waits)
  • 2019: Malibu Ken (Aesop Rock and Tabacco are Malibu Ken)

Weblinks

Commons: Aesop Rock – Album mit Bildern, Videos und Audiodateien

Einzelnachweise

  1. The Largest Vocabulary in Hip Hop. Abgerufen am 28. Juni 2014.
  2. Aesop Rock in den US-Albumcharts (Billboard)
  3. The Blob auf Soundcloud (englisch)

Veröffentlichungen von Homeboy Sandman die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

Lice

Homeboy Sandman auf Wikipedia (oder andere Quellen):

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Angel Del Villar II[1] (born September 24, 1980[2]), better known by his stage name Homeboy Sandman, is an American rapper from Elmhurst, Queens, New York, United States.

Career

Homeboy Sandman recorded and released his first EP, Nourishment, in March 2007. His debut album, entitled Nourishment (Second Helpings), was released in August 2007.[3] In early 2008, Homeboy Sandman's work began to be featured on underground radio programs the Squeeze Radio Show on WKCR 89.9 FM and the Halftime Radio Program on WNYU 89.1 FM in New York. In June 2008, he was featured in Source Magazine's "Unsigned Hype" column.[4]

His second album, Actual Factual Pterodactyl was acclaimed upon its release in August 2008. The album received an entry in XXL's Chairman's Choice column, which praised Homeboy Sandman's "sharp lyrics and irresistibly melodic flow, which, together, form an elastic instrument few MCs can match."[5] Actual Factual Pterodactyl received critical acclaim in a multitude of other print and online publications, including Blender Magazine, Beyond Race Magazine, Okayplayer.com and MSN.com.[6] At the end of 2008, Homeboy Sandman was named "Best Hip Hop Act in NYC 2008" by New York Press.[7] Recently his music has received rotation on NYC's Power 105.1 FM and Hot 97.1 FM, the city's #1 Hip Hop and R&B radio station, as well as airplay on Spitkicker Radio (Channel 65 on XM Satellite Radio), DJ Premier's "Live From HeadQCourterz" (Sirius Satellite Radio's #1 ranked Hip Hop show) and BBC 1Xtra's Hip Hop M1X (Hosted by DJ Sarah Love).

In addition to his studio releases, Homeboy Sandman has garnered attention for his live performances. From January 2008 to August 2009, Homeboy Sandman served as the host of “ALL THAT! Hip Hop, Poetry and Jazz” at the Nuyorican Poets Café, New York City’s longest running open mic session (originally hosted by Hip Hop icon Bobbito García). He has performed at the biggest hip hop shows around the country, including the South by Southwest (SXSW) music festival in Austin, Texas, the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival in Brooklyn, New York, the Rock the Bells hip hop festival in Long Island, New York, the A3C Hip Hop Festival in Atlanta, Georgia and New York City's CMJ Music Marathon. Homeboy Sandman has recorded video interviews with other performers at his live shows, which are captured in his YouTube video series "Homeboy Sandman presents Live From..."[citation needed]

In addition to his own releases, Homeboy Sandman has appeared on records by other artists, frequently with members of the AOK Collective, with whom he is affiliated.[citation needed] He recently appeared on Fresh Daily's 2009 album The Gorgeous Killer: In Crimes of Passion and the 2008 album For Your Consideration released by P.SO (formerly P. Casso). Homeboy Sandman collaborated with both Fresh Daily and P.SO for the song "Get On Down," which is featured on Sonic Smash, the album released in 2009 by music producer DJ Spinna.[8] Homeboy Sandman has also laid down tracks for a series of features with RIDES Magazine.[9] The track that Homeboy Sandman created for the Loud.com challenge, "Gun Control," was cited as one of the Top 25 Songs of 2009 by Hot 97 DJ Peter Rosenberg.[10]

On June 1, 2010, Homeboy Sandman released his third album, The Good Sun, which features production from 2 Hungry Bros, Ski Beats, Thievin' Stephen, DJ Spinna, Psycho Les (The Beatnuts) and Core Rhythm, among others. The first single from The Good Sun was "Angels with Dirty Faces," produced by J57.[11] In September 2010, Homeboy Sandman released his first official video for The Good Sun for the track, "The Essence".[12]

In late 2010, Homeboy Sandman was featured as the coach in an episode of MTV's Made, which premiered in October 2010.[13]

In August 2011, Homeboy Sandman signed with Stones Throw Records and released his debut project, Subject: Matter EP, with the California-based record label on January 24, 2012. Homeboy Sandman released his second EP with Stones Throw Records, titled Chimera in April 2012 and on September 18, 2012 released his debut full-length LP with Stones Throw entitled First of a Living Breed. The album featured production from Oddisee, J57, 6th Sense, RTNC and long-time production partners 2 Hungry Bros., along with label mates Jonwayne and Oh No, amongst others.[citation needed]

In 2014, Homeboy Sandman released the EP, White Sands, which was produced by Paul White. Nate Patrin of Pitchfork commented that the producer and rapper had "a mutually beneficial set of styles" in a positive review.[14] In that year, Homeboy Sandman released the album, Hallways.[15]

In the wake of the Donald Sterling scandal, Homeboy Sandman wrote for Gawker an op-ed called "Black People are Cowards," which attracted more than 1.3 million views in the first seven days of its publication.[16]

In 2015, Homeboy Sandman released a collaborative EP with Aesop Rock, titled Lice.[17] In 2016, he released the album, Kindness for Weakness, which included Edan-produced "Talking (Bleep)".[18] In that year, he released a collaborative EP with Aesop Rock, titled Lice Two: Still Buggin'.[19]

In 2019, Homeboy Sandman announced he had signed a new deal with Mello Music Group[3][20] and released the new single "West Coast" produced by Aesop Rock to celebrate the new label signing.

Homeboy Sandman’s first album on Mello Music Group, “Dusty,” was released on October 18, 2019. Production was handled entirely by Mono En Stereo. Dusty garnered positive reviews from music critics. AllMusic writer Paul Simpson praised Mono En Stereo's soundscape of "laid-back, ambling jazz and funk grooves" for complimenting Sandman's "conversational, matter-of-fact rhymes" throughout the album, concluding that "Dusty is another winning set of pointed observations from Sandman, who effortlessly unloads his thoughts without seeming like a burden on the listener."

Homeboy Sandman followed up “Dusty” with his 2020 album “Don’t Feed The Monster” produced by Quelle Chris. “Don’t Feed The Monster” was listed in NPR’s top 50 albums of 2020.[21] Homeboy Sandman would later receive a pair of awards for music videos that accompanied the album. He received a UK Music Video award for “Monument” (directed by Pavel Buryak) in 2021 and later won Best Foreign Documentary at Rome Film Awards 2022 for Don’t Look Down Video (directed by Robert Mayer aka Photo Rob).[22]

At the beginning of 2021, Aesop Rock and Homeboy Sandman released their single “Ask Anyone,” which was featured on FIFA 21 soundtrack.[23] Following the release Homeboy Sandman announced his EP Anjelitu which was produced entirely by Aesop Rock. Released in August 2021, Anjelitu marked Homeboy Sandman’s third studio project on Mello Music Group. Okayplayer highlighted Anjelitu as one of the best Hip-Hop projects of 2021.[24] Pete Rock would later give praise to “Go Hard” from Anjelitu. At the end of 2021, Homeboy Sandman garnered unexpected attention after Doja Cat saluted the emcee as “One of my favorite rappers” on Instagram live.[25]

Homeboy Sandman's tenth studio album, There in Spirit, was released on February 25, 2022.[26] That same year, he released the mixtape I Can't Sell These for free on Bandcamp, due in part to an inability to clear the various samples used in the music. Music critic Robert Christgau soon hailed it as "the finest album of one of hip-hop's most prolific careers", giving it an "A" grade.[27]

Homeboy Sandman revitalized his acclaimed Anjelitu EP, by releasing the Anjelitu Deluxe which included two new tracks as well as Aesop Rock’s instrumentals from the project. In 2022, Rhymesayers released all three of Homeboy Sandman and Aesop Rock’s Lice albums on digital streaming platforms. Homeboy Sandman’s Deca-produced eleventh studio album “Still Champion” was released on November 11, 2022 following the pair’s 19-stop co-headlining tour. “Still Champion” reached #24 on the iTunes Hip-Hop charts and Riff Magazine included the project in their top 20 Hip-Hop albums of 2022.[28]

Personal life

Del Villar's father and mother were born in the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico respectively. His father boxed as a heavyweight before becoming an attorney.[29]

He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Arts degree and went on to accept a scholarship to attend law school before dropping out to focus on music.[29][30]

Discography

Albums

EPs

  • Nourishment (2007)
  • Subject: Matter (2012)
  • Chimera EP (2012)
  • Kool Herc: Fertile Crescent (2013) (w/ El RTNC)
  • All That I Hold Dear (2013) (w/ M Slago)
  • White Sands (2014) (w/ Paul White)
  • Homeboy Sandman Is the Sandman (2014) (w/ Blu)
  • Lice (2015) (w/ Aesop Rock)
  • Lice Two: Still Buggin' (2016) (w/ Aesop Rock)
  • Lice Three: Triple Fat Lice (2017) (w/ Aesop Rock)
  • Humble Pi (2018) (w/ Edan)
  • Anjelitu (2021) (w/ Aesop Rock)
  • There in Spirit (2022)

Mixtapes

  • There Is No Spoon (2008) (w/ DJ BabeyDrew)
  • Orphans (2013) (w/ DJ Jav)
  • Tour Tape (2015)
  • LoveLife (2017)
  • I Can't Sell These (2022)

Singles

  • "King of Kings" (2010)

Guest appearances

  • 2 Hungry Bros. - "Parallel Perpendicular" from My Crew's All Thinner (2009)
  • P. Casso - "Best in Show" from For Your Consideration (2009)
  • Fresh Daily - "Starter Pistol" from The Gorgeous Killer: In Crimes of Passion (2009)
  • DJ Spinna - "Thirst" (2009)
  • Mr. Beatz - "The Cipher" from Spit Therapy (2010)
  • Ciph Diggy - "Synchronized Rhymin" from Untitled Wave (2010)
  • Jonny October - "Brooklyn Bards" from The Wheelhouse (2010)
  • J-Live - "Fitness" from Undivided Attention (2010)
  • DJ Spinna - "Get On Down" from Sonic Smash (2010)
  • Mick Boogie x Terry Urban - "Intro" from Le Da Soul: 20 Years of De La Soul (2010)
  • J.J. Brown - "Up to No Good (Remix)" from Connect the Dots (2010)
  • Paul White - "A Weird Day" from Rapping with Paul White (2011)
  • Mr. SOS – "O!" from Cassette Verité (2011)
  • Illus - "Free" from For Adam (2011)
  • Blu & Exile - "The Great Escape" from Give Me My Flowers While I Can Still Smell Them (2012)
  • Gensu Dean - "Ramesses" (2012)
  • Evitan - "Let the Horns Blow" from Speed of Life (2012)
  • Jaq - "Hear This" from Escape from Radio Prison (2012)
  • Rabbi Darkside - "Clotheslines" from Prospect Avenue (2013)
  • Paper Tiger - "The Sting" from Laptop Suntan (2013)
  • Paul White - "Find a Way" from Watch the Ants (2013)
  • Blu and Nottz - "Crooks in Castles" from Gods in the Spirit (2013)
  • J-Live - "Hang On Tight" from Around the Sun (2014)
  • L'Orange - "Mind vs. Matter" from The Orchid Days (2014)
  • L'Orange and Jeremiah Jae - "Ignore the Man to Your Right" from The Night Took Us In Like Family (2015)
  • Until the Ribbon Breaks - "Perspective" from A Lesson Unlearnt (2015)
  • Deacon the Villain - "Little Drummer Boy" from Peace or Power (2015)
  • Finale - "Just Due" from Odds & Ends (2015)
  • The Difference Machine - "Smoke" from The 4th Side of the Eternal Triangle (2016)
  • Dillon & Paten Locke - "Hamsammich" from Food Chain (2016)
  • Sammus - "Weirdo" from Pieces in Space (2016)
  • Gensu Dean - "Where Is the Love" from RAW (Refined Alkaline Water) (2016)
  • Onry Ozzborn - "Wine" from Duo (2016)
  • Quelle Chris - "Pendulum Swing" from Being You Is Great, I Wish I Could Be You More Often (2017)
  • Billy Woods - "Wonderful" from Known Unknowns (2017)
  • Rob Sonic - "HORSE" from Latrinalia (2021)
  • Aesop Rock & Blockhead - "All Day Breakfast" from Garbology (2021)

References

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  2. ^ "Homeboy Sandman - Overview". AllMusic. Retrieved January 2, 2017.
  3. ^ a b HCamrone (February 8, 2022). "Homeboy Sandman – 'The Only Constant' [Review]". NOW Entertainment.
  4. ^ "The Source - Unsigned Hype June 2008" (JPG). Img685.imageshack.us.
  5. ^ "XXL Magazine - Chairman's Choice Jan/Feb 2009" (JPG). Img525.imageshack.us.
  6. ^ "News, reviews, interviews and more for top artists and albums – MSN Music". Msn.com.
  7. ^ "New York Press: Best Hip Hop Act in NYC 2008" (JPG). Img710.imageshack.us.
  8. ^ "DJ Spinna - "Get On Down" (Video) Ft. Fresh Daily, P.SO and Homeboy Sandman". Vimeo.com.
  9. ^ "Rides Magazine | Custom Cars, Donks, Rims & Car Culture". Rides Magazine.
  10. ^ "Homeboy Sandman - "Gun Control" (Hot 97 DJ Peter Rosenberg Top 25 of 2009)". Archived from the original on 2009-12-31.
  11. ^ "Audio: Homeboy Sandman "Angels with Dirty Faces"". Okayplayer.com. November 24, 2009.
  12. ^ "The Essence". Hiphopdx.com. Archived from the original on 2012-09-29. Retrieved 2014-09-04.
  13. ^ "MTV's MADE (Season 11) l Ep. 14 l Rapper (feat. Homeboy Sandman)". Mtv.com.
  14. ^ Patrin, Nate (February 25, 2014). "Homeboy Sandman: White Sands". Pitchfork. Retrieved January 2, 2017.
  15. ^ Bowdon, Beware (July 27, 2014). "Homeboy Sandman Checks The U.S. On "America, The Beautiful"". Uproxx. Retrieved January 2, 2017.
  16. ^ Sandman, Homeboy (April 28, 2014). "Black People are Cowards". Gawker. Archived from the original on April 29, 2014. Retrieved May 4, 2014.
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