Dominic Minix is a New Orleans guitarist, singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer. As an up and coming guitarist Dominic paid his dues playing with New Orleans jazz elders like the Marsalis Family at historic venues including Tipitina’s, Preservation Hall, and the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. Dominic went on to record and tour with major artists Solange and Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah. Dominic’s guitar work is featured on NPR Tiny Desk and on Christian Scott’s Grammy nominated album “The Emancipation Procrastination.” Through his time playing home New Orleans, he has performed with Saul Williams, Tank and the Bangas, opened for Stevie Wonder, John Schofield, Dr. John and more, and built his own projects exploring the sonic expanses of punk rock, modern jazz, and hip hop. Dominic has produced multiple projects as a band leader of the neo soul influenced Dominic Minix Quartet (Introducing) and the punk rock-jazz outfit Yung vul (Cannonball Adderall). As  a solo artist Dominic produced several hip hop and singer-songwriter projects including “85 and Ride,” “Sun Will Show Again,” and “Works on Progress,” a compilation he produced in partnership with Community Records highlighting and benefiting Black artists from the Gulf Coast. In 2020 Dominic released the highly acclaimed New Tone ska band, Bad Operation, with a self released debut full length album. Dominic’s latest release is the spring 2022 full length ambient jazz album entitled “Swim.”


Email dominicminixquartet@gmail.com for booking.