Mojo Makers released two albums and both have been nominated for the Danish Music Award. The group was also nominated by the British Blues Organasation as the best band in Europe and was chosen for the best blues album of the year by the English Blues and Soul Magazine. Furtermore the group has got a lot of airplay in England and received some very good revievs in Britan and Germany as well. The band has made quite a mark on the musical map already. Songs of the Sirens is the third and most recent album of the Mojo Makers and the group uses the blues music as a stepping stone and mix it with a lot of roots, rock and soul. The group deliver twelve unique tracks which all point in various directions.
On the opening track Bless my soul you get a punch in the groins by the tempo and intensety the band provides, opposite to the number Away which takes you to an introvertet almost whispering and haunting place. The Mojo Makers challenge the music with their oncompromising approach to the genre, but they also challenge the listener. You have to listen to the record a lot of times to capture all of the details and because of that, the Danish group is an interesting and exciting acquaintance. The Mojo Makers are from Denmark but somehow they managed to extract the basic elements and knowledge of the American music and make it into something of their own. When you listen to the album you can understand why some critics have called them the new Nordic generation of blues.