“MiM0SA” Free EDM In-Store Performance & Album Release | Berkeley

  • When: 
    Apr 21, 9:20am
  • Where: 
    Mad Monk Center for Anachronistic Media
    2454 Telegraph Avenue
    Berkeley, CA 94704
  • Price: 
    free

Photo | Via StopBreatheBump.comMiM0SA will be releasing his new album” Sinner/Saint” with you this Friday at 4:20pm. Join them for a free in-store performance.
Founder of “FALSE iDOL MUZiK” and the “FUTURE TRiLL” movement, MiM0SA has made a name for himself as one of the underground pioneers of the west coast EDM sound.
MiM0SA has traveled the globe for almost a decade now, selling out shows from The US to The UK, Canada and Australia. His live performances have caught the attention of noteworthy blogs such as Spin, who named him as one of the “Top 10 Acts at Bonnaroo”. As a result, he chalked up early triumphs at Coachella, EDC, Made in America, Ultra, Beale Street, Noisy Neighbors (UK), Shine On Festival (AU), Red Rocks and Lightning in a Bottle, to name a few.

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