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05.24.15 Shakopee, MN Canterbury Park

Soundset 2015: Atmosphere w/ Evidence, Hail Mary Mallon, Brother Ali, Aesop Rock, Dj Abilities, Dilated Peoples, deM atlaS, J.Cole, Ice Cube, Big Sean, Ludacris, Logic, Yelawolf, Clockwork Indigo (Flatbush Zombies & The Underachievers), Vic Mensa, Dessa (of Doomtree), DJ Jazzy Jay, Hopsin, Smif-N-Wessun (20 Year Anniversary of Dah Shinin'), DJ Babu, Freddie Gibbs & Madlib, Vince Staples, Watsky, DJ Eclipse, DJ Supreme, B.Dolan, Father, SonReal, G.L.A.M., Chester Watson, Sa-Roc, Sean Anonymous, Manny Phesto, Freez with DJ Willie Shu, SET THE SMITH, DJ Lean Rock, DJ Stage One, DJ Adatrak, and DJ Str8reppin.
11 AM, All Ages, $62 - $140 | ON SALE 3/7 at 11 AM CST, Facebook Event

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  • Nov 28th 2014
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Aesop Rock: AesopRock.com | 900Bats | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram
Rob Sonic: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram
DJ Big Wiz: Twitter

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After years of performing live together and appearing on each other’s solo albums, critically acclaimed mc’s/producers Aesop Rock and Rob Sonic, along with DJ Big Wiz, come together as Hail Mary Mallon and deliver their Rhymesayers debut Are You Gonna Eat That?. The name and album title are inspired by Mary Mallon aka Typhoid Mary, the first person in the U.S. identified as a healthy carrier of the pathogen associated with typhoid fever. Mary Mallon was presumed to have infected 53 people, three of whom died, over the course of her career as a cook. She spent three years in quarantine, which is where she died.

Are You Gonna Eat That? is full of powerful dense production and witty word play courtesy of Aesop Rock and Rob Sonic. Add some turntable wizardry from DJ Big Wiz and this trio is destined to be as infectious as Typhoid Mary herself.