“MOZA are an emerging Australian electronic duo who are doing everything right in our books.” – Pilerats
“It’s time to get acquainted with MOZA, one of Australia’s most exciting upcoming electronic duo’s.” – Stoney Roads
“MOZA may not be the only ones in the game at the moment, but one thing’s for sure – they’ve started on the front foot.” – Best Before
Fresh off the touring circuit with labelmate Just A Gent, Sydney duo MOZA have released their new single ‘Keep Up’. Available from here, the soulfully-tinged-electronic track is the first through label Casablanca Records Australia.
‘Keep Up’ sees MOZA (aka Cam Nacson and Toby Chew Lee) go deep musically and emotionally, reflecting on the nature of the music industry. Written when the pair had just quit their day jobs to throw their energy into music full time, the track which came together in just one night but they knew straight away that they had their next single. With soulful, visceral vocals and dirty sub-bass, it’s a song from the heart. The melancholic aspects are tempered with a sense of stoicism though, reflected in the new music video produced by YeahSure.
Named as one of the 17 Electronic Artists To Watch in 2017 by Pilerats, MOZA place a strong emphasis on performance, bringing huge energy, live instruments and all of the lights to create emotional and mesmerising shows. This love of stagecraft has seen them support high-profile acts Paces, Kilter, Touch Sensitive, Running Touch, Hayden James and L-FRESH the LION.
In addition to their passion for hard-hitting electronic music, MOZA have a talent for songwriting and canny pop sensibilities that have led to writing and producing credits on tracks with Paige IV & Tina Arena to name a few. They’ve featured on Just a Gent’s recent single “You’ll Never Know” as well as singles by Kilter, LFRESH the LION, Maxx Baer and Axel Boy.
Their late 2016 release ‘Empty Streets’, a collaboration with Kota Banks, has had over 10 million streams on Spotify, which is pretty damn good for a duo who were still working retail jobs just 12 months ago.