CODA conduct

This is a shy retiring sort of band... Not! CODA is colourful, sexy, innovative and mad. Theyre coming to the North Coast soon. (By rocket.)

With all their usual (read unusual) theatrics, dance and costumes, CODA will launch their latest CD Calling Mission Mu at Coorabell Hall on Saturday, September 30, at 8pm.

CODAs new album is different to previous recordings in that it features not only the trademark strings, but also solid beats and grooves pushing CODAs sound into the indie rock, symphonic rock and electronic spectrum and away from their more globally inspired sounds.

Always changing. Always challenging. Always entertaining.

Tickets are $18/16 at the door.

Freebie: The Echo has a double pass for this gig to give away to some lucky reader. To go in the draw to win phone 6622 2888 between 10.15 & 10.30am next Monday, September 25, and tell us if coda means a) the final additional passage of a piece of music, b) the last bit of a ballet or c) both of the previous.

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