Episode 5 of MIMS Radio is about the music, so listen up!

Walla P and ASMA are on hosting duties this week bringing you some killer selections for Crucial Material and the Geek Down. For this week’s live performance we’ve got Montreal-based Creole Hip Hop outfit Vox Sambou joining us in-studio! And hold tight, there is a surprise guest near the end of the show… so stay tuned.

This session features:


Crucial Material
"Hydra", Midnight Tenderness
"Alaclair High", Alaclair Ensemble
"Body Therapy", Dogg Master
"Aboa Kyirbin", Ebo Taylor

Geek Down: Brit Funk
"In The Sky", Loose Ends
"Look Into My Eyes", 52nd Street Band
"Blown It", The Cool Notes
"You Gotta Get It", Congress
"Love With A Stranger", Rick Clarke / "Flying High", Freeez

Version Excursion: Christo Redentor
"Christo Redentor", Donald Byrd
"Christo Redemptor", Charlie Musselwhite
"Cristo Redentor", Duke Pearson
"Cristo Redentor", Harvey Mandel
"The Truth", Pharoah Monch

"Inner Rhythms", Koji Ono
"Find You" ft. Iman Omari (Kaytranada Remix), Robert Glasper Experiment
"Way To Go", Yotaro
"After the Storm", Kali Uchis

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Special thanks to Moog Audio

Alexis Charpentier (Lexis)
Tasha Anestopoulos (The One Tash)
Walla P

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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