The Nervo twins have gone from strength-to-strength over the last 12 months, cementing their position as the most popular female DJ act on the planet. Australian twin sisters Miriam and Olivia (Mim and Liv to their pals) originally started out penning pop songs before co-writing 'When Love Takes Over' with David Guetta.
They started DJing while still writing for pop acts like Kylie, Cheryl Cole and Britney Spears, but since 2011's Tomorrowland — about which they wrote 'The Way We See the World' with Afrojack — they haven't looked back, and have immersed themselves in global dance culture.
“It has been an incredible 12 months,” the gals tell DJ Mag. “Gigs have gotten crazier, and the fans more interactive. Our music is being heard by more and more people, so we're super happy. We're literally pinching ourselves everyday.”
Mim and Liv promised themselves some time off to work on their debut album this year, but say that it's been hard to find the time between their punishing DJ schedule. “Does anyone know a great scientist? We'd like to clone a third NERVO to help share the workload for next year,” they joke.