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Karate Coyote harmonizes variety of styles
Written by COLE CHRISTENSEN Sentinel Staff Writer   
Tuesday, 06 September 2011 11:07
Karate Coyote is a self described “20-something sextet” of college graduates that are balancing post-college pressure to enter into careers, while working hard to break through as a full-time touring band.
These polar forces of adult life tugging at the band are also an apt metaphor for their music, which balances simple melodies with complex rhythmic time signatures to create sounds that are accessible to fans on both sides of their pop/indie rock designation.
For a band founded in a crowded college music scene in Columbus and entering into a more crowded indie rock market, creating music with a unique balance of instrumental sounds and tight three-part male and female vocal harmonies is advantageous.
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