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  1. Voodooran
    Cali-via-Austria’s John Tejada drops a brand spanking new 12” on his own Palette imprint. The title cut, a softly whirring slice of 4x4, winds melodically on the wheels of squishy synths and s, while the B-side is manned by ‘Bode’s Law’, another melodic techno joint but with a more cosmic outlook.
  2. Gardaran
    The third result is John Tejada age 30s in Jackson Heights, NY in the Northwestern Queens neighborhood. They have also lived in Queens Village, NY and Reading, PA. John is related to Janet G Tejada and Janise Tejada as well as 4 additional people. Select this result to view John Tejada's phone number, address, and more.
  3. Nemuro
    Normally associated with his peers in techno from Detroit, Europe and elsewhere, John Tejada has embraced electronic music as a personal frontier, expanding on his resume as a techno recording artist as producer, remixer, DJ, and label owner. Known for crafting a brand of subtle, musical techno.
  4. Datilar
    Download Now on Beatport. Welcome to Beatport. Beatport is the world's largest electronic music store for DJs.
  5. Fenrikus
    May 11,  · Vienna-born, Los Angeles-based electronic music composer, producer, remixer, and DJ. His professional output of music began in , and he has since released four albums on Kompakt, as well as releases on Poker Flat Recordings, Cocoon Recordings, Plug Research, Seventh City Music, Playhouse, Defected, and his own label Palette Recordings which he founded in , and his own .
  6. Kajishicage
    Jan 01,  · Buy The End Of It All by John Tejada on Bleep. Download MP3, WAV, FLAC.
  7. Kikus
    John Tejada is an Austrian-born American electronic music producer and composer. Tejada's output of music began in , including four albums for Kompakt, plus releases on Pokerflat, Cocoon, Plug Research, Seventh City, Playhouse, Defected, and his own label of 22 years, Palette Recordings.
  8. Kagataur
    Reggie Watts and John Tejada return with their second Wajatta album Don’t Let Get You Down, via Flying Lotus’ Brainfeeder imprint. If the new single (and title track) is anything to go by, it’ll be poppier and friendlier to a wider audience than their debut - something that perhaps comes from Watts’ day job, the bandleader for James Corden’s US chat show.

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