Aesop Rock - Dorks

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"Dorks" is the third official single from Aesop Rock's album, "The Impossible Kid" out NOW on Rhymesayers Entertainment. 

Aesop Rock
Rob Sonic
Donovyn Collins

Production Company: Bent Image Lab (Portland, Oregon)
Director: Rob Shaw
Executive Producer: Ray DiCarlo
Producer: Robert A. D'Esposito
DP: Rodrigo Melgarejo
Editor: Michael Ward
Art Director: Emily Yurek
Prop Master: Jade Harris
FX Makeup: Jade Harris
Gaffer: Efrem Peter
Swing: Lane Clark
Swing: Jordan Kronquist
Character Design: Jesse McManus
Character Design: Monique Ligons
2D Animator: Kamela Heyward
Stop Motion Animator: Rob Shaw
Compositor: Barna Howard
Colorist: Orland Nutt
Set PA: Karen Zack
Set PA: Janie Faison



NY underground rap stalwart Aesop Rock dropped his solid seventh album, The Impossible Kid, last week. The album has a very dark undercurrent, and “Dorks” is one of its bleakest tracks. Its video is just as dark, starting with a mysterious black-gloved figure pulling out a “missing” flier with the rapper’s picture on it before he raps “Question, if I were to die in my apartment like a rat in a cage/ Would the neighbors smell the corpse before the cat ate my face?” He then proceeds to handle a snake, mix a potion with his own blood and hair in a cauldron, and watch a half antelope/half bear creature inhale the mysterious criminal from the beginning. The loose narrative makes no sense, but the visuals are intriguing and the rhymes are tight as usual. Rob Show directs
-- Stereogum
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