Co-founder of alternative hip-hop stable Anticon, Adam Drucker a.k.a Doseone’s career has been characterized by restless creativity and collaborations. Counting fellow Anticon members Why?, Alias and Pedestrian among the artists with whom he’s worked, one of the standout achievements in his dense discography is Circle, his album with the Lex based Boom Bip.
Other pseudonyms under which Dose has featured include Deep Puddle Dynamics, Object Beings, Themselves, Clouddead, 13 & God, Crook & Flail, The Nevermen and the group for which he is perhaps most well known, hip-hop sextet Subtle. As well as his frequent co-efforts, Dose also has five solo albums to his name (Hemispheres, Slowdeath, Ha, Skeleton Repelent and G is for Deep), the most recent of which seeing release in 2012. A poet as well as a hip-hop artist, Dose has made one album under the spoken word format, Soft Skulls in 2007. More recently he has scored and soundtracked numerous films and games, including 'Enter The Gungeon'.