Coma Cinema

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Coma Cinema
Origin Spartanburg, South Carolina
Genres Indie pop
Years active 2005–2017[1]
Labels Fork and Spoon Records
Associated acts Elvis Depressedly

Coma Cinema was an American indie pop band that was formed by Mat Cothran in 2005. Mat began writing songs for the band during his high school days in Spartanburg, but the band is now based in Asheville, North Carolina.

Coma Cinema's Blue Suicide was released in March 2011,[2] on both cassette (via Wonderbeard Tapes) and vinyl (via Fork and Spoon Records), as well as digitally on the band's website.[3]


Cothran began writing songs under the name 'Coma Cinema' early in his teens.[4] After years of performing locally, Cothran released a collection of his recordings in January 2009, entitled Baby Prayers.

Baby Prayers caught the attention of music blogs and websites—including, who posted the music video for "Flower Pills" in February 2010.[5] In June 2010, Coma Cinema followed up with their second album, Stoned Alone.[6]

Coma Cinema's third album, Blue Suicide, was released in March 2011 in both digital and physical formats (Wonderbeard Tapes released cassette tapes; Fork and Spoon Records pressed the vinyl).[7] Two tracks off Blue Suicide have already been released in a split 7" single with the band Teen Porn through AMDISCS: "Wondering" and "Greater Vultures."[8]

Coma Cinema released their fourth record, Posthumous Release, on June 11, 2013 on cassette tape through Orchid Tapes and on vinyl through Fork and Spoon Records.[9]


Studio albums[edit]

  • Baby Prayers (2009)
  • Stoned Alone (2010)
  • Blue Suicide (2011)
  • Posthumous Release (2013)
  • Loss Memory (2017)


  • Coma Cinema (Split 7") (2010)


  • Bluest of Them All; Anthology (2012)

As Mathew Lee Cothran[edit]

  • Failure (2013)
  • Failure II (2014)
  • Judas Hung Himself in America (2017)


  1. ^ "here is my final album as Coma Cinema. Thank you for your ears:". Retrieved 2018-01-05. 
  2. ^ "Blue Suicide > Overview". AllMusic. Retrieved 2012-03-24. 
  3. ^ "Forkcast: Coma Cinema: "Hell" / "Her Sinking Sun"". Pitchfork. Retrieved 2011-06-30. 
  4. ^ Lead photo courtesy of Mat Cothran (2010-11-26). "Best of What's Next: Coma Cinema :: Music :: Features :: Paste". Retrieved 2011-06-30. 
  5. ^ "Forkcast: Coma Cinema: "Flower Pills"". Pitchfork. Retrieved 2011-06-30. 
  6. ^ "» Coma Cinema review Tracks In Stacks". 2010-07-16. Retrieved 2011-06-30. 
  7. ^ "Posts tagged Coma Cinema". Altered Zones. Retrieved 2011-06-30. 
  8. ^ "Teen Porn/Coma Cinema 7" split – 2010 (AMDS001) | AMDISCS : Futures Reserve Label". Amdiscs. Retrieved 2011-06-30. 
  9. ^ "Coma Cinema - Posthumous Release". Coma Cinema. Retrieved 2013-03-07. 

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