Electronic producer Teen Daze is having a productive year: June saw the release of his debut full-length All Of Us, Together, and he just recently announced a second LP, The Inner Mansions, slated for a November release. In the midst of all this, the dude has found time to announce a split 12″ with like-minded electronic dance group Shout Out Out Out Out. The release features an exclusive new Teen Draze track, the shimmery instrumental “Bluest Water”, and a cut from Shout Out Out Out Out’s latest, “Now That I’ve Given Up Hope, I Feel Much Better”. Both artists take the opportunity to remix each other’s songs for good measure, because why not.
Listen to the full 12″ now at Exclaim.
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