Mixtape Monday: Curbside Jones x Dexter Fizz, WateRR, Alex Beano, Wheards + More

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Dig music from Curbside Jones x Dexter Fizz, WateRR, Alex Beano, Wheards and more this Mixtape Monday.

Curbside Jones and Dexter Fizz are on The Last Train, WateRR drops Order of The Day, Alex Beano makes the cut with Cocaine Cinema, Wheards drops RTS & CLTR and ??? teams with Mr. Rose for WHOIZTHEHIDDENCHARACTER?

Nowaah The Flood and Giallo Point drop Right Over Left, Cool Nutz is on deck with Failure Is The Feeling, Mickey Diamond gets a bump with the deluxe version of Bangkok Dangerous 2, DJ Format drops Devil’s Workshop and Kutmah closes the lineup with APRL27.

Curbside Jones x Dexter Fizz – The Last Train

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Curbside Jones and Dexter Fizz link to deliver The Last Train featuring Laflife, NF Zessho, and Muma.

WateRR – Order of The Day: Frequency Programming

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WateRR puts on for Chicago with the follow-up to Wizard of the Crystal II titled Order of The Day: Frequency Programming.

Alex Beano – Cocaine Cinema

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Atlanta’s own Alex Beano follows 2020’s Post Card From Home with the release of the sufficiently grimy Cocaine Cinema.

Wheards – RTS & CLTR

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Wheards follows 2020 standout Channels with the release of RTS & CLTR featuring Denmark Vessey and Danny Watts.


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??? and Mr. Rose link to drop WHOIZTHEHIDDENCHARACTER featuring Estee Nack, Ice Lord, and Primo Profit.

Nowaah The Flood x Giallo Point – Right Over Left

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Following The Piece With The Magnetic, Nowaah The Flood returns alongside Giallo Point with Right Over Left.

Cool Nutz – Failure Is The Feeling

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Portland spitter Cool Nutz explores resilience across a funk-tinged collection of realist raps titled Failure Is The Feeling.

Mickey Diamond – Bangkok Dangerous 2 (Deluxe)

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One year after the release ofBangkok Dangerous 2, Detroit spitter Mickey Diamond drops the deluxe edition of the soulful street tape.

DJ Format – Devil’s Workshop

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DJ Format takes a journey into the dark, brooding and industrial side of sound with the release of Devil’s Workshop.

Kutmah – APRL27

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Following a raft of Isolation Tapes and other releases, Kutmah returns to the lineup with “a celebration in beats” titled APRL27.

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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