Introducing…Coral Thief

Reggae lovers looking for a new sound to their genre; Coral Thief comes equipped with a successfully collaborated Rock/HipHop feel to their cool reggae bass rhythms. Dave Baty has flawless vocals with a pop feeling to be unbelievably followed up by insane hiphop flow. The upbeat drumming by Randy “Byrch” Delmont brings out an energetic feel in all there tracks to be followed by killer guitar solos and compliments by Chris Howells, steering them into unprecedented originality. Double bass licks in reggae?!?! This is pretty much unheard of but nevertheless tightly accomplished to fit the cool reggae flow in the track “Remedy.” They don’t have an album yet but we are very anxious to see the final composition of the work they’ve been doing. Here are a few tracks they’re currently working on:

Remedy

Sandman

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3 responses to “Introducing…Coral Thief

  1. Seeing Coral Thief perform is an experience. EACH Band member brings tremendous talent and energy. Randy beats it raw and naked; Chris shreds out classic riffs; Owen grounds the dance floor; Jon verses like a true poet; Dave spews honey. They are a very busy Band, so get out there and catch a show when they play at your favorite venue.

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