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Tickets available at the door $25 * Daytime Frequency 8.15pm * The Bon Scotts 9pm * Cordrazine 9.45pm til 10.45pm
with The Bon Scotts and Daytime Frequency
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Sometimes life gets in the way… 2011 saw Cordrazine release the long-awaited sophomore album, ‘Always Coming Down’, a full decade after their debut album, ‘From Here to Wherever’. But as quickly as they reappeared, the band disappeared again after only three live performances. Ten years before, when on the cusp of greatness, the original line-up dissolved immediately after the release of their top 10 debut album. This time around, the disappearing act was just as swift. Cordrazine has always been anchored around Hamish Cowan, a troubled singer-songwriter with that unbelievable voice. In February 2011, Cordrazine filmed an exceptional video for ‘Always Coming Down’ but by the time it came around to the scheduled release, Hamish had gone AWOL. Again. Relocating to Edinburgh, this strictly one-off show coincides with a brief return visit to Australia, and it has also provided the perfect excuse to finally release the almost lost video for ‘Always Coming Down’. If you have any inkling of the majesty of Cordrazine in full flight, you will try and get to their only show of the last two years, and most likely their only show for some time to come.