Most people resist change. Not Melbourne musician, impresario and raconteur Mojo Juju.
Over the course of some fifteen years, this pint-sized purveyor of all things twisted and odd has resisted the natural societal impulse to stick to the path tried and true, and so from early stints gracing stages at some of Melbourne’s most loved music dives has strived to change, to evolve, to explore.
Her eponymous debut solo release (2012), likewise covered a huge amount of rootsy ground, from blues to jazz, noir to soul. She’s sped things up, slowed them down, twisted them one way and thrown them in another. And it’s worked, her music garnering accolades the world over, the experimentation paying off.