Who is Dome?

Sean and Sandor

Sandor Radai was putting a band together. He gave me three rough versions of songs. I could audition and write the vocal and lyrics. I had a week.  The three songs became We Are Machine, Breakdown and Descend.

Then there were four

Sandor and I held auditions for a drummer and bassist. Once Ole Larson and Todd McGinity joined, the songwriting process truly began. Ole's metal background forced a harder edge to the music, while Todd's varied background created the polish to everything. The Dome sound was formed.

The First Show

After a couple of open mic nights, Dome was ready for our first show February 2017. The set were all originals, no covers. 


The Rise of the Band

The music video

We were lucky enough to have Shelby Carpenter connect with us to make our first music video. She chose Descend as the song and we completed filming.

Watch on YouTube

Indie Week Winnipeg

We had played a few shows and word was sent to the Pyramid Cabaret about us. We were anonymously entered into Indie Week Winnipeg, a competition to find the best band in Winnipeg. Dome competed against various genres of music, making it to the final.

Shows, shows, shows

Dome played a number of shows at various venues across the city, playing with some of the most exciting and engaging bands.

We Are Machine

Dome's Debut

In February 2018, Dome released their debut album We Are Machine.


As true independents, Dome recorded their album in house. No outside parties were brought in.


All of the mastering was done in house. No outside parties were brought in for the final stage of the making of the CD.

Dome Descend Music Video

Live from The Pyramid Cabaret

Dome performed a large number of shows at the Pyramid Cabaret. This was one of them from August 23rd 2017.

Live From The Nectar Nightclub Part One

 Dome Live at the Nectar Nightclub July 13, 2017 (Part one) 

Live From The Nectar Nightclub Part Two

Dome Live at the Nectar Nightclub July 13, 2017 (Part two) ending cut off early.