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MiM0SA set to release his full length debut album “Sanctuary” October 25 (False Idol Musik) North American Tour Dates Announced

MiM0SA set to release his full length debut album “Sanctuary” October 25 (False Idol Musik) North American Tour Announced

Dates include: Very Special Guests
October 29 @ Fillmore Auditorium – Denver, Colorado
Webster Hall NYC, Reno, Miami, Atlanta, Boston, Oregon and more dates tba)

“23-year-old Tigran Mimosa thrills audiences with his vibration-laden sonic endeavors and charismatic stage presence. His set at this year’s Lightning in a Bottle is the stuff of legend, although he calls playing for a sold out crowd of 10,000 at Colorado’s Redrocks Amphitheatre “the most epic moment of my musical career.” Sound: MiMOSA produces hip-hop infused, deep bass dubstep constructed with expertly arranged synth-crunch layers that build to explosive moments of sonic boom.
-Huffington Post

“It’s hard to tell where exactly a MiMOSA track is going to take you; Tigran does some non-traditional things when it comes to syncopation and mixed meter, and at Zoo this year, he mixed up his heavier, grimy bass beats with interjections of top-40 in unusual ways.” – 5 Acts to Watch: Flavorpill

“I’m not sure he belongs in the dubstep genre, because I’m not sure he belongs in any genre. He doesn’t follow the normal rules of music. One question: “Does it have enough bass to rattle your brain around inside your skull? Good.” Of course” -Earmilk

Sanctuary Track List:

Sanctuary
Ice Box
Way Back To You
Flourescence (Moombahtone Remix)
Starseed
Tiger Blood
Last Night iN Town
Jewel St
Castle iN The Sky
Rose Water

Blissfully unconcerned with a world obsessed with categorization as a means of definition, Tigran aka MiM0SA crafts music for its own sake, defying expectations with genre bending soundscapes. Hailing from the San Francisco Bay Area and currently residing in Los Angeles, MiM0SA began producing at the tender age of 17. Blessed with an abundance of talent and an ear for sonic experimentation, this fan-favorite has quickly developed a name for himself as one of the West Coast’s top exports. And the word is spreading fast. To say that MiM0SA is on the rise is to miss the mark. Rather, MiM0SA has arrived.

This summer saw MiM0SA globetrotting from festival sites everywhere — including his headlining slot at Lightning in a Bottle, to triumphant performances at Detroit Electronic Music Festival, Shambala Festival, Red Rocks, Electric Zoo, Summer Camp, and Burning Man. MiMOSA also spent quite a bit of time this summer in the lab with Sleepyhead, working on new tracks for their highly anticipated collaboration, “Naked Poetry,” which they will release under the moniker SexyTime later this fall. However it was in Brooklyn, NY where MiM0SA found refuge as he wrote, recorded and produced his debut full length album “Sanctuary” to be released October 25 on False Idol Musik. After just one listen, it’s evident that his versatility as an artist goes hand in hand with his refusal to be tied down by any particular sound or style.

While his previous EP release “58 Degrees” favored a more grittier fusion of unrelenting beats and grime, “Sanctuary” works as one cohesive whole piece of work that finds MiM0SA immersed in rhythm, encompassing and centered around the 808 drum kit most notable on the track “Last Night In Town”. However the album carries an authenticity by which MiM0SA’s aesthetic appreciation of the origin of sound is fused with layers of various styles, textures, and grooves that embrace Dubstep, HipHop, 2-step, Moombahton, Dub, and Downtempo. It becomes apparent that while building this collage, his vision was to “Steer away from aggressive tones, but at the same time try to find different avenues to get the same crowd response that a big bass drop would get,” he comments. Take for instance “Castles in the Sky” which finds MiM0SA opting for the classic sounds of straight dub reggae versus the dubstep infused subwoofer odysseys heard on “Tiger Blood.” MiM0SA extends his flavor for hip hop by sampling and filtering vocals that rush with ambient interludes coupled with pulsating tempos and heavy 808s on songs such as “Starseed” and “Way Back to You”.

To shed some light onto what influences MiM0SA, have a listen to his new mix, cleared for posting

MiM0SA and False Idol Musik presents MiMOSA’s September 2011 mix
DOWNLOAD HERE

MiM0SA Mixtape Cleared for posting:
1) Jamie XX – Far Nearer (MiM0SA’s Last Night iN Town Remix)
2) Addison Groove – It’s Got Me
3) LDFD – Twerk It
4) Brandy – FM Fox’s Nature Boy Rerub
5) MiM0SA – Stupid Rhydm
6) Pixelord – Iron and Cream Part 2
7) Wiz – Straitjacket
8) Chris Brown – Look At Me Now (RL Grime Remix)
9) Hudson Mohawk – Cbat
10) SexyTime – BadMothafucka (Next Episode Acapella)
11) DZ – In The Cut (Original Mix)
12) Rustie – Unknown (MiM0SA Glitch)
13) John Blu ft. Gucci Mane and Twista – Cologne Instrumental (Too Short – Shake That Monkey Acapella)
14) Redinho – Edge Off
MIM0SA on tour:

Whereas the album’s subtle creshendos, relies on MiM0SA’s expression artistically with emotion, his live sets are focused on pure raw energy that capture the rush of earth quaking bottom–end.

In just a few short years he’s shared the stage with standard-bearers like Benga, Skream, Rusko, Datsik, Glitch Mob, Pretty Lights, and Flying Lotus. He’s also played festivals and shows across North America, including Coachella, Symbiosis Gathering, Burning Man, Decibel Festival, and Red Rocks Amphitheatre. This past March found him headlining his first tour, as he criss-crossed the U.S., selling out major venues like Higher Ground (Burlington, VT), the Paradise (Boston, MA), and the Gothic Theater (Denver, CO). Not to mention stellar debut performances at legendary venues such as NYC’s Irving Plaza and The Fillmore in San Francisco. The words tireless and prolific don’t quite do MiM0SA justice. In one weekend he headlined Lightning in a Bottle, blasted over to Summer Camp, and finished off the weekend with a blistering performance Detroit Electronic Music Festival.

We’ll say it again, because it bears repeating, MiM0SA has arrived.

MiMOSA Fall Tour dates, More dates TBA

September 22 Pygmalion Festival Urbana, IL
September 23 Earthdance Festival Vallejo, CA
September 24 Powellapalooza Page, AZ
September 29 The Office Baton Rouge, LA (Performing as SexyTime)
September 30 Florida Theatre Gainesville, FL
October 1 Engine Room Tallahassee, FL (Performing as SexyTIme)
October 7 1015 Folsom San Francisco, CA (Performing as SexyTime)
October 8 Nocturnum Nightclub Eureka, CA (Performing as SexyTime)
October 15 Cactus Courtyard Lubbock, TX
October 20 Ace of Spades Sacramento, CA
October 21 Reno Events Center Reno, NV
October 22 Oregon Convention Center Portland, OR
October 27 Pershing Center Lincoln, NE
October 29 Fillmore Auditorium Denver, CO
November 4 Royal Oak Music Theatre Royal Oak, MI
November 5 Midland by AMC Kansas City, MO
November 8 Soundstage Baltimore, MD
November 9 Theatre of Living Arts Philadelphia, PA
November 10 Royale Boston, MA
November 11 Webster Hall New York, NY
November 12 Pearl Street Northampton, MA
November 13 Higher Ground Burlington, VT
November 14 Westcott Theater Syracuse, NY
November 16 Newport Music Hall Columbus, OH
November 17 Bluebird Nightclub Bloomington, IN
November 19 Barrymore Theatre Madison, WI
November 20 Headliners Louisville, KY
November 22 The Ritz Tampa, FL
November 23 The Fillmore Miami Beach Miami, FL
November 24 Firestone Live Orlando, FL
November 25 The Masquerade Atlanta, GA
November 26 Orange Peel Asheville, NC
November 29 The Varsity Theatre Baton Rouge, LA
November 30 Warehouse Live Houston, TX
December 1 Texas Music Theater San Marcos, TX
December 2 La Zona Rosa Austin, TX
December 3 Cain’s Ballroom Tulsa, OK

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