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We haven't heard much from Dom since he changed his project's name to Kiss 1O8 and released a set of spazzed-out electronic instrumentals last fall, but the Worcester native seems to be getting back…   Read Story »
As promised when we heard about DOM's name change to Kiss 1O8, Halloween marks the release of HYPERFANTASY XL, the project's debut full-length. In contrast to the psych-pop singles published under…   Read Story »
Last time we heard from the MGMT-lovin' Brooklyn-via-Worcester psych-poppers DOM, they graced our Liz Pelly with an new song called "H o t . l i m i t" that was pegged as the first track on a…   Read Story »
Sometime during January of 2010, a song called "Jesus" appeared in my Gmail inbox with little to no context, just a note from some dude named Dom in Western Mass asking if I'd play the song on my…   Read Story »
We've paired with W Hotels for an intimate performance video series starring some of our favorite artists. Our first installment featured Active Child playing "Hanging On" in the W San Francisco.…   Read Story »
Stereogum has partnered with W Hotels to deliver a series of intimate concert performances from some of our favorite artists. First up is one of Stereogum's 40 Best New Bands Of 2010, Active Child,…   Read Story »
Lollapalooza celebrated its twentieth anniversary in Chicago over the weekend with headline performances by Eminem, Foo Fighters, Coldplay, and Muse. It was the support acts, however, that really…   Read Story »
How did you celebrate July 4th? On a rooftop BBQ listening to our summer mix? Maybe you stayed in and watched old episodes of Hoarders on Roku? Maybe I stayed in and did that. There is no way to…   Read Story »
"Damn" is the third track from DOM's forthcoming five-songFamily Of Love EP (8/9 via Astrelwerks). You can hear the poppy love song if you "like" the band at DOM's Facebook.   Read Story »
We've offered our suggestions as to what bands to see this week, now we shift into the bands we are actually seeing. SXSW has begun in earnest, and is earnestly crowded. We'll try to cut through the…   Read Story »