The recently temporarily debilitated Four Tet surprises us all with this 38 minute album for free download entitled “0181″ today. It is an LP compiles tracks he produced from 1997 to 2001 that delivers all that is expected and is great about Four Tet. Download here now and enjoy.
Four Tet steps up take on Hot Chip’s soulful track “Look At Where We Are” transforming it into a playful and hypnotic house track. The last two-thirds of the track is really when Four Tet begins to dig deep into the land of the vibes.
Mr. Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet has put together this new mix for April entitled “Conference of the birds”. It is an extremely deep housey mixtape with a mysterious tracklist, apparently a few new tunes from the man himself that will be out shortly. So get ready to dig into a seriously vibey mixtape.
Two of the finest UK producers of introspective-post-club music reunite to release a new tune entitled “Nova”. Burial and Four Tet pick up from where they left with their release of “Moth/Wolf Club” and their collaboration with Thom Yorke. “Nova” is a tune that is floats and is propelled by lofty synth stabs that ride on a straight-forward 2-step/garage beat – a simple, gorgeous and effective tune.
Caribou’s “Odessa” has been a sunshine/summer tune that has been on repeat for me. Somehow Caribou takes Four Tet’s angelic production, “Angel Echoes” and turns it into a dark and demonic, dancefloor devastating tune.
A 13 min opus that revision’s the genius that is Four Tet’s “Sing” by another genius, Floating Points. A beautiful, introspective sonic journey that cleanses the mind. Purge your soul with some Four Tet x Floating Points.
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