Dom Mariani is an Australian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who has been making music since the 1980s. He is best known for his work with the bands The Stems, DM3, and The Someloves. He has also released several solo albums and collaborated with other artists. Mariani's music is a mix of power pop, garage rock, and psychedelic rock. His songs are often characterized by catchy melodies, jangly guitars, and a strong sense of nostalgia. He has released several critically acclaimed albums, including The Stems' At First Sight, Violets Are Blue (1987), DM3's One Time Two Times Three Times More (1994), and The Someloves' Don't Talk About Us (1990). Mariani has also collaborated with other artists, including The Hoodoo Gurus, The Church, and The Go-Betweens. He has also produced albums for other artists, including The Fauves and The Stems. In addition to his music career, Mariani has also worked as a radio presenter and music journalist. Dom Mariani is a highly respected figure in the Australian music scene and his influence can be heard in the work of many contemporary artists. His music is a timeless blend of power pop, garage rock, and psychedelia that will continue to delight fans for years to come.