Album I Care About Today: Pigeon Hole’s ‘Age Like Astronauts’

Written by Rizoh. Posted in Music

Published on September 22, 2010 with No Comments

I love my Canadian readers. Once in a while, I find a way to kiss their ass, so here you go Canada.

Pigeon Hole consists of Sweatshop Union’s Dusty Melo and Marmalade. They released their debut, Age Like Astronauts, this summer with no fanfare. Considering that the album is alt-rap shredded to its poetic essence, I’ve highighted it hear for your listening delight. Age Like Astronauts sports features from Moka Only, D-Sisive, and Mos Eisley of Sweatshop Union. The track with Moka is one of the best on the CD (mp3 + instrumental under the hood). You can listen to the entire album below if you’re into these sorts of things.

<a href="">PIGEON HOLE &#8211; Age Like Astronauts by Sweatshop Union Presents</a>

DOWNLOAD Pigeon Hole – Looptape (feat. Moka Only & Itchy Ron)



Rizoh is the most powerful man in all the lands. He lives in Houston where he earned a BS in Nerf Herding. He's the founder of The Rap Up, the former editor of, and is in the Grammy-awaiting band Pervertable Disciples.

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