MIMS Future Classics

Strictly the best new music. Connecting the dots and genres!

 
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Future Classic: The Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band “Bacao Suave/Round & Round”

Truth & Soul Records frontman, DJ Akalepse, is back with another release on his offshoot label, Plane Jane Records. This time around he’s pushing the tropical steel drum sounds of Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band. You mi...
by DJ EVO

 
 
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Future Classic: Alaclair Ensemble “Toute Est Impossible”

The Alaclair Ensemble boys are back with their 3rd record titled “Toute Est Impossible” (Everything is impossible). As you know, here at MIMS we don’t do “music reviews” per say. We’d rather spend our energy talking...
by Lexis (MIMS Founder)

 
 
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Future Classic: Temu “Body Move” (Magic & Sorcery Stankafied)

Since the beginning of the Voyage Funktastique show, I’ve been emphasizing on playing different songs in each show, in order to give each producer some visibility, and show them my appreciation to their work. Of course, t...
by Walla P

 

 
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Future Classic: Lee Webster “Detroit Cheeky Things”

Other than too much commentary about his mighty member and describing himself as a heavenly creature who makes, “vagina music,” there is very little information floating around the interwebs about this German producer. His ...
by Devon Eve

 
 
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Future Classic: Dead Obies “Collation Vol. 2 – Limon Verde: La Experiencia”

Dead Obies are on the rise. Hot off their Polaris Prize shortlist nomination and the critical acclaim of their excellent Montreal $ud, Limon Verde is the holy grail strain of sativa and the Obies are experimenting with new sty...
by DJ Asma

 
 
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Future Classic: Dabeull “Don’t Stop”

In last week’s Voyage Funktastique radio show, I was blessed with a new jingle/theme song, produced by Dabeull, a French producer from Paris. In this week’s episode (presenting a guest mix by my homie Eddie Pendreg...
by Walla P

 

 
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Future Classic: IshDARR “They Lost Me”

There is no denying the comeback of the early 90′s sound in music and hip hop is no exception. The 17 year old emcee from Milwaukee, IshDARR, embody’s that sound perfectly on this track. His nice delivery combined w...
by Kramos

 
 
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Future Classic: Diamond Ortiz “Calling All Squares”

For this week’s Voyage Funktastique show, I had a special guest in the studio: Scott C of The Goods collective in Montreal. On my part of the show, I absolutely wanted to play the latest release on MoFunk Records by Diamo...
by Walla P

 
 
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Future Classic: Pacific Shore “Mermaid Dance” ft. Sarah Linhares

We are happy to present the new single from the upcoming Pacific Shore record titled “Mermaid Dance” featuring none other than our good friend from Montreal, and great vocalist, Sarah Linhares. We got our hands on ...
by Lexis (MIMS Founder)

 

 
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Future Classic: My Dry Wet Mess “Laptop Lapdance EP” (Fine Grains Records)

Fine Grains Records, one of our favourite new labels around  are back with their third official EP. After two amazing 12′s from OL & ¥oin and Cain, they really caught the attention of lovers of electronic music that...
by Lexis (MIMS Founder)

 
 
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Future Classic: Change “Hard Times” (Buscrates VG Minus Crusty Spaced Out Funk Edit)

One thing that I really appreciate about doing my weekly Voyage Funktastique radio show, is waking up in the morning with some new tunes in my inbox. This week, I received an edit by Buscrates 16-Bit Ensemble, a multi-talented ...
by Walla P

 
 
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Future Classic: Iman Omari ” Vibe Tape +​+​+​(​3)”

Iman Omari is one of those people who is able to really embrace different genres of music and make it sound raw and authentic. I remember listening to “ESC Vol 2” for the first time and being blown away by the effor...
by Martin Boev