DJ/producer John Tejada is set to release an EP and digital full-length called Assimilation produced in collaboration with Josh Humphrey. The record will first be released as a four-track EP due out in late October, followed by a digital version with seven extra tracks that will result in a full length album out in November. Assimilation will be released on Palette Recordings, Tejada’s label that he’s run since 1996 for his own work.
Assimilation marks Tejada’s second album collaborated with Humphrey, an artist who debuted on last year's 12-inch Marooned. Both albums follow the theme of being stranded in Los Angeles, the home of both producers. All of the tracks on Assimilation have been previously unreleased, which gives you all the more reason to pick up the four-track version of Assimilation on October 25th and the extended digital version on November 11th.