The harmonic mix of island-tinged psychedelia and swirling indie pop has made its case to be the soundtrack to the current Columbus Summer.
— Megan Moseley, (614) Magazine
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.
— Josh Weiker, Columbus Avenue
They’re already pros when it comes to texture and feel. This was like hearing sleek studio recordings in real time.
— Chris DeVille, Columbus Alive
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.
— Kevin Joy, Columbus Dispatch
Helluva set!
— Travis Hoewicsher, Editor in Chief, (614) Magazine
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).
— Rick Allen, The Other Paper
Columbus’ tightest harmonies and impassioned songs.
— Victory's Live
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.
— Chris DeVille, Columbus Alive