Nervo is made up of twin sisters Miriam and Olivia, an Australian electronic music duo who, according to the TOP 100 published by the magazine Dj magazine, ranks number 42 among the best DJs in the world. Born in Melbourne (Australia) on February 18, 1987, they began their artistic career on the runways of the Chadwick model Agency.
Miriam Nervo and Olivia Nervo were admitted to an Australian Opera Academy at the time, but decided to devote themselves to pop music. At the age of 18, a musical producer proposed to them to sing some songs, however their success came in 2005 when they created “Negotiate Whit Love”, a single that then would occupy the first place of the album “Come & Get It” of Rachel Stevens.
In 2006, “Negotiate With Love” came to position number 10 of the songs most listened to by the public and from that moment, began to compose for some of the most famous artists around the world, including: Ashley Tisdale, the Pussicat Dolls , Richard Brake and Sophie Ellis Bextor. The Nervo sisters also participated in the writing of “When Love takes Over”, along with Kelly Rowland and David Guetta.
About “When Love takes Over”, is a single that came to the first place in the UK, Spain, Ireland, Turkey, Belgium, Slovakia and Switzerland. Written for the album “One Love” by David Guetta, was a piece released in May 2009 and managed to sell more than 5.5 million copies around the world and even won a Grammy award, driving a lot of Nervo’s career.
Nervo Artistic career
Nervo performed their magic show in 2010 at the Ultra Records American electronic music label Ultra-record Festival. In March of that same year, they announced a recording contract with Virgin EMI Records and in April, Olivia and Miriam Nervo promoted “The Kind of Love”, a single that held the first place in the night clubs of Europe and the world.
The Nervo sisters had a year later, the opportunity to make the opening of the “Femme fatale Tour” by Britney Spears, next to Jesse and the Toy Boys and Nicki Minaj. That same year (2011), they wrote “Try With Me”, a single interpreted by the American singer, Nicole Scherzinger. They also participated alongside Jennifer Hudson with the song “Night of Your Life”, for the album “Nothing But The Beat” by David Guetta.
Nervo composed in 2012 “You’re Gonna Love Again”, a single produced by the Swedish Dj and producer Avicii, who reached the top of the Hype Machine list. They also collaborated with the second edition of Guetta’s “Nothing But The Beath”. In July, they performed at the Tomorrowland and then at the Creamfields Electronic Music festival, held at the racetrack in Buenos Aires (Argentina).
Later, in 2013 they showed up at the Day After, an electronic music festival held in Panama City. In April they promoted “Hold on”, a R3hab production that reached first place in the Billboard Hot Dance Club songs ‘ popularity list. Simultaneously, they supported Armin Van Buuren in the production of the song “Turn This Love Around”, for the album “Intense”.
In 2015, Nervo made a tour of the United States, Colombia, Uruguay, Argentina, Paraguay, Chile, Ecuador and Guatemala, places where Latin Americans were very pleased with the shows of Olivia and Miriam. They were then present at The Day After (Panama), along with R3hab, performing “Revolution”.
However, it was in July when they got the perfect time to launch “Collateral”, a debut album in which include the Other Boys, Hey Ricky and Haute Mess. In addition, they have the support of some figures cone Kylie Minogue, Jake Shears of the American musical group Scissor Sister and Nile Rodgers.
Then, in 2016 they continued making presentations in the best locations in Las Vegas and at festivals such as Tomorrowland, Creamfields and EDC. They have also renewed their list of successes, incorporating “People Grinning”, next to the Child of Lov and produced by Bug Beat Records, is a single that also won first place on Billboard Dance Club songs.
For the year 2018, Nervo has several presentations scheduled among these are: Cabin Carnival (Salvador, Brazil), Park City Life (Utah), Omnia (Las Vegas), Soho Garden (United Arab Emirates), Bad Sportovni Hala (Czech Republic), Bigoto refers to Torino ( Italy), Ziggo Dome (Netherlands), Liv Nightclub (Florida), AccorHotels Arena (France) and Commerzbank Arena (Germany).