Mixtape Monday: Juicy the Emissary, Wally Clark, Codenine x Loman, Jon Rogers + More

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Juicy the Emissary, Wally Clark, Codenine x Loman, Jon Rogers and more drop gems this Mixtape Monday.

Juicy the Emissary is up first with the highly-anticipated J Dilla tribute album Komfort Food, Wally Clark is Banned From All Bars, Codenine and Loman are Sane No More, Jon Rogers teams with Ybfromthecity for Cream Suede and Brainorchestra. is back as the E-Town General. The Watershed reps for San Francisco with Don’t Forget You’re Welcome.

Qwazaar and Batsauce join forces for Stoned Giant, Bugseed is back with Down East and Freddie Joachim gives us Voices In My Head. Vienna serves up Shared Spaces, Brownswood presents Indaba Is, Stimulator Jones is back in the mix with La Mano, Black Nile drops The Further Side and moon closes with the Southside Park EP.

Juicy the Emissary – Komfort Food

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Following 2020’s TIMBER! and his recent single “Yumy/Muny,” Juicy the Emissary drops the full J Dilla tribute album Komfort Food.

Wally Clark – Banned From All Bars

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One year after Cocaine Dreams, Nashville’s own Wally Clark returns with the drunken percussion and dank melodies of Banned From All Bars.

Codenine x Loman – Sane No More

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Codenine is flanked by heavy hitters on the Loman-produced album Sane No More. Guests include Estee Nack, Daniel Son, Jamil Honesty and Jay Royale.

Jon Rogers x Ybfromthecity – Cream Suede

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Boston and Columbus connect on the stellar Cream Suede album from Ybfromthecity and producer Jon Rogers. The project features appearances from Kadeem and Boone.


Brainorchestra. – E-Town General

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Always prolific, Brainorchestra. returns to the lineup this week with the follow-up to SACRED titled E-Town General.

The Watershed – Don’t Forget You’re Welcome

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Bay Area collective The Watershed follows Been Here Before with Don’t Forget You’re Welcome featuring Jamie Zee, Cyph4, Dirty Sanchez 47 and more.

Qwazaar x Batsauce – Stoned Giant

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Qwazaar drops heavy bars over airtight production from Batsauce on their funked up collaborative album Stoned Giant.

Bugseed – Down East

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Following Rough Sketch and Synchronicity, Bugseed returns to the lineup with the lush and bass-heavy Down East beat tape.

Freddie Joachim – Voices In My Head

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Freddie Joachim officially breaks from a brief hiatus with the release of the Beyond The Sea follow-up titled Voices In My Head.

Vienna – Shared Space

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Vienna drops a project full of future sounds with the release of Shared Space featuring slowya.roll, Edac, Cumulus Frisbee, and more.

Brownswood Presents… – Indaba Is

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Brownswood drops an improvisational masterwork out of South Africa titled Indaba Is. The compilation features tunes from Bokani Dyer, Sibusile Xaba, The Ancestors and more.

Stimulator Jones – La Mano

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Producer and multi-instrumentalist Stimulator Jones makes waves with the nostalgia driven funk of his sophomore album La Mano.

Black Nile – The Further Side

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Los Angeles duo Black Nile returns to raise the bar with the follow-up to their acclaimed 2019 album Sounds of Color titled The Further Side.

moon – Southside Park EP

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South Liverpool producer moon celebrates his debut with the release of the hypnotic, four-on-the-floor extended play Southside Park featuring Sticky Dub.

Karas Lamb writes and digs for tunes you haven’t heard yet. She wants to listen to your music. Follow her on Twitter @karaslamb.

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