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Anika Moa


Thu 28 May 2015, 8:00pm

Where: Powerstation, 33-35 Mt Eden Rd, Eden Terrace, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $45.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: muchmoremusic

Anika Moa to play Queen At The Table album release show in a very different Powerstation set up.

Powerstation The Floor - Thursday May 28th, With very special guests to be announced

Anika Moa has always prided herself on doing what feels right for her at any particular time, whether it be making award winning, heart on the sleeve children’s albums or casting aside the acoustic guitar to make electronic music for grownups, and today she is proud to announce an album release show with a difference. Anika Moa and her band will play her album release show at the Powerstation down on the floor with her audience around her.

Anika says ““I can't wait to play this intimate show for you and I hope you all buy your tickets quickly even if it means you miss out on your weekly smokes or wine. Neeks xx”

It’s going to be cosy, intimate and fun, we want to ensure everyone is comfortable and has an enjoyable experience so tickets are limited.

Hot on the heels of the Tui Award winning album Songs For Bubbas (2014) featuring the APRA winning Children’s Song Of The Year, Anika has turned her attention back to her never departing fan base with her fifth solo studio album Queen At The Table.

Queen At The Table was recorded at Auckland’s The Lab studio with Taite award nominee producer Jol Mulholland (The Mots, Gasoline Cowboy, Fuce, Mullholland) taking on production duties, giving the album a synthy, electronic touch and as always, Anika shines on Queen At The Table with her soaring vocals, tender voice and personal lyrics. Moa released her fifth studio album Queen At The Table April 10 and has received rave reviews throughout the media since.

“There’s pain here, but joy too, and it’s all wrapped up in pop songs with just a bit of the R&B diva running through them. Anika style” – Metro Magazine, 5 stars

“Queen At The table is a mournful pop record, with a heavy influence of 90s R&B, Moas smooth yet distinctive singing soaring over deep, subtly electronic production”. – North & South

“Her latest release is pitched as a break-up album, yet Moa manages to make it an occasionally joyous experience. That is due to a couple of factors: firstly, her effortless, crystal-clear voice; secondly, an approach that mixes electro-pop, ethereal electronica and soulful R 'n B.” – Otago Daily Times

“downbeat but no downer” – The Listener

“It’s joyous and honest, just like Moa” - Christchurch Press, 5 Stars

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