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Forgotten Treasures
Latin

Forgotten Treasure: Azucar de Caña “Eva Ayllón”

Oh nostalgic Montreal winters. Every year I fear your bitter cold days but revel in the knowledge and experiences you bring me. Think what you may of Black History Month, it does have a way of bringing our attention the beautiful and intricate Afro-tapestry. The legacy of African culture and …

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Future Classics

Future Classic: Yoruba Andabo “La Gozadera”

Happy New Year!!! I know I’m crazy late on the best wishes but I was out of town for a while. It had been too long since I had reconnected with my roots so I went back home to Cuba for an extended vacation. If you’ve ever wondered where my …

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Future Classics
Hip-Hop

Future Classic: AKUA x Black Milk “Puddles”

OkayPlayer and OkayAfrica launched an awesome project a few months back called the Player Xchange, which is a videos series where they link an African artist with an American artist to write and record an original song. I was already pretty excited about this series cause I think the idea …

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Future Classics

Future Classic: Emilie & Ogden “EP”

My hometown, Montreal, is just an endless pit of talent. Every time I think I have a decent grasp of the music scene here something crazy hits my radar. Last month I was asked to host Head and Hand’s and J2K’s 4th edition of Do My Ladies Run This. I …

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Hiatus Kaiyote - Interview
Interviews
Soul

MIMS Talks with: HIATUS KAIYOTE (Australia)

I’m blessed to say that most of my friends are super creative souls, so most of our hangouts involve some sort of artistic stimulation or creation rather than mundane chilling sessions. This particular evening my boy was having a jam session at his place when he decided to enlighten us …

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Future Classics
Soul

Future Classic: Skinny Bros & Jonathan Emile

Do you guys remember songwriting duos? I’m sure Timberland and Timberlake rings a bell and of course Paul McCartney and John Lennon are probably the best known duo but what about Isaac Haynes and David Porter or if I dig even deeper into my childhood memories, the Sherman Brothers who …

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Future Classics
Hip-Hop Soul

Future Classic: Ian Kamau “One Day Soon”

I’ve been steering clear of lyrics recently and letting my ears revel in the beauty of instrumentals and beats. It’s been a wonderful experience so far but I must admit, it was a deliberate and bitter decision I made for myself so I wouldn’t end up hating music, or more …

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Future Classics
Soul

Future Classic: A K U A “Gravity”

Last year, right around this time actually, I was introduced to the wonderful A K U A. I was invited to one of her shows, which I didn’t actually get to go to, but all the raving reviews from her performance sparked my interest so I looked her up and …

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Music Documentaries
Beats Soul

Video Dig: Lapalux “Without You”

I’m pretty psyched about this video dig because I actually discovered it through one of our readers. I love when that happens cause people have a tendency of thinking that just cause we write about music that we’re music experts who literally live with our heads in crates when in …

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Dj Mixes
Soul

Mix of the Day: Eric The Tutor: “Untitled D’Angelo Mix” (How Does It Feel?)

For those of you who don’t live in Montreal, I need to preface this by explaining that Montreal only really has two seasons: Winter, where artists hibernate and create the most insane material you have ever seen and Summer, where we all bask in that artistic glory and invite people …

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Future Classics

Future Classic: Vox Sambou “Dyasporafriken”

For those of you who don’t know, I’m a child from the Haitian Diaspora and though there is a strong delegation of Haitians in my city it was still hard to keep the connection between the culture I was being taught at school and the culture my mom was teaching …

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Music Documentaries

3 Films to watch this Black History Month

Yay it’s officially February! The month of Love, Candy, Dilla, and Black History! Doesn’t get much better than that. Now you could go the pessimist route and be outraged about the commercialization and depreciation of all these beautiful concepts or you can let it slide this year and kick it …

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