5 Beers Review of DM3 “West Of Anywhere” from I-94 BAR


If you listen hard enough it will be apparent that it’s all in the hooks. Chronologically-speaking, Dom assembled this band after the ‘60s pop of The Stems and the even sweeter pop of The Someloves. Stylistically speaking, DM3 sits somewhere in-between them both.

Expressing opinions about what and what should not be on compilations is like making bets during the pre-primaries phase of the US Presidential race – it’s next to meaningless and only slightly more fun – so let’s not quibble over what didn’t make the cut. You get 18 tracks and they’re all keepers.

“West of Anywhere” covers material from the “One Time, Two Times”, “Three Red Light”, “Road To Rome” and “Rippled Soul” albums. All the obvious tracks are here with a previously unreleased version of “Please Don’t Lie” just to confound/delight completists. – READ THE ENTIRE REVIEW HERE