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Kyle Cramb is a guy I've known from Wichita since the early 00's. We've occasionally run in to each other, and exchanged musical interests, and I like to think we have a connection. Kyle writes and records his own music under the name The Coma Calling, which is a moniker I've yet to fully inhale, but catchy. His music could be classified as electro-pop meets avant-techno, though he takes a somewhat minimalist approach in experimenting with various noises and sounds, giving it an altogether lo-fi exterior. Ultimately it reminds me of the few cool acts I know from Warp records such as Autechre, Russell Haswell, and Boards of Canada. I've already said it a hundred times, The Coma Calling is one of the few artists who really stand out to me in Wichita. Not to say there isn't loads of great stuff around, but far else has caught my ear in the same way. You can get Kyle's recent release "The Forever Switch" free on Bandcamp, along with other self-released gems. He also has a Facebook page you can like.