DJ PSYCUT presents “My Jazz Attitudes Classics”

As you know, at MIMS we like to keep things very eclectic: one foot in the new, one in the old. So we love meeting and connecting with like minded crews and DJ’s from across the world with that same love for good music; i...
by Lexis (MIMS Founder)


Forgotten Treasure: Sun Ra “The Heliocentric Worlds of Sun Ra” (1965)

Heliocentrism is the astronomical model where all planets revolve around the sun and was a moment in history where the world shifted from a vision of Earth as the center of the universe. The same can be said for multi-instrumen...
by DJ Asma


Future Classic: Donald Byrd “Dominoes” (J Boogie Edit)

Here’s a super funky edit of the live version of Donald Byrd’s “Dominoes” by one of my favourite dudes from around the way, the one and only, J-Boogie. Mr. Boogie did a nice job of beefing up this timele...



Mix of the day: J Boogie “Vintage Diversity: A Tribute to Donald Byrd”

from J-Boogie: “Donald Byrd has been a huge influence to myself and several other DJs and producers in the game since the Blue Note era. He was one of the first to bridge the gab between jazz, funk, soul and hip hop over ...

Oliver Nelson “The Blues and the Abstract Truth”

Forgotten Treasure: Oliver Nelson “The Blues and the Abstract Truth” (1961)

Oliver Nelson is a legendary jazz arranger with a strong playing pedigree (he played tenox sax with Quincy Jones in the early 60s) that really came into his own on his timeless and most revered record ”The Blues and the A...
by DJ Asma


Mix of the day: DJ Mixsoup “Jazz & Not So Jazz”

Music fan for ages via Best & les Inrocks mags a.o. plus les Nocturnes (with George Lang), Rock à Gogo & “100 Minutes par delà” (Radio 21 back then – respectively with Jacques Depierpont and Tyanne),...
by Lexis (MIMS Founder)



Thelonious Monk “Straight No Chaser” (Live in London 1965)

Thelonious Monk Quartet performing Straight No Chaser in televised performance at the Marquee Club, London, 1965. Personnel: Charlie Rouse (ts), Thelonious Monk (p), Larry Gales (b), Ben Riley (d)
by Lexis (MIMS Founder)


Mix of the Day: Jazz Amnesty Sound System #33 (The Dancefloor Jazz Mix)

This mix of dancefloor jazz bumpers from the Jazz Amnesty Sound System is what you can use to help better prepare yourself for an upcoming get down and groovin’ set from the aforementioned sound system. Use these tracks t...
by Lexis (MIMS Founder)


Yatha Bhuta Jazz Combo (Onra & Buddy Sativa)

Yatha Bhuta Jazz Combo is the collaborative project between French producers, Onra & Buddy Sativa. Their self-titled album drops April 8th (UK) / April 9th (US) via All City Records. The album consists of 12 tracks of deep ...
by Lexis (MIMS Founder)


Orange - Speakeasy

Future Classic: L’Orange “Speakeasy”

Perhaps it’s the crackles and hiss, the sway and the swagger, or the lunge and the lean, that make this track stand out. Perhaps it’s the loving use of film noir dialogue that brings the imagination into a familiar ...
by Joanne Lam


MIMS “Forgotten Treasures Compilation #4″

Here is fourth compilation of ”forgotten treasures” which is – if you’re new here – one of the pillars of this website. The idea is to ask our DJ and Producer and all around Music Junky friends to pick one track they...
by Lexis (MIMS Founder)


Dandy Teru “Forgotten Treasures Mix #07″

Dandy Teru is one our good friends from across the pond. A great producer, art director and host of the French Toast radio show on Laidback Radio with Quiet Dawn. We discovered him with the great “Massive Suits Quartet&...
by Lexis (MIMS Founder)