Everyone’s favorite public radio station, KFAI, will be presenting Cecil and Dessa (OtterDarling) at the Triple Rock on Saturday the 28th. Presenting them with what we’re not sure, but we’re hoping it’s good. Not, like, a subpoena or something. On Tuesday the 31st, Fifth Element presents Essential Elements at the Dinkytowner. Sims, aside from performing, will be unleashing his new … Read More
Last year for Dessa’s birthday we drank fortified wine under a bridge with a dog-eared copy of Johnathan Livingston Seagull. It was all right, but it was pretty much like every other year, so we thought we’d try something different this time. It so happens that Yoni from Medida is also celebrating a birthday. We talked him out of his … Read More
So this past weekend was fun. Let’s do it again soon. How does this coming weekend sound? Really? Sweet. I figure it could go something like this: On Friday let’s go up to St. Cloud for the first day of the Eyes & Hands Festival. We’ll kick it with, like, Mel Gibson and the Pants, Ela, Building Better Bombs, and … Read More
On Sunday the 8th, on your way home from Mictlan’s show at the Entry, be sure to tune in to 92.5 KQRS for Homegrown. Cecil, Sims, and P.O.S will be performing live in-studio, as well as playing their favorite Doobie Brothers songs.
Doomtree is very pleased to have P.O.S back home after two months of relentless north american ass kicking. Way to go, buddy. Don’t forget to hit First Avenue this Friday and Sunday (May 6th & 8th). Friday (with Immortal Technique… pow!) will be the first time we’ve had every Doomtree MC in town for a minute, so expect a serious … Read More
Sorry we haven’t been around for a while, but we’re ready to become a part of your life again. There’s so much to talk about, but for now: Check the shows page. There’s a lot coming up. Pick up Cecil and Dessa’s False Hopeseses at your favorite mom and pop. Get yourself ready for Sims’ LP Lights Out Paris. We’re … Read More
Link Rise of the rebels Every rap crew says it’s as tight as family. G-Unit? Cohesive. The Roots? Solid. Doomtree, though, is like a vise-grip. Most of its members even live together. By Tom Horgen February 24, 2005 DESSA Every rap crew says it’s as tight as family. G-Unit? Cohesive. The Roots? Solid. Doomtree, though, is like a vise-grip. Most … Read More