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Mojo Juju

by Andrew Tijs on October 10, 2012

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Melbourne’s Mojo Juju is the real deal, producing captivating Prohibition-era hoodoo jazz-blues and looking damn good doing it.

A snappy dresser and snappier songwriter, Mojo Juju stepped away from her first band Snake Oil Merchants to stand as a singular figure in tactile, authentic throwback jazz, swampy blues, and rockabilly.

She talks about her sultry single ‘This Must Be Desire’ (and whether stuffing a chicken can be sexy), her musical family, hooking up with ABC Music, the theatre of the genre, her natty threads, and more.

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