Blockhead – Free Sweatpants – The Instrumentals [Instrumentals] [2019]

Blockhead – Free Sweatpants – The Instrumentals [Instrumentals]
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01. Dream On (Instrumental)
02. Slippery Slope (Instrumental)
03. Kiss The Cook (Instrumental)
04. Rock’em Sock Hop (Instrumental)
05. Frank (Instrumental)
06. Weeping Willow (Instrumental)
07. Deeperstill (Instrumental)
08. By Myself Meeting (Instrumental)
09. Be Safe (Instrumental)
10. Favorite Chair (Instrumental)
11. Tinder In The Time Of Cholera (Instrumental)
12. Let Them Eat Hate (Instrumental)
13. Blue Veil (Instrumental)
14. Make American Gape Again (Instrumental)
15. All Through The House ft. billy woods & Curly Castro [BONUS]
16. Kiss The Cook (Televangel Remix) ft. Aesop Rock & billy woods [Bonus]

(Preview)
Blockhead – Free Sweatpants – The Instrumentals

There are two Blockheads.

There is the Blockhead that has been a fixture of the electronic music scene for more than since his 2004 Ninja Tune debut Music By Cavelight; putting out a string of critically acclaimed albums and touring with everyone from Diplo to Amon Tobin and Kid Koala.

Then there is the rap producer Blockhead, whose collaborations with Aesop Rock-Labor Days, None Shall Pass– are part of indie hip-hop canon. The veteran who collaborated with luminaries like Cage, Illogic and Blueprint but also made memorable records with then little-known artists like Despot and billy woods early in their careers.

Free Sweatpants is the first time the two Blockhead’s connect, in what is really the most appropriate form. A mixtape-esque album that pairs his narrative-driven solo aesthetic with a team of rappers that thrive in Blockhead’s layered, melodic sound. On this instrumental version, instead comes with two EXCLUSIVE bonus tracks: One features Curly Castro & billy woods, and the other is a TELEVANGEL remix of “Kiss the Cook” featuring Aesop Rock & billy woods!

“It’s really something I have been wanting to do since way back in 2002 but then other things picked up and I just never got around to it” Blockhead explains, “but I felt like this was a good time for it. These are artists I actively listen to, so it was exciting to make just based on that.”