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Album Review

Blog hype ushered in Dom’s first EP, along with debates whether they were merely trying to capitalize on a hot trend paved by MGMT and Girls, or if they actually were the next big thing. Feeding the hype machine, Dom's frontman (also named Dom) ruffled critics’ feathers by admitting that he strove to be “the Madonna of garage rock.” Madonna comparisons are a big stretch, and garage rock is a term that fits loosely, but there is no question that the quintet's freshman outing is a deliberate — and deliberately slack — attempt at conventional pop. The punchy hook “it’s so sexy to be living in America” and the anthemic three-chord pep of “Bochicha” are immediate standouts, but each track is similarly catchy, in a synthesized indie pop vibe that mirrors the bouncy sleekness of Jaguar Love’s Hologram Jams or any number of Dom's Astralwerks labelmates. It would be easy to interpret Sun Bronzed Greek Gods as overly processed or too insincere, but the songs’ bright textures, insistent beats, and sweet harmonies make them very buttery to the palate. Sometimes, that’s enough.

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Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

A lo-fi electro-pop group from Worcester, Massachusetts, Dom are led by a guy named Dom, who prefers not to divulge his last name. Little is known about Dom, primarily since he prefers to pass along dubious-sounding stories about himself and his music rather than offer hard data on his back-story. Dom has told interviewers he's not revealing his full name for fear creditors will come after him due to debts he racked up as a foster child, insists his song "Bochicha" (about his cat, which he claims...
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