MiMOSA Announces Future Trill Tour

At the forefront of his own #FUTURETRILL movement, the DJ/producer known for defying expectations with genre-bending soundscapes continues the expansion of his sonic palate by partnering with JMSN for an official remix of his popular track, “Girl I Used to Know.” This epic remix reflects that future trill sound that MiMOSA has made infamous through his production and live sets. Grab the remix for free HERE.

Fresh off of attention-garnering sets during this summer’s festival season at Bonnarro, Camp Bisco and more, MiMOSA has no plans to slow down anytime soon.

MiMOSA was recently picked on one of Spin’s top 10 acts at Bonnaroo. About his performance, Spin wrote, “… his heart is in hip-hop – swag rap, bass beats and effects-riddled hyphy topped off with a little wobble for good measure. Caught up in the heady mix: a chipmunk soul sample sourced from Bollywood, synthetic textures cribbed from early house music, and a whole lot of crunched-up 8-bit glitch. The audience was, in the parlance of our times, all the way turnt up.”

Unconcerned with a world obsessed with categorization as a means of definition, Tigran aka MiMOSA crafts music for its own sake, defying expectations with genre bending soundscapes.

Fall will see the future trill pioneer taking his unique blend of hip-hop, bass, and electronic beats to cities and towns all over the United States on his Future Trill Tour. Be sure to catch him on a stage near you. Like the 90’s West Coast hip-hop acts he draws inspiration from, the California native’s material makes time for slow jams as well as bangers. MiMOSA takes you up and down, at times chopping and screwing his way into your dancing shoes.

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. MiMOSA recently relocated to Brooklyn, and is currently working on his new album, Future Trill Vol. 1. Currently in the process of being mixed at Quad Studios in Nashville, TN, the album is due out this October.

Last year, MiMOSA released his album Sanctuary on False Idol Musik, which was praised for its incredible textures, tones and its brilliant production.

Earlier this year MiMOSA worked on a collaboration with Brooklyn’s Sleepyhead, and together they released the EP Naked Poetry under the moniker SexyTime. This EP strays from the heavy hitting dancefloor bangers and club beats of MiMOSA’s independent releases. Instead, it is deeper, with its atmospheric energy employing mostly original samples, and with synthesizer heavy modulation and spacey textures.

MiMOSA will once again be trekking across America, bringing future trill to the masses. He’ll be rounding out the festival season with Decibel, Counterpoint, and Starry Nights, as well as stopping by Philadelphia, Detroit, Portland, Boston, Chicago, and many more.

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