The harmonic mix of island-tinged psychedelia and swirling indie pop has made its case to be the soundtrack to the current Columbus Summer.
Their song-writing is ever progressive and polyphonic to say the least. They are one of those rare four-piece bands that have an explosively complete sound. Every time I’ve seen them, I’ve wracked my brain trying to classify their genre – thinking of all kinds of adjectives and desperately attempting to find some sort of correlative comparison, but I just couldn’t.
They’re already pros when it comes to texture and feel. This was like hearing sleek studio recordings in real time.
With echoing guitars and standout synthesizers, the music of Post Coma Network recalls the glam-laced fare of The Killers as well as the global rhythms of Vampire Weekend.
The quartet captured the loose, inadvertently sleazy vibe of a mid-‘80s cocktail-lounge band strung out on cocaine and Kahlua (for their performance at Columbus’ 80’s Nite Live).
Columbus’ tightest harmonies and impassioned songs.
Inventive and energetic...a good beat plus a good melody is really all you need to get by, but they took it somewhere special with a killer arrangement. Their bag of tricks was deep.