Dom is a self-taught musician who's background was in the alternative rock bands Sona Fariq and Queen Adreena. His work is in constant flux, combining experimental electroacoustic approaches with more established traditional methods, and drawing from a pool of influences from Rock 'n' Roll to Dada and from Western Art Music to Drone, often focusing on extended playing techniques - especially guitar - and the manipulation of field recordings and found objects. His portfolio includes contemporary dance, avant-garde theatre, film, video, installation and radio art and has featured collaborations and performances with Robert Wilson, Lou Reed, Rufus Wainwright, Martha Wainwright, Coco Rosie and Lady Gaga (the latter, being a video project which was exhibited at the Louvre). His hr2 cimmissioined radio-art piece was nominated for the Kriegsblinden Preis the Karl Szucka Preis and he was the composer of Robert Wilson's BBC/ARD production 'Tower of Babel' which won the Deutsche Hörspiel Preis. He is also the singer and guitarist with alt-Americana duo Emperors of Rome.
'Dom’s range of music is extraordinary. For me, he is one of the most interesting musical talents we have today.' (Robert Wilson)
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