Way back in early March of 2006, John Tejada released a minimal masterpiece EP titled The End of It All on his own label, Palette Recordings. The original release of this track sold thousands of copies on vinyl, eventually garnering multiple unauthorized covers and imitations from only one official version. The song became recognized as iconic, and since then it's been rinsed and repeated by DJs all over the world. Now almost 10 years later, Tejada will release an updated version of the track on vinyl along with two new works featured on the B side, thus ensuring the track's legacy as one of John Tejada's most valued classics.
The new 2015 mix originated as part of Tejada’s 2015 live hardware set that he has been touring around the globe, which can be seen in our documentary on Mutek Montreal on XLR8R TV. Also originating from his 2015 live performances are the two new B-side bangers “Reactivation” and “Sheven." If you pre-order the release over on Bandcamp, you will also receive three bonus tracks; "Demux," "Almost Now," and "What The Bleep.”
You can listen to a preview of the EP on Soundcloud, and check out John's current tour dates for stops in Canada and Los Angeles, and a live hardware performance at this year's Decibel festival in Seattle as part of the Kompakt showcase, alongside Agoria and Dauwd on Saturday, September 27 at Neumos.