The Los Angeles producer will release the double LP on his own Yaxteq label.
The ten-track double LP references Nomadico's native LA on tracks like "909 Soto Street" and "Backyard Trippin'." (Nomadico was heavily featured in our piece on the east LA backyard party scene that introduced artists like Esteban Adame and Silent Servant to dance music.) After coming up in LA, Nomadico, real name Dan Caballero, moved to Detroit and apprenticed at Submerge alongside fellow LA producers like Santiago Salazar and Adame. Also known as UR-061, many of Caballero's releases have come via the legendary Underground Resistance label, and he also plays in the UR Timeline band. He set up Yaxteq in 2015 as an outlet for his own records.
Listen clips from The Code Switcha.
A2 Still Cruisin
A3 RTD 60
B1 909 Soto Street
B2 Radio 3031323
C2 Machine Learning For Homeboy
C3 Backyard Trippin
D2 Staring Problem
Yaxteq will release The Code Switcha in November 2018.