Death Doesn’t Want You is the new album by Esh The Monolith and Arc released a few days ago and together they made a video for “Needle In Panic Park”, which may make a few of you say “oh really?” I’m not shitting you, my friend.
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FREE MP3 DL: Esh & Arc’s “Animal Farm”
While Esh The Monolith has a new album ready to release in january called Death Doesn’t Want You, he and Arc wanted to share with you a song made during the same sessions. It’s not on the album but he figured hey, it’s good enough to share to fans so have a listen to “Animal Farm”.
VIDEO: Esh & Arc’s “Live It Up (‘Til The Buzz Dies Down)”
Xander Hayes directed this new one by Esh (The Monolith) and Arc as a means to promote their forthcoming album, Death Doesn’t Want You (AR Classic), their first as a duo. It’ll be out on January 22nd but get a taste of what’s to come right now.
VIDEO: Esh & Arc’s “Werewolves Anonymous”
You know of that Esh guy, you know, the Monolith? That guy, and you may also know of that Arc guy as well. They released an EP last year called Nightworks and this is one of its videos, directed by Matt Watkins. This is one of those songs where you may end up saying “wow, nice to hear hip-hop still sounding like this.”
Esh has another project due out next week, this time an album as Loop Minded Individuals serving as one half of that collective, the album is called A Hitchhiker’s Guide To A Verse and you may find out more by clicking here.
REVIEW: ESH The Monolith & Arc’s “Nightworks” (EP)
With every project ESH The Monolith comes out with, it feels like you’ve been through a half marathon and you may feel exhausted and drenched. He does it again in this new collabrative EP with producer The Arcitype (b/k/a Arc), and as ESH says in “Hertz Donut”, “it hurts, don’t it?” Get it?
Nightworks is an EP featuring wicked lyrics done with a sick flow, written and performed by someone who does things as a supreme battle rapper, one who will continue to battle you even if he has won or lost the fight. Arc’s production is incredibly tight too, and with some help from Romen Rok, Fran-P, and Ceschi, this is a project that deserves a lot of attention. If these five songs do not result in a full length album, I don’t know. There must be more and if not, make more, gunfunnit.