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Radio Coma - Single Review: Too Young To Die

06 Nov 2017 // A review by tonymcdonald

Head banging on the front row, covered in beer, sweat and waves of pushing & shoving. Too Young To Die instantly transports you to a live venue. So much energy and passion that you could be right there in the thick of it.

Where to start?

Well this is a radio Hauraki summer hit, for sure!!

If you like indie rock, think Black Keys, then this is for you. Great riffs and bass / drum combos. What sets Radio Coma a part is the female vocals from Jo Kelsey, which are amazing.

What are you waiting for. Check it out here on Bandcamp.

Radio Coma: When you are in Wellington please let me know and I will come along to write a gig review.

Review written by Tony McDonald

About Radio Coma

Rock n' Roll with sweat and groove.

Based in Auckland, Radio Coma evoke blues rock sounds similar to Led Zeppelin, Rival Sons, Jack White and The Black Keys. Formed in 2016, the four piece - Ozan Turan (guitars), Jo Kelsey (vocals), Johann de Guignť (bass) and Loujean Philander, (drums) - came together from different corners of the world to create heavy rock and roll. Radio Coma brings together a worldwide host of influences to their riff-driven songwriting, completed with hard-hitting drums and soaring soulful vocals from Jo; a classically trained vocalist with a rock attitude routed in the bluesy sounds of Etta James, Robert Plant and Aretha Franklin.

Shortly after forming, the band began self-producing their first record in their home, known as The Blue House, with a debut single and a follow up set for release in 2017. The bandís style of writing and recording songs in a home-live setting is what keeps Radio Comaís music honest.

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