Five piece trip-hop/electronica band writing music which draws on the love of vintage tone and the avant-garde. Fusing electronic and acoustic elements, intricate rhythms, filmic soundscapes, melodic vocals and diverse influences into something hard to pin down but seamless in its execution.
Nick Herrera Vocals/Guitar/Percussion/Producer, Alan Erpi Keys/Vocals/Samples/Percussion, Marin Sekesan Guitar/Effects, Benjamin Tansey Bass/Percussion & Brendan Lees Drums/Percussion
Every now and then a video clip will come along that just takes the wind out of your sails. We get sent new music videos every day, some fantastic, some not so much, and others that will force you to press play and for once not skip through at points before you make a judgement call. Melbourne five-piece Kalacoma's new video clip for their single Kaleidscoper definitely falls into the latter category. It's easily one of my favourite video clips of the year.Troy Mutton, Pilerats.com
Immediately, the five-piece create an emotional connection with fans. Nick Herrera is flawless as his vocal range blends with the band's electronic and acoustic elements. We are now completely enthralled. The alternative indie-pop composition transcends intricate percussion that shows just how crucial every member is to this band's overall sound.Themusic.com.au
Kalacoma are a musical behemoth waiting to rise into the broader consciousness of alternative music Beat Magazine
Textured, diverse and intrinsically interesting, Kalacoma are truly one of Melbourne's most promising acts Inpress Magazine
Spiral Eyes is an absorbing debut EP that provides an inclusive taste of Kalacoma, and a sure sign the band are poised for bigger and better things. Jack Vear, Tone Deaf