As the rusted bite of Wireheads receded in the distance a misshapen form grew out of the rubble and Dom & The Wizards took shape. Over releases scant in form and hard to pin down Dom Trimboli has amassed a new entourage of players that follow in the discordant pop stumble of his previous outfit, albeit with a bit less tin in their teeth and a bit more time for lounging by the rented pool to stare past the sun, sipping beers and pondering the squirm of life. The band has finally announced a debut LP, The Australian Cyclone Intensity Scale, landing at a familiar haunting hollow over at Tenth Court. “Outlaws and the Cops” lets the sunstroke pop sink in — strums askew and that familiar fiddle sawing at the rear lobes of the brain for good measure. The new LP lands April 2nd, with a stacked cast of Aussie outsiders making this one sweat — Vic Conrad and Col Gellard of the Garden Path, Jess Johns of Dead Roo, Tom Spall and Harry Freeman of the High Beamers and Liam Kenny of Wireheads. Keep an ear to what Dom’s doing in the South Hemi. That’s my advice.
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