Love Coma

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Love Coma
Origin San Antonio, U.S.
Genres Christian rock
Labels R.E.X.

Love Coma was a Christian rock/alternative group in the early 1990s based in the San Antonio area of Texas.[1] The group disbanded in 1997[2] following the bankruptcy of its record label.[3]

Critics have compared the band's sound to that of Simple Minds and The Mission UK, and band members cite other influences such as The Waterboys and The 77s.[1] The Dallas Morning News, reviewing the album Language of Fools, wrote that the music is "[s]mart and subtle, seductive even."[4]

Members[edit]

  • Chris Dodds was the drummer.
  • Matt Slocum was the guitarist.
  • Chris Taylor was the lead singer.
  • Chris Mattingly (lead guitar), Jeff Duncan (bass) and TJ Behling (bass) were also members of the band.
  • Matt Odom was the bass player following Jeff Duncan. Matt now plays under the pseudo name Matthew Gene with the band iMi based out of Dallas, TX.
  • Curtis Saunier played bass for Love Coma after Matt Odom, touring and recording demos.[5]

Matt Slocum left the group to pursue opportunities with his other band Sixpence None the Richer. Chris Taylor pursued a solo career. Chris Dodds went on play for Two Tons of Steel.

Discography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Baimbridge, Richard (September 28, 1992). "Spiritual Love Coma a band of Christians", San Antonio Express-News, p. E3.
  2. ^ Lloyd, James (May 26, 2000). "Recordings on review", Dayton Daily News, p. 26.
  3. ^ Reddy, Vanita (February 20, 1999). "Diverse artists depart from typical music", San Antonio Express-News, p. B9.
  4. ^ (December 30, 1995). "Love Coma: Language of Fools", The Dallas Morning News, p. G6.
  5. ^ http://christaylor.bandcamp.com/album/love-coma-years-93-96