Elements of RnB, soul and blues are prevalent throughout the album, with Mojo Juju's voice strong and commanding, sometimes crooning, other times almost rapping with the beat, slipping between the two with complete ease – the songs are melodic and poppy with old school nostalgia.
Get ready for a "seamless pop experience"
The Age has previously described Mojo Juju as: "A complex artist equally adept at channelling Tom Waits or Madonna. Juju brings all these elements together for a seamless pop experience that is as intelligent as it is playful."
Not familiar with the work of Mojo Juju? Have a listen to her single They Come and They Go:
Tickets are available online or by calling (03) 9278 4770. The cost is $25.
Mojo Juju is currently doing a highly successful national tour
The Kew Court House is a perfect intimate venue for this solo concert. As you might guess, the heritage listed building is a former courthouse and police station which has had a significant makeover to create a versatile, vibrant suburban performance space. To check out the full range of scheduled events at the Kew Court House, click here.
If you're travelling to the Kew Court House by public transport, catch the 109 tram (Box Hill) to stop 33 (Kew Shopping Centre).