The song he talks about, Traveling Dunk Tank, is off of Doomtree’s first album, False Hopes. I talked about one of False Hopes‘s singles, Flex, a year back, but I had to showoff the rest of the album, thanks to Ryan.
Unlike Doomtree’s latest self-titled album, False Hopes is set up with one hit after another. It’s just one of those albums that keeps gettin’ better over time. I included a couple of my favorites from it, minus Flex, so check ’em out and let me know what’s what.
I’ve heard some rumors of a third album, some footprints in the mist, but we’ll have to wait on that a little longer. Until then let’s rekindle some of their classics.
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
P.O.S. (Stefon Alexander): MC, Producer
Sims (Andrew Sims): MC
Dessa (Maggie Wander): MC
Mike Mictlan (Mike Marquez): MC
Cecil Otter (Jake Smith): MC, Producer
Paper Tiger (John Samels): Producer
MK Larada (Kai Benson): Producer, DJ
Lazerbeak (Aaron Mader): Producer
Turbo Nemesis: DJ, Turntablist
Label: Doomtree Records
Albums: False Hopes | Doomtree
Similar Artists: Mayday | Mel Gibson and the Pants | Atmosphere
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