Look at that, our dear friend Kelpe is back with a remix for Los Angeles’ Sons of the Morning, the duo compromised of Prefuse 73 and Teebs. The original is taken from their Speak Soon (Volume One) EP, released only a couple of months ago. And as there’s no description coming with the remix above, we can only speculate whether it’s going to be part of a second volume. However, you might also want to check out a second remix, courtesy of LA beatmaker Co.fee:
We don’t think that any fans of Prefuse73 or Teebs will truly need a reminder of the forthcoming Sons of the Morning EP, but if you do, we will gladly provide that service. Titled Speak Soon Volume One, the 7-track record is only about a week from release on the Prefuse73-founded Yellow Year label. Following an earlier teaser, the label shared this 11-minute video with further snippets from the EP. Again, that will be out next week or October 1st, 2013. And while we’re at it, we would like to remind you of the duo’s Boiler Room appearance from last year!
September 27, 2013 You can stream the entire EP over at Noisey
More than a year after first hearing about Sons of the Morning, a collaborative project by Prefuse73 and Teebs, things are finally starting to move. Besides giving some insights to what their project sounds like, the video above gives a vague release date for it. The vagueness leaves it open whether we can expect a full album, but whatever it is, it’s going to be released on Prefuse’s newly founded label Yellow Year. So little info, so much excitement!
(thanks to Sven!)
Yellow Year Records is the exciting new label founded by Guillermo S. Herren (aka Prefuse 73) and photographer Angel Ceballos. They kick off with an ambitious twelve-volume project titled Speak Soon. Each month a collaborative EP will see the light of day, featuring like-minded artists such as Dimlite, Nosaj Thing, Teebs or Lapalux. The trailer above plays music from Prefuse 73 and Teebs, who also form Sons of the Morning together.
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