Author:

Hanna Csatlós – Nikolett Csányi

What would have thought that a 1963 György Korda could be up to date over a half century? Carson Coma, a bunch of naughty young members who say they are behaving, is not too fond of the crowned king of Hungarian dance music. The guys crushed the beaten music with the sound of today and added a little to the whole thing. And we had a trip with them to Korda Villa. Video.

Not a year ago, a group of 20-22-year-olds, Carson Coma, gave their first concert at Dürer Garden. Since then, they do not even appear in the show he appeared Corduroy Club Their first album, and they will play as a pre-30-y band in September – probably thousands of times.

In their music, they are instinctively from the beat of the 60s, which is good, and the checkered jacket and Italian-born frontman, black giorgio's pathetic hip movement, evokes the dance era. The scenery is seductive, however: Carson Coma is not a wedding band with nostalgia renditions. Their own compositions – both about grandmothers or only at death – are so fresh that in Hungary we haven't heard that. The bonus is that the members are not only enthusiastic but can even play music.

Because of their latest video clip – that is I'm not nervous 1963 song – Welcome to George Korda, we decided to bring them together for a villa dance singer. We went to György Korda and Klár Balázs.

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