I’m a musical agnostic. Sure, I want the rapture to jump out of my speakers and grab me just as much as the next girl, but I’m generally unwilling to drink the Kool Aid of hyper-fandom. I simply don’t want to (for instance) be screamed at by a man-child who hasn’t yet begun to grasp life’s actual injustices, or be sneered at, via complicated jazz solos with downbeats I can neither count nor dance to. I don’t want to tune in, turn on, and drop out on deep, dope beats a computer once dreamed, drowning in a sea of epilepsy lights. I just kind of like it when talented people say insightful things, musically. I like it to be a little rough around the edges, but only because it’s pushing its own limits into consistently interesting territory. I especially like smart rock and roll that doesn’t take itself too seriously.
Enormodome has been working hard writing and recording their second full length studio album and have enlistedd the help of good friend and studio Jedi, Matt Dougherty. Matt is known for his engineering work alongside rock producer Johnn K. on projects like Staind, Disturbed, Sevendust, and Megadeth, just to name a few.
NPR Music's Tiny Desk Concert Contest received almost 7,000 video entries. While there could only be one winner, NPR Music recognized ten tiny desk contest entries that they also loved. Enormodome was honored to be featured among those ten. Click the link below to read the full article on NPR Music's blog.