Canadian James Teej releases his solo album on Radio Slave's Rekids imprint. Evening Harvest is a selection of material that Teej wrote over a 6-month period in the first half of 2009. With an emphasis on deep techno and house, the album is a journey through an array of different musical sounds and moods, with Teej also adding his own soulful vocals to the music. The tracks were written to be deep listening pieces, while also being DJ-friendly. Evening Harvest is the culmination of 14 years spent listening to, DJing, writing and producing electronic music, and represents the diversity of sounds he is deeply passionate about. In 1997, he released his first EP on his self-created label Reflection Records, under the name James T. From here, he began DJing at afterhour parties, warehouse raves and festivals, everywhere from his hometown to the Rocky Mountains. In 2005, Teej made the move to Canada's main stage, Toronto, where he set up a studio with long-time friend Nitin. Remixes for Trentemøller, Tobey Tobias and Solee followed, as did releases on Rebirth, My Favourite Robot and Connect Four Records. Evening Harvest also features collaborations with dOP and Richard Hennessey, and in addition, Teej's own soulful vocals are woven into the deep techno and house of the album.