Primal Scream with Racing - POSTPONED TO SUN 25 FEB
Primal Scream postponed until Sunday 25 February
Unfortunately, the Primal Scream show scheduled for tonight has been postponed due to illness, it will take place this Sunday 25th February instead.
From the band - “The bass player has been diagnosed with influenza, we are going to re-schedule the show for Sunday. The show will go on!”
We apologize for the late notice and any inconvenience this may have caused. All tickets issued for tonight’s show will be valid for the show on Sunday.
While all tickets are non-refundable, AAA Ticketing will be facilitating on-sales, if you are interested in purchasing tickets for the Sunday night show email AAA Ticketing now for available tickets.
Primal Scream with Racing LIVE AT THE POWERSTATION
Formed in 1984 and winners of the first ever Mercury Music Prize for 1991’s ‘Screamadelica’, Primal Scream have influenced a generation of fans over their 20 year career. Fronted by former Jesus & Mary Chain’s Bobby Gillespie with Andrew Innes (guitar), Darrin Mooney (drums), ex-Felt keyboardist Martin Duffy (keyboards) and Stone Roses bass guitarist Gary ‘Mani’ Mounfield, they signed to Alan McGee’s Creation Records in 1985 and the rest is history.
Beginning a career that has spanned eighteen hit singles, the band’s 1987 debut LP ‘Sonic Flower Groove’ was influenced by The Byrds, Velvet Underground and the C86 scene. Not only did it publicly introduce the band, but it also set the tone for a musical style that would define the following decade and pave the way for bands like The Stone Roses and The Happy Mondays.
With support from Auckland-based four piece, Racing. They take rock and roll and inject it with a chemical haze so potent the listener is left both pleased and punished. Once likened to “the thoughts of a crocodile in flood season”, the band crafts a swirling sea of groove and hypnosis into rock anthems drenched in weird tropical dance music.