Mia Dora

Mia Dora

Mia Dora's debut on Moda Black came in May 2012, with their sub-heavy jam 'Jailbait'. Sounding something like minimal ghetto techno, and boasting an unearthly groove, it was immediately clear that there was something special about these two Glaswegian musicians. Rob is something of a studio Jedi - his unnerving attention to detail and scientific use of reverb is enough to make most producers want to call it a day. Al, on the other hand, spent many years in bands, honing his ability to write emotionally charged music that connects with people in a powerful way. Collectively this culture clash of ideas and perspectives has resulted in some incredible music… and they're only just getting started.

Their back-catalogue already boasts remixes for Roots Manuva, Romanthony and Illyus, as well as an EP on Kerri Chandler's MadtTech. Their exceptionally diverse four track Moda Black EP really represents the extent of their talent, whilst their follow-up single 'Clear' was deemed a modern classic. Awarded the honour of Essential New Tune by Pete Tong on Radio 1, the song received widespread acclaim and infiltrated the playlists of Annie Mac, Skream & Benga, Mary-Anne Hobbs and many more.

Now, having achieved rave reviews in numerous music publications, it's a matter of all ears on Mia Dora. Captivating, compelling and honest - their music is the sum of a million influences, experiences and unfathomable tangents… which is what makes them so great.

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