After five years as founding member, songwriter and vocalist for notorious, seven piece noir punk/garage swing band ‘The Snake Oil Merchants’, a favourite on the Australian festival circuit, Melbourne artist Mojo Juju has made a bold departure from the big band and set out on her own.
Set to breakneck rhythms and hard-¬‐boiled stories from life on the road, Mojo Juju draws inspiration from the Jazz age, early blues and Latin American ‘Pachuco’ culture of the 1930’s and 1940’s.
Described as "Sleazy, jazzy, swingin’, rockin’ sass... and it all sounds so effortless" (Time Off), watch as Mojo Juju unveils a new posse of the slickest, suavest and deadliest guns on instruments yet.
Smooth, shiny & loaded with sin. The kind of music that could make a bishop kick a hole in a stained glass window. Mojo Juju sings songs that sound just like that night you can't quite remember, in that bar you swear you weren't at, with that girl you promise you've never met.