The Dome is the new album from Melbourne's NUN, specialists in post-punk, industrial, and experimental pop music. The record characteristically draws from a range of sounds and influences. For instance, the record opens with Wake In Fright, a song that shares its name with the classic Australian psychological thriller. And the album title itself is a reference to the pioneering work of R. Buckminster Fuller, an architect, theorist and futurist whose radical work is a source of inspiration for the band. These new songs are an expression of humanity in all its complexity, driven by machine drum rhythms, synth pop hooks and compelling vocals.
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