It’s not often you come across artists who have it all, but NERVO do. Australian sisters Liv and Mim Nervo are the real deal: hit songwriters, producers, and DJ’s whose skills have attracted a Who’s Who of pop music’s hottest artists drawn to the girls’ clever lyrics, indelible melodies, and bold, sassy electro-pop sound that bridges the gap between the underground and the mainstream. NERVO’s impressive array of credits include co-writing and vocally producing the song “Boots & Boys” on newly minted pop star Ke$ha’s chart-topping debut album Animal; (as well as writing and co-producing her tracks “VIP” and “F*** Him, He’s a DJ”) writing and vocally producing four tracks on superstar DJ/producer David Guetta’s three-time Grammy-nominated album One Love, including the No. 1 Billboard dance single “When Love Takes Over” featuring Kelly Rowland, which was also a #1 sales and airplay chart smash across Europe (#1 airplay slot for 11 weeks) and Australia. They also co-wrote “If I Was A Man” from the Pussycat Dolls’ latest Doll Domination; and Miley Cyrus’ “Let’s Get Crazy” — the theme song to Hannah Montana: The Movie. Their longtime passion for club dance music and club culture has led the girls to also work with top DJs such as Roger Sanchez, Armin Van Burren, Deadmau5, Kaskade, and Laidback Luke. Their pop collaborations include Kylie Minogue, Ke$ha, Cheryl Cole, Rachel Stevens (scoring a UK Top 10 hit with “Negotiate With Love”), and Sophie Ellis-Bextor, as well as working their magic with top hitmakers Rodney Jerkins, Cathy Dennis, Toby Gad, RedOne, Mirwais, The Underdogs, and Greg Kurstin, to name but a few.