Review: Dom - Family of Love EP

Review: Dom - Family of Love EP

Monday 5th September, 2011 2:29PM

In the contemporary musical climate of astounding hype and ‘make or break’ releases, many lesser known artists are opting to release through the less pressured and less strained format of EPs. Teasing the public with only 4 songs a year keeps us ready and wanting more. This is exactly what American indie-pop group, DOM, have successfully achieved. When DOM dropped their debut summer-soaked EP in 2010, Sun Bronzed Greek Gods, the blogsphere stood up and took notice of their dreamy, lazy, yet astoundingly catchy pop sound. Eighteen months later we are treated to another excellent release from the Massachusetts outfit. Clocking in at less than 17 minutes, the listener is treated to one of the most laid back, yet shamelessly danceable and poppy releases of 2011.

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