As always we’ve got another jam-packed session of MIMS Radio for you!

ASMA & Walla P are your hosts this week, bringing you some crucial selections of music and things you should know. This episode’s Geek Down is all about Toronto Hip Hop, particularly focusing on the ’90s Golden Age of the genre; Montreal Afro-Latino musician Boogat heats things up with an in-studio performance; ASMA dives in to the many renditions of The Jackson Sister’s I Believe In Miracles in the Version Excursion; Lexis steps in for an in-studio interview with UK Garage legend El-B; and Walla P catches Prophet on the phone for an interview who is a Boogie artist from the ’80s who recently signed to Stones Throw Records. There’s something for everyone, keep it locked!

This session features:


Crucial Material
"Bubblin’", Anderson Paak
"Feel Your Arms Around Me", Stimulator Jones
"Cuando Tu Quieras", J Balvin
"West End Feat. Solar C", Full Circle

Geek Down: Toronto’s Golden Age of Hip Hop
"Dear Hip Hop", Dan-E-O
"EZ On The Motion", Ghetto Concept
"21 Years", Choclair
"Autonomy", Tara Chase
"Rise Like The Sun", K-OS
"Formation", Mathematik

In Situ: Boogat
"3 Ojos", Boogat
"Tanto Tattoo", Boogat
"Sabes Muy Bien", Boogat

Version Excursion
"I Believe In Miracles", Jackson Sisters
"I Believe In Miracles", Marco Cappani
"I Believe In Miracles", The Pasadenas
"Miracles Keep On Playin’ (Red Alert Remix)", Basement Jaxx
"I Believe In Miracles", Sunlightsquare

Interview with El-B
"El Brandy", El-B
"Romp", El-B feat. Wiley
"The Club", Ghost
"Stone Cold", Groove Chronicles
"El Janet", El-B
"Unknown (Forthcoming Ghost)", El-B

"Motivez", Planet Giza
"Nueva Napoli", Nu Guinea

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

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