A lo-fi electro-pop group from Worcester, Massachusetts, Dom are led by a man named Dom, who prefers never to divulge his last name. Small is well known about Dom, mainly since he prefers to transfer dubious-sounding tales about himself and his music instead of give hard data on his back-story. Dom provides informed interviewers he’s not really revealing his name for dread creditors should come after him because of bad debts he racked up as a foster kid, insists his tune “Bochicha” (about his kitty, which he promises is an spectacular crossbreed illegal to possess in numerous places) can be an unofficial combat song played before every video game by minor-league hockey group the Worcester Sharks (the Sharks administration deny this), and areas that the town Worcester allows performers to transport up to two grams of weed without legal repercussions. What’s known about Dom can be that his major music cohorts certainly are a guitarist called Erik (once again, no last name) and drummer Booby K (an initial’s much better than nothing at all), and they don’t may actually have been carrying out very much before early 2010. In Apr 2010, Burning up Mill Information released a five-song 10″ EP, Sunlight Bronzed Greek Gods (also obtainable being a seven-song digital download), and shortly the choice music press was raving about music like “Jesus” (about using Ecstasy to overcome a busted romantic relationship), “Surviving in America” (offering the lyric “It’s therefore sexy to become surviving in America”), and “Burn off Bridges.” By nov 2010, Dom got somehow persuaded Gucci Mane to drop some lyrics on the remix of “Surviving in America” as well as the group was on the highway, playing large night clubs and little theaters on the costs with Ratatat. Astralwerks released another version of Sunlight Bronzed Greek Gods, just a couple a few months before Dom shipped the Category of Like EP in August of 2011.