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Still innovating after all these years

Dose's solo stuff doesn't get much better than this. If you liked skeleton repellent or Ha, you're going to love this. An artist who isn't afraid to evolve, Dose throws down almost none of the motormouth, stream-of-conscious raps he's known for. Instead he sings/speaks his way through 10 beautifully glitched-out tracks. This is a power pop album for those who are feelin any sort of any sort of glitch, chip, or avant-garde hip-hop right now. And if you're new to Dose, this is a good place to start. Accessible, addicting, and abstract as always.


This is in listen to...but nice try. better luck next time
Where's JEL????

I hope this guy makes music forever.

I've been following Dose since the first Themselves album, and this is among his best works. It seems to takes place in the same strange universe as Our Hero Yes, or at least features the same bizarre surrealist themes he's been describing almost his whole career after Clouddead. Although I was quite disappointed with CrownsDown (impenetrably dense and abrasive, pretty much unlistenable), and ExitingARM, (unfocused, with few good hooks, and without a good end to the trilogies narrative), this is a return to form. Focused, dynamic hooks, (songs 6 and 12 give me chills), great pacing, slick production, thematical depth that invites repeat listens to unravel. Doseone is a genius, this album rules. Buy it, support the dude, and dig into some of the weirdest and most innovative music ever made.


Born: Napa, ID

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Born in Napa, ID, Adam Drucker, or Doseone, one of the founders of the group Themselves (Jel was the other) and a main player in Subtle and cLOUDDEAD, spent much of his youth in Philadelphia and New Jersey perfecting his battle raps. However, after he moved to Cincinnati to attend college, he began focusing more on his poetry and how it could be applied to music. He self-released his first album, 1998's Hemispheres, and the same year began recording as part of Deep Puddle Dynamics (along with Jel,...
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