Miguel Migs

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.

READ MORE >>

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house over the past decade and this, his third long player has him continuing unashamed working within a genre so outdated that not even Sophie Ellis Bextor makes it anymore, obviously a good thing.

READ MORE >>

Defected Interview – Migs Understood

October 1st, 2011


“I’m not, I guess, a typical dance artist” Miguel Migs opens. “I’m not the trendy club guy. I’m not a follower of trends. I just stay true to what I know and feel. I’m a spontaneous kind of music maker; I go with the flow. That’s my personal agenda and that for me is my artistic progression.”

READ MORE >>

New Single ‘Everybody’ + Free Remix Download

September 14th, 2011


Miguel Migs & Om Records are proud to announce the debut single from Miguel Migs forthcoming album, Everybody featuring Evelyn “Champagne” King with remixes from Soul Clap, Aki Bergen, Miguel Migs, Hardsoul and Nav Izadi. Check out the free download and buy links below.

BUY NOW: Everybody Part 1 | Everybody Part 2 | Beatport | iTunes

READ MORE >>

Interview with Miguel Migs on Pulse Radio

August 11th, 2011


With the release of his third album due out in September James Huxley speaks with one of the true representatives of the deep soulful West Coast sound.

Pulse. Great to hear you are coming back with a new album. How do you think things have progressed, both for yourself and in the scene over the last few years? Do you feel you’re approaching the business side of things with putting an album out any differently to say with Those Things or Colorful You.

READ MORE >>



Miguel Migs