Sight of the Sun
DONOMA: (doh. No.mah) A Sight of the Sun Musically based from many backgrounds that range from jam, psychedelic, punk, metal, classical, electro, and folk they bring a new concept style of sounds and lyrics. Based in Kenosha, Wisconsin they try to find new and unique ways to share their creativity. The members of Donoma consist of Stephanie Vogt, Brian Sandberg, Shelle Mounce and Israel Alpizar. Making their debut at the Chicago Peace Fest of 2008, they have since played over 125 shows throughout the Midwest and have just completed work on their first full length album, 'A Sight of the Sun'. The Donoma philosophy is to bring people to a new perspective that motivates enlightenment, both for the band and the audience. They have done this by challenging what the audience is traditionally accustomed too, both visually and musically. The base sound of Donoma is in the traditional rock format consisting of drums, electric guitar, bass, vocals, and keyboards. Where they begin to separate themselves from the traditional sounds is that they will quickly and easily blend rock sounds with mandolins, synthesizers, samplers, and use them in an exciting mix of original music ranging from punk, alternative, folk and dance. To compliment their sound the band includes belly-dancing, hula-hooping, and video presentations to fully immerse their audience. Donoma released their debut album, 'A Sight of the Sun' in March 2011. To support the album and share their music with as many people as possible, the band will be touring throughout the Midwest in the summer and fall of 2011. A peace in mind from a piece of mine ... Donoma.