Doomtree’s P.O.S offers “anarchist dance party” with We Don’t Even Live Here

Minnesota rapper/producer and punk-hardcore musician P.O.S returns this October with We Don’t Even Live Here, the follow-up to his acclaimed crossover album Never Better. The electronically infused offering, which he likens to an “anarchist dance party,” comes less than a year following the newest album by Doomtree, the DIY hip-hop collective that he co-founded.

We Don’t Even Live Here is out 10/23/12 on Rhymesayers (pre-order here), and it includes guest appearances by Justin Vernon of Bon Iver, Ryan Olson of Gayngs, Boys Noize, and more (in addition to the Doomtree crew). Read more from P.O.S about the new album when ALARM returns to newsstands this November.

PS: Yesterday Pitchfork posted an awesome live performance of “Bumper,” produced by Picture Machine, that you can see below:

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