Aesop Rock Discusses Plans for Weathermen Album, Tour
New York, NY-- In this newly-released interview with Aesop Rock, recorded at 2008 Treasure Island Music Festival, the New York emcee reveals plans for a full-length album and tour with his group, The Weathermen. In addition to A-Rock, the underground supergroup comprises Tame One, Cage Kennylz, Yak Ballz, El-P, and Breeze Brewin.
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