You might find yourself boogieing all night long to Miroji next time you're out on the dance floor.
Gogo and George, the duo behind the band Miroji, released their first ever dance single 'Satisfied Minds' on Thursday, September 16, and people are loving it.
It has been described by Triple J reviewers as a hot blooded, pulsating club heater with electric chemistry and has quickly made its way into the top 10 dance tracks on Triple J Unearthed.
The duo, born and bred in Goulburn, live in Canberra as they attend university there and make music in their free time.
Gogo, who is the vocalist, said they didn't play any instruments, but George's role was to create the music using electronic sounds.
"He just makes all of the beats and all of the sounds on a computer program," Gogo said.
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"He's quite good at doing basic production for any genre that he's thinking of.
"For the original production of the dance single, he pretty much did it in one night.
"He just made a really quick song which sounded really good, and I thought it was really fun, so I continued working on it."
Lockdown has halted Miroji's live performances, but the pair cannot wait to get back out to play their single in front of an audience.
"I think we want to play at a lot more shows when we can because we've only done a few in Canberra and Sydney," Gogo said.
"We had like four or five gigs that were supposed to happen last month, but they were all cancelled."
Miroji takes influence from Flight Facilities, Flume, Safia, Glass Animals, AlunaGeorge and SofiTukker.
'Satisfied Minds' is their fifth single.
You can catch their music and social media platforms here:
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