In 1993, seasoned Wurlitzing key smasher Asagio Smairth was on sabbatical in South East Asia when he was graced by a fortuitous encounter with then 13 year old guitar savant Membek Pro. She was discovered in night club cranking out power ballades in the deranged western styling that could only be found in the back allies of Hanoi, a product of trickle down westernization, or rather stained by the American cup runneth over, a blood flows down a global street somehow destroying and animating its destitute casualties. "It was sweaty; the songs were good as white perverts lingered in the dim lights" , Smairth recalls from this first encounter "...and I knew I had to jam with her". After considerations of abandoning is native Canada fell through he knew he would have to go "full throttle" in the North American music scene if he expected to cultivate any kind of meaningful long term collaboration with his new partner, as were the conditions of Pro's parents. Fate would have it that his step brother was Production Manager of a ground breaking domino conference that was expecting major media coverage. This was Smairth's "in", the foothold he needed, their debut. Garnering a band name from an old Smairth family coat of arms, whose logos roughly translates to: "to honourably consume the deceased", they were ready for the big time. This video is the official release of Domicon '94 and unfortunately one of the few remaining recordings of the duo as Pro passed away from a drug overdose 2 years later before the release of their first album. In Smairth's dealings with mafioso Canadian record producers, he unfortunately signed away many of his creative rights, and Callbrighten Holdings LLC continues to sit on a wealth of musical treasure, soon to be considered valuable historical documents. "That's our gold on those records" Smairth purportedly declared on an un-aired episode of Judge Alex where CHLLC failed to appear. One day, we as avid listeners will have our vindication. Until then, enjoy this rare release.