Stephanie Dosen (born 12 May) is an American singer-songwriter. She was raised in Wisconsin. Her songs have been featured on the soundtracks of Dawson's Creek, NUMB3RS and Party of Five. She also sang vocals for the Chemical Brothers on the final track of the 2011 Eric Bana movie "Hanna."
Dosen got her start in 1994 with the band Virus, an ambient techno group whose debut album Analogue was considered groundbreaking in the Christian trance music scene. In 2002, Dosen released her first solo album Ghosts, Mice & Vagabonds. The ethereal self-produced work received rave reviews, with Billboard Magazine choosing Dosen as one of the top six independent musicians in the Midwest for 2003.
In 2006 Simon Raymonde, the former member of the Cocteau Twins who runs the Bella Union label, heard Dosen's music and as a result they worked together on the music that became Dosen's album A Lily For The Spectre. The album was recorded in Pikeville, Kentucky and North Wales and was then released in the UK and Europe. Since then, Dosen has appeared on the BBC TV programme Later... with Jools Holland and on the Australian TV rock quiz entertainment show RocKwiz, and has worked with Massive Attack and The Chemical Brothers. Her collaboration with José González for the iTunes Festival was recorded in February 2008.