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MOSES Album Release Show w/ Polygon Suns and Ma

MOSES Album Release Show w/ Polygon Suns and Ma

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  • Sat 18 Feb ’17, 9:00pm – 1:00am


Whammy Bar, St Kevin's Arcade, 183 Karangahape Rd, Newton


All Ages Licensed

Ticket Information:

  • Door sales: $10.00

ts a new year and those ol' MOSES cats have been flat out over the festive season roasting, basting and marinading up their second album. Following its mid February release they will be bringing their hypnotic blend of psychedelia to Auckland on February 18th!

Recorded largely in a farm cottage in rural New Zealand, MOSES' sophomore effort expands on the ethereal world created in their 2016 debut. Largely inspired by the music of George Harrison and The Jesus and Mary Chain, it follows an arc of trying to come to terms with an age of comfort, yet simmering discontent. The isolated environment in which it was created feeds and provides context to these lyrical and musical themes, as ambient sound drifts in and out of each track.

Slink on down and soak up the psychedelic vibes!

Download their debut album for free here: https://mosesnz.bandcamp.com/album/moses

Support acts TBA

"Moses are one more to add to our list of high pedigree Kiwi bands blending incredible guitar textures with droning sax, sunny melodies and laid back rhythms." - Nick Stillman, Happy

About the song Opium: "Moses, who are a six-piece, have a musical freshness that’s hypnotic. Comprised of a variety of skilled musicians, the track highlights the dynamic the band have created; merging their distinct talents into a layered, chemistry filled collective." - Elizabeth Beattie, The Wireless

"MOSES go there with absolute relaxation. They have produced something that is for us, quite a new sound." - Niklas Kolell, Sound Kartell

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