Album Review

Tejada, John – “Matrix of Us, The” – [deFocus]

aarbor   10/9/2019   A Library

John Tejada was born in Vienna, Austria, but now operates out of L.A. From 2000 this is his 2nd release. “Summer Spell” [1] has a warm, electro shuffle, while the spoken word and vocals on “Genetical Love” [2] act as a counterpoint to the piano and looped string section before the beat kicks in. “Disappear” is stringy synths w/ electro beats, and the deeper bass of “Can’t Tell Time Anything” continues the easygoing vibe. “reach for the Lights” [8] is a fun boogie. I liked this album better than some of his others.


you heard it 32 times on kfjc! most recently:
  • today, Ras Babo played Red Lit Night
  • 2 days ago, Milo Minderbender played Reach For The Lights
  • 2 days ago, Mickey Slim played Genetical Love (feat. Carmen Tejada and Divine Styler)
  • 4 days ago, Mind Surfer played Today Can't Be Anymore
  • 4 days ago, Louie Caliente played Summer Spell
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