Sunday, 9 October 2011


Aspiring Nottingham-based clothes shop and exciting new imprint 'Mimm' (which stands for 'Music Is My Motive') are all set to release their second offering on November 14th. Established in 2010, the 'Mimm' brand encompasses clothing, music and in-store art exhibitions in the city and now sits at the forefront of Nottingham's independent scene. 

The release itself, the 'Cuckup' EP, comes courtesy of Wigflex virtuoso Spamchop, whose unique sound was dubbed 'rudeboy techno' by Mary-Anne Hobbs on Radio 1. Title track 'Cuckup' is backed up by two heavyweight dancefloor-fillers on the flip in 'Frames' and 'Blergzz' and will be available as a limited vinyl press as of November 14th. Also included with the package will be a limited edition jumper exclusively designed by Spamchop himself, a defining feature of MIMM releases to date. To celebrate the launch of MIMM 002, a launch party is also in the pipeline alongside ARP 101. 

An excellent prospective release that suggests an exciting future beckons for Nottingham's latest independent export.

Feel free to browse MIMM's online clothing store:

& sample MIMM 001 plus some other excellent tracks via affiliated artists on the MIMM soundcloud:

There are also some excellent photos of MIMM's latest art exhibition held at The Nottingham Contemporary via 'Ashes 57' to look through too:

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