If you’re at all like me, a minimal tech, indie hip-hop fan who’s becoming increasingly confused by the nominalization of the various distillations of the two respective genres and/or their hybrids, then I’ll spare you the jargon and avoid trying to pigeon-hole MiM0SA’s sound as being “funky-witch-house” or “dubhop-groovy-pants” or something. Simply put, the LA-based DJ/producer is one in a series of southland players who’ve been helping to breed a dup-step-originated music scene that’s huge here in the area and has, till now, been fully out of the eye of the mainstream. read more at URB http://www.urb.com/2010/09/17/urb-exclusive-mim0sas-deadly-debut-single/
It many respects, it seems as though wobble bass has staged a coup on traditional forms of electronic music. But most DJs will tell you, it’s not hard to make wobble. The toughest part is making something happen with it. For an artist like Ana Sia, she never has to think twice. While some of the music’s charm is in its sporadic tendencies, the song structure and composition is exceptional. And it doesn’t hurt that every single section sounds like some of the grimiest, filthiest and joyful West Coast electro in recent memory.
Read more at The Untz : http://www.theuntz.com/Ana-Sia-International-Profile-EP
Mimosa’s new remix of Nina Simone - Put A Spell On You has taken the Blog world by storm this past week http://hypem.com/#/search/nina%20simone/1/ with great response including being featured in the UK Independent as one of the most Blogged about artists along with Kanye West and Florrie http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/most-blogged-artists-kanye-west-florrie-nina-simone-2073811.html