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Coda (Australian band)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Coda
OriginSydney
Genresart-rock
Years active1994 -

Coda (stylised as CODA)[1] is a Sydney-based art-rock band.[2] They mix classical strings and contemporary music.[3] Their album There Is A Way To Fly was nominated for 2002 ARIA Award for Best World Music Album[4] and Calling Mission Mu was nominated for the same award in 2007.[5]

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Members

  • Nick Wales - keyboards, viola
  • Naomi Radom - violin, accordion
  • Jared Underwood - drums
  • Bree Van Reyk - vibraphone, percussion

Former members

  • Zoe Hauptman - bass
  • Jeremy Barnett - vibraphone, percussion
  • Oliver Smith - bass
  • Veronique Serret - violin
  • Mina Kanaridis - vocals
  • Ed Goyer - drums
  • Matthew Steffen - bass
  • Kim Moyes - percussion

Discography

  • passion:pop (1998) - eatfruit records
  • There Is A Way To Fly (2001) - Silent Recordings[6]
  • Our Animal Friends EP (2003) - Silent Recordings
  • Calling Mission Mu (2006)[7] - Silent Recordings
  • Golden Times (2016) - Silent Recordings[8]

References

  1. ^ "Off the beaten tracks", Canberra Times, 17 October 2006
  2. ^ Phillips, Melissa (15 November 2006), "Groove gurus rock out", Hills & Valley Messenger
  3. ^ Whitfield, Deanne (8 March 2008), "Australia's quirky CODA hit Jakarta", The Jakarta Post
  4. ^ Allen, Jodi (17 September 2002), "News - AND THE NOMINEES ARE...", Illawarra Mercury
  5. ^ Taylor, Andrew (28 October 2007), "Fine arts awards", Sun Herald
  6. ^ Zuel, Bernard (13 October 2001), "Lounge Lizards", Sydney Morning Herald
  7. ^ Ferguson, Simon (5 October 2006), "Listen up: album of the week", Daily Telegraph
  8. ^ Nott, George (29 June 2016), "Coda: Golden Times", Brag Magazine
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