Doomtree Lays Down Massive Daytrotter Session


Everyone’s favorite Midwestern hip hop collective just recorded an epic session with the lovely folks over at Daytrotter.  Take a listen and download the beats and words here.

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Live Video: P.O.S., Dessa, Astronautalis, F. Stokes

As F. Stokes took the stage at Friday’s sold-out show at the High Noon he made sure that crowd knew “hip-hop is alive and well in Madison.”  I don’t think the crowd needed much convincing.  Before the start time of 10pm all of the tickets had been bought up, and people had to be turned away in droves. (Pssst…buy your tickets in advance!)
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Dessa Chats With The A.V. Club


“With the release of Dessa‘s A Badly Broken Code, all of the five MCs in the talent-rich Twin Cities rap collective Doomtree finally have solo albums under their belts. Dessa infuses the group’s signature underground hip-hop with the lyrical prowess of a slam poet and the melodic ear of a torch singer, bringing a new voice to the testosterone-dominated world of rap…”

Read Jack Spencer’s full A.V. Club interview with Dessa here.

***Wanna see her live?  You’re in luck, because she’ll be in Madison supporting P.O.S. alongside F. Stokes and Astronautalis this Friday, March 19th at The High Noon Saloon. ***

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Video From TEN, Our New Years Eve Party Featuring Kid Sister, Doomtree, F. Stokes, Dirty Disco Kidz and more!

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Women MCs, A Letter From Dessa: Politics, Pleasure, And Art

Two of our talented female New Years headliners: Kid Sister and Dessa, are skilled in spinning, writing, and rhyming.  Unfortunately for the masses, the hip hop and electronic music industries tend to be male playgrounds.  We’re proud to host these self-defined artists, and hope you will support them as well.  In response to an internal conversation about this party, Dessa wrote the following letter to our readers to share a bit about her experience as a female MC .


My membership in Doomtree has been the largest single factor in my career as a hip hop artist. I make music with with smart, funny, good-hearted guys who aren’t particularly concerned with the fact that I’m a woman. So my gender hasn’t played a very large role in my process of making music.  My gender has, however, affected the presentation of that music.