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Get ready for the cool sounds of Aqwa

ONE of the Manning Valley’s brightest young musicians is set to share her first songs with the world.
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The artist known as Aqwa will release her debut EP ‘Human’ on Tuesday, November 11.

The release scheduled for Remembrance Day will kick off a busy few months for the Lansdowne resident.

The 18-year-old will be performing a number of shows over the summer in Sydney, Newcastle and throughout the North Coast to promote her debut release.

Among the upcoming shows is a December 8 performance with students from her former school, Manning Valley Anglican College, at the Manning Entertainment Centre.

Her coastal upbringing is unmistakable and at the tender age of 18 Aqwa has already wooed crowds at international surfing events like Surfest in Newcastle.

She has a distinct style that floats somewhere between the electronic sounds of Lorde and the earthy acoustic tonality of Eva Cassidy.

Aqwa is Madelene Fowler and she’s not your typical pop princess.

“My lyrics are more thoughtful, it’s not depressing things like breaking up with your boyfriend, it’s positive,” she said.

“It’s about travel and desires, and enjoying life and being happy, experiencing life and living your dream.”

Rather than producing generic pop which occupies much of the current musical landscape, Aqwa wants to make a difference through her music.

“I want to make a change in people’s lives and when they listen to a song I hope to have an impact on people’s lives in some form.

“(I want to) make them think about social issues, and that you don’t need to be like everyone else, just be yourself.”

The wonders of humanity and the concept of being human are the central themes of her debut release.

“I like singing about humans in general and they way we think, and every song on the EP mentions people in general,” she said. “People in different situations and different stages of life, and just being human like the title says.”

Aqwa said the tranquil surrounds of the Manning Valley were a perfect inspiration for her music.

“It’s a nice place to grow up, and for the last couple of months I’ve been living at Crowdy Head as I’m more of a beach girl than anything,” she said.

“I’m living in such a good place to write, there’s no better place to write music.”

Unlike many talented young musicians, the Manning Valley songstress chose not to go down the path of performing on national television.

“People always recommended and said that shows like X-Factor were a good way to go,” she said.

“But I wanted to be more individual and I wanted to experience different things on the way.

“I wanted to get out on tour as much as possible.”

Aqwa said she was born to be a musician.

“I absolutely love it as I’ve been singing since I was six-years-old,” she said.

“I just want to share my music with as many people as possible.”

Aqwa will be performing at the Manning Entertainment Centre on December 8, and her debut EP ‘Human’ is released on November 11.

This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

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