Category Archives: MiM0SA

Don’t Miss MiM0SA

Did you grab MiM0SA‘s free (or with a donation to the Japanese relief effort) EP last month at Bandcamp ? Here are a few tunes to get your wobble and whomp on for now. I’d prefer listening outside, under the … Continue reading

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Big Fat Bass

This Zeds Dead track is blowing my mind right now; wanted to share some more wobble and whomp while I was at it. Bump it! Zeds Dead – ‘1975’ Mochipet – ‘Drop Bombs (Mochipet Remix)’ Nero – ‘Guilt’ R/D – … Continue reading

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New Mimosa EP ’58 Degrees’

Tigran Mimosa makes self-described “Crunk-Step Dub-Hop for the Soul.” It’s glitchy and full of bass; soothingly mellow yet infectiously danceable. Check out his new EP ’58 Degrees,’ and he is touring around the US right now (in S.F. April 21st … Continue reading

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Rockin’ Out to Remixes of Nina Simone

No idea how Nina Simone would feel about her songs being reimagined and remixed as electronic dance tunes, but they are rockin’ my world right now. Nina Simone – ‘Take Care of Business (Pilooski edit)’ via Feel My Bicep Nina … Continue reading

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Dancy Pants

Reposting a few tracks; each of these made a friend squeal with delight dancing under the stars this weekend. Thank you! Dada Life – ‘Unleash The F**king Dada (Original Mix)‘ Freestylers feat. Belle Humble – ‘Cracks (Flux Pavillion Remix)‘ Martin … Continue reading

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Turn it Up Loud

Tupac is a lot of things to a lot of people, and I hesitated to share these two remixes, as I have little context to add myself. But man-oh-man do they sound good. The MiM0SA track is slow and moody, … Continue reading

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