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Prometheus Tree

“If you’ve got that jelly; put it in your soul”

In 2012, Haymakers Laboratory closed its doors. Three voluntarily displaced lab partners (Matt Raines, Mike Morin and Shane Johansen) recruited a vibrant fourth (Tyler Olfers) to open a brand new foundry in Austin, Texas. Prometheus Tree began working in its low-tech lab on a photosynthetic concoction that they have branded as “Funk Jelly”*. The foursome has scoured the earth; collecting ingredients they feel will enhance the final product. The formula is constantly being tweaked. However, in the interest of full-disclosure and due to the simplicity of reverse engineering, the ingredients will be listed as follows, in no particular order: non genetically-modified rock, organically grown reggae, derivatives of jazz, hand-harvested funk, small-batch blues, heirloom doom and a constantly revolving variety of other ingredients which are progressively blended together with a gluten-free, groovy glaze of psychedelia. Funk Jelly will lubricate your mind, limbs and relax your body while increasing serotonin levels in the brain. Side effects may include: involuntary locomotion, head-bobbing and the urge to say things like “maaaaan.” Look for Prometheus Tree’s Funk Jelly online, or for greatest effect please view a live demonstration, maaaaan.