TAS In Session: Dom

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Aspiring to be the Madonna of garage rock seems unconventional, but so is Dom, the Massachusetts band - led by the surname-eschewing Dom - that's generated a ton of enthusiastic attention for their EP Sun Bronzed Greek Gods, recently re-released in a re-mastered, re-mixed version via Astralwerks. The SXSW-bound group came by The Alternate Side to play several songs, including "Bochicha," named after Dom's cat. Most surprisingly, Dom also revealed why they have no intention of ever releasing a full album.

Video: Watch Dom's "Crazy Girl" Live in Studio A

Shaggy-haired Massachusetts homeboy Dom was snagged by Astralwerks last year, right around CMJ time, and he and his bandmates will re-release a remastered, remixed, limited edition of their 2010 EP Sun Bronzed Greek Gods on February 15. The band dropped by The Alternate Side this week to play a live session in Studio A and unveiled a fairly new song called "Crazy Girl." Check out the exclusive video after the jump.

Breaking Bands: Which New Faces Will Cause A Commotion In 2011?

As we boot 2010 out the door and get ready to begin not only a brand new year, but a freshly minted decade, what up-and-coming bands and artists will make their mark on 2011? The Alternate Side staff gazed into the future and picked the musicians who we thought (well, hoped) might make an impact in the next twelve months and beyond; our many choices range from Denver's husband-and-wife duo of Tennis to the brash British pop of The Vaccines to Long Island's ever-cool quintet, Twin Sister.

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