DOM Played CMJ, Playing Todd P Pre-Halloween Party

Dom at Brooklyn Bowl (10/19/10)
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Photo: Jon Klemm

Massachusetts garage rockers Dom filled in the middle slot on a stacked bill at MOG’s CMJ “Opening Night” Party at Brooklyn Bowl last week. While they had some detractors, they did, however, manage to win over a writer from Flavorwire:

To be honest, we didn’t have high hopes for Dom — perhaps because they were sandwiched between two of our favorites, Screaming Females and Yo La Tengo. But they certainly lived up to their billing, charming us with silly, catchy tracks off their debut EP, Sun Bronzed Greek Gods. The band, with its eponymous, shaggy-haired, nasal frontman, combines simple, Ramones-style punk with ‘70s cock-rock flourishes, an oil-and-water mixture emulsified by pure, good-natured enthusiasm. Highlights included “Bochicha,” a shouty sing-along track about Dom’s cat, and “Living in America,” with its jokey synths and funnier “It’s so sexy to be living in America” chorus. [Flavorwire]

Dom is playing a Todd P/ Pelly Twins party this Saturday night (Oct 30) at 171 Lombardy in East Williamsburg. More details about that show and more photos of Dom at Brooklyn Bowl after the jump.

Pelly Twins/Todd P Party

Saturday October 30th @ 171 LOMBARDY

:: PELLY TWINS PRE-HALLOWEEN PARTAY
:: http://pellytwins.blogspot.com

:: DOM
:::: SMITH WESTERNS
:::::: Yellow Fever
:::::::: Total Slacker
:::::::::: Sweet Bulbs

| 171 LOMBARDY |
502 Varick Ave @ Lombardy St | East Williamsburg, Brooklyn
L-Grand St, G-Nassau | 8pm | all ages | $10 in costume – $13 w/out

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