Miguel Migs

Magnetic Magazine Review of ‘Outside The Skyline’

October 24th, 2011


Miguel Migs Breaks Down The Inspiration On His Latest Album, “Outside The Skyline”.

If you haven’t heard Miguel Migs’ latest album Outside the Skyline you can pick it up now via the multi faceted Om Records and Salted Music. The San Francisco stalwart pulled together an impressive line-up of collaborators

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KCRW Review of ‘Outside The Skyline’

October 13th, 2011


Review by: Mario Cotto, KCRW

Although it’s absolutely true, to call Northern California DJ/producer Miguel Migs a “deep house” DJ would be a bit of an oversimplification, as his sound is a cool amalgam of downtempo dubby lounge, bossnova, and soulful house one would associate with labels like Om Records or Naked Music.

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Kanon Organic Vodka: Interview with Miguel Migs

October 13th, 2011


Kanon Organic Vodka: Toasting to Miguel Migs’ New Album “Outside The Skyline”

After our adventures this year checking out the occasional music festival like Coachella and Escape to New York, downloading playlists from friends and FOKs, and getting down to fantastic jams during Fashion Week, we’d venture to say we’re pretty much “in the know.” So when a music-oriented party comes around, we’re there and ready to get down, cocktails in hand. This week we’re toasting one of our favorite artists, Miguel Migs,

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Virgin.com Review of ‘Outside The Skyline’

October 11th, 2011


Review by: Craig Jones, Virgin.com

Long-established house artist Miguel Migs returns with his third LP, ‘Outside The Skyline’ which broods with a laidback coolness throughout but little less would be expected from the stylish star who has spent years perfecting his sound on San Fransisco’s club scene. This album is full of soulful simplistic collaborations which creates a mature record brimming with some effortlessly stunning tracks.

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Clashmusic.com Review of “Outside The Skyline”

October 5th, 2011


OM Records / Salted Music

San Francisco house artist Miguel Migs has cornered the market when it comes to soulful, vocal driven house over the past decade and this, his third long player has him continuing unashamed working within a genre so outdated that not even Sophie Ellis Bextor makes it anymore, obviously a good thing.

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