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Picking Up Crumbs: Dessa

26 Jan

Friday night kicked off a busy weekend for CakeIn15, starting with the CD release show at the Fine Line Music Cafe for A Badly Broken Code, the solo debut from Dessa of Doomtree. The night was an eclectic mix, with Jeremy Messersmith opening and showing off his Vikings fight song (alas, to no avail) and Cecil Otter working the crowd backed by live bass and drums, an arrangement that suits his ramshackle, Bukowski-rambling MC style. Dessa first hit the stage as a jazz chanteuse, showing off her singing chops, ably backed by a band featuring Sean “Twinkie Jiggles” McPherson on bass and producer MK Larada on drums, with guest vocals courtesy of Aby Wolf. After working through her material, Dessa left while her Doomtree cohorts P.O.S., Mike Mictlan and Sims lit up the stage, obviously having fun while working through familiar material. Dessa returned to cheers and performed some of her more MC-oriented material, old and new as the boys stayed on stage to back her up. She ended the night showing off her most surprising talent yet- a choreographed dance number with Omaur Bliss, riffing off her Mictlan-given nickname, “Dancing-Ass Dessa.” With A Badly Broken Code showing strong on iTunes and a set of great performances, the night was a hit, and not in any way like the TC Hip-Hop awards down the street. Staciaann captured the whole show for, which you can see here.

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