Interviews

Prefuse 73 Turns His Ear To Modern Minimalism

Guillermo Herren, more commonly known as Prefuse 73, has been making his totally unique brand of experimental Electronic music for close to two decades. Prefuse 73 started releasing music in the early 2000s during a time when people were just starting to experiment with the tempos and tools of ’90s …

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InterviewsMIMS Radio

Daedelus Marches Forward Unfettered

We were happy to have Daedelus on the phone for S02E07 of MIMS Radio to discuss his 19th album “Taut” and to talk about the positives and negatives present in the landscape of today’s music industry. For those who are less familiar with Daedelus, he is widely known as one …

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MIMS Radio

MIMS Radio Live Sessions – S02E07

We had some fantastic interviews for Episode 7 of MIMS Radio presented by the Phi Centre! On the phone we had Daedelus, one of the pioneers of LA’s now infamous Beat Scene, to discuss his album “Taut” and the music industry at large. Montreal Soul singer Fredy V joined us …

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Exclusive Premieres

Exclusive Premiere: Lewis Parker “Time To Excel (Remix)” (KingUnderground Records)

Lewis Parker’s forthcoming EP “When It Rains It Pours” is a warm up to his full length album which is coming soon on KingUnderground, and marks his 20th release with the label. His sound is hard to compare to another, and stands in the realm of the original sound of …

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My Favorite Things

MY FAVORITE THINGS #09 – Hosted by Psycut

Hi everybody! The brand new My Favorite Things is here with as usual some of my best crate and web digging. This episode starts with a very rare and deep Danish Jazz track, by “Vagn Leicks Trio” which is a good introduction to the full mixed version of Kalima’s “Sunshine”, …

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Nick & Astro’s Guide To The Galaxy

Comprised of Vancouver producers and multi-instrumentalists Nick Wisdom and AstroLogical, Canadian duo Potatohead People boast a number of noteworthy accolades thanks to a their signature sound drawing influences from ’90s Boom-Bap, Future Soul, classic Jazz, Deep House and Boogie / Funk. Beginning with a series of EPs, including their landmark …

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MIMS Radio

MIMS Radio Live Sessions – S02E06

Episode 6 of MIMS Radio presented by the Phi Centre is jam packed! For this week’s in-studio performance, German psychedelic “Krautbeat” trio Sea Moya jam it out; Kid Koala shares some hilarious music selections that he can’t live without; Montreal producer High Klassified talks about going platinum in an interview; …

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Balance Radio Show

BALANCE – Show #537 (Hosted by Spacewalker)

2018 has been great thus far and it shows on the latest edition of Balance! Spacewalker in the mix featuring new music from J. Cole, Nu Guinea, The Internet, Space Ghost, Jessica Lauren, Kiefer & more! TRACKLIST Kali Uchis – Body Language | Virgin Yazmin Lacey – Something My Heart …

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Future Classics

High Klassified “Kanvaz” (Fool’s Gold Records)

Fresh off his first platinum plaque, the Laval producer comes through with a stellar and eclectic EP. To think he almost lost it all! Indeed, after having his hard drive stolen mid-performance… all the material for High Klassified’s upcoming album was suddenly lost. Except for one beat that became Future’s …

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Exclusive Premieres

Exclusive Premiere: Potatohead People “Do My Thing ft. Kapok & Illa J” (Bastard Jazz)

Comprised of Vancouver producers and multi-instrumentalists Nick Wisdom and AstroLogical, Canadian duo Potatohead People boast a number of noteworthy accolades thanks to a their signature sound drawing influences from ’90s Boom-Bap, future Soul, classic Jazz, Deep House, and Boogie/Funk. Beginning with a series of EPs including their landmark “Kosmichemusik” EP, …

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Exclusive Premieres

Exclusive Premiere: Jonny Drop “All This Trouble” (Albert’s Favourites)

‘All This Trouble’ is the first track to land from Jonny Drop’s 2nd album “The Only Sound”. Warm, hazy Jazz is covered by a patchwork of percussion and beats that clearly display his sensibilities as a drummer. This early taste of the new album, due in June, is one of …

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MIMS Radio

They Called It Skweee

Skweee was created in Sweden and Finland in the mid 2000s by a handful of producers using cheap synths (like the Roland Alpha Juno 1) and really anything else they could get their hands on. Skweee (yes, that’s with three E’s) combines nostalgic synth/chiptune leads and bass lines with ’80s …

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