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Motocade playing the Schooner

Motocade playing the Schooner

This Saturday night will be the last time to see Motocade for a little while as they return to the studio to work on recording (which is sounding incredible by the way, watch this space!)

Craving a live fix Motocade have had a few weekends straight of awesome gigs and to wrap it up - this Saturday (something of a last hurrah....for a bit), they're stoked to be joined by two lil bands who have caught their eye of late - White Birds & Lemons and Coshercot Honeys.

Shore boys White Birds and Lemons hail from the sleepy shores of Devonport and the four piece have quickly got people talking about their folk / psychedelic / blues influenced rock n roll, similarly young guns Coshercot Honeys are catching attention with word of their retro feel performance and friggen freaky fabulous psychedelic lil pop numbers.

Saturday night at The Schooner, $10 on the door. So, come along people......there's bound to be dancin!


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