MIMS Radio is back in full force for another great season of live sessions produced by Phi!

This episode features lots of good stuff from Montreal’s local scene. We’ve got an in-studio performance from R&B duo Heartstreets, an interview with Jeff Waye of Third Side Music (formerly of Ninja Tune) speaking on copyrights in today’s musical climate, and Kris Guilty of La Rama Records sharing some fresh gems from the bins.

This session features:

Video from Heartstreets' studio performance:

Video from Game Changer: Conversation with Jeff Wayes:

"Best Friend", by Sofi Tukker (14:40)
"I’ll Take Care Of You", by Bobby "Blue" Bland (20:30)


Crucial Material
"How Come", by Bonjay
"When We Are", by Nubya Garcia
"Kingswood Drive", by Modified Man
"Maria Tambien’", by Khruangbin

Version Excursion
"Baltimore", by Nina Simone
"Baltimore (Sly & Robbie Dub)", by Tamlins
"Caught Their Eyes feat. Frank Ocean", by Jay-Z

Game Changer
"Best Friend", by Sofi Tukker
"I’ll Take Care Of You", by Bobby “Blue” Bland

The Geek Down
"Last Summer", by Anri
"Love Was Really Gone", by Makoto Matsushita
"You’re My Baby", by Hiroshi Sato

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MIMS Radio is curated by Music Is My Sanctuary
Special thanks to Moog Audio

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Tasha Anestopoulos (The One Tash)
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Every second Friday afternoon, the team behind Music Is My Sanctuary is putting together a show featuring live performances, discussions and stories dedicated to the discovery and sharing of Forgotten Treasures & Future Classics.

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