Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Pop


Sounds like

Grimes, Robyn, Charlie XCX, SOPHIE, Spice Girls, M.I.A


band members

MUKI


Influences

Madonna, Robyn, Spice Girls, Grimes, SOPHIE, Whitney Houston, M.I.A, Charlie XCX, Peaches, A.G Cook


Unearthed artists we like

Froyo, Sakr, Yeo, PACES


Website

www.ughmuki.com

Bio

Bursting onto the scene with her debut single ‘Sassaparilla’, Muki amassed a legion of fans especially among the media who praised the young artist for her ‘forward thinking pop’ positioning her as ‘Australia’s Pop Princess’ (Pilerats). A successful string of singles and the release of her debut EP It Won't Hurt landed Muki support with 5 Seconds of Summer on their Australian arena tour.

The last 12 months have seen Muki showcase her immense songwriting talents collaborating with Briggs, The Veronicas, Cosmo's Midnight, Slayyyter and Jessica Mauboy, garnering the pop savant two ARIA Award Nominations for her work on Jessica Mauboy’s #1 record Hilda and Briggs’ Always Was EP. It was these efforts that captured the attention of international/UK based management company Tribe, who have been working closely with Muki in establishing her as an Australian pop-heavyweight.

The Sydney-based future-pop artist is now set to release her follow-up body of work in 2021, sonically and visually inspired by Ridley Scott's 1982 Blade Runner. Welcome to the Mukiverse.

Review

Review by Abby Butler Abby Butler

19 Nov 2020

Triple J
40

this entire track is just dripping in precision and delicacy. the production is glassy but gritty and your vocals are as strong as ever.

this entire track is just dripping in precision and delicacy. the production is glassy but gritty and your vocals are as strong as ever.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

13 Nov 2020

Triple J
40

Muki pulled in studio hands like SAKR and George from Seekae on this one and the production truly feels like the combined talent pool of all three. Might moments and a moving lows.

Muki pulled in studio hands like SAKR and George from Seekae on this one and the production truly feels like the combined talent pool of all three. Might moments and a moving lows.

Review

Review by Pip Rasmussen Pip Rasmussen

13 Nov 2020

Triple J
40

It starts out kind of dark and gritty, but it morphs into new heights. Muki is continually hitting the mark of a cyberpunk pop artist but this song shows a tender side of that tough exterior.

It starts out kind of dark and gritty, but it morphs into new heights. Muki is continually hitting the mark of a cyberpunk pop artist but this song shows a tender side of that tough exterior.