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A crazy tinkerer from the techno sphere, Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet pens a ninth UFO, of which he has a knack for creating. The bulimic British—who, when he doesn’t work on his own music, mixes for The XX, A$AP Rocky, Oneohtrix Point Never, Aphex Twin, Explosions In The Sky, Super Furry Animals, Radiohead, Ellie Goulding, Lana Del Rey, Manic Street Preachers, Sia and even Black Sabbath—pursues here his 360° electro-new age trip armed with the Ableton Live software. His world is atmospheric at times, overtly techno at other times, sometimes even world, and, in any case, completely impossible to pin down. Four Tet being absolutely eclectic (he had penned a splendid FabricLive volume in perfect line with his kaleidoscopically personality, an intense trip in 2-step and garage land where we notably crossed paths with Dan Snaith, his friend from Caribou, but also with Burial, Crazy Bald Heads and even the master Ricardo Villalobos), his disc looks like him more than ever. It’s some great piece of art with no blinkers on, conceived with Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith on synths (on LA Trance) and Tom Bake at the hang (on Lush). © MD/Qobuz

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Alap
00:01:21

Four Tet, Performer - Kieran Hebden, Composer

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Two Thousand and Seventeen
00:04:12

Four Tet, Performer - Kieran Hebden, Composer

2017 Text Records 2017 Text Records

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LA Trance
00:05:47

Four Tet, Performer - Kieran Hebden, Composer

2017 Text Records 2017 Text Records

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Tremper
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Four Tet, Performer - Kieran Hebden, Composer

2017 Text Records 2017 Text Records

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Lush
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Four Tet, Performer - Kieran Hebden, Composer

2017 Text Records 2017 Text Records

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Scientists
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Four Tet, Performer - Kieran Hebden, Composer

2017 Text Records 2017 Text Records

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Falls 2
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Four Tet, Performer - Kieran Hebden, Composer

2017 Text Records 2017 Text Records

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You Are Loved
00:06:08

Four Tet, Performer - Kieran Hebden, Composer

2017 Text Records 2017 Text Records

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SW9 9SL
00:07:55

Four Tet, Performer - Kieran Hebden, Composer

2017 Text Records 2017 Text Records

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10 Midi
00:01:25

Four Tet, Performer - Kieran Hebden, Composer

2017 Text Records 2017 Text Records

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Memories
00:03:17

Four Tet, Performer - Kieran Hebden, Composer

2017 Text Records 2017 Text Records

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Daughter
00:04:55

Four Tet, Performer - Kieran Hebden, Composer

2017 Text Records 2017 Text Records

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Gentle Soul
00:01:12

Four Tet, Performer - Kieran Hebden, Composer

2017 Text Records 2017 Text Records

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Planet
00:07:18

Four Tet, Performer - Kieran Hebden, Composer

2017 Text Records 2017 Text Records

Album Description

A crazy tinkerer from the techno sphere, Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet pens a ninth UFO, of which he has a knack for creating. The bulimic British—who, when he doesn’t work on his own music, mixes for The XX, A$AP Rocky, Oneohtrix Point Never, Aphex Twin, Explosions In The Sky, Super Furry Animals, Radiohead, Ellie Goulding, Lana Del Rey, Manic Street Preachers, Sia and even Black Sabbath—pursues here his 360° electro-new age trip armed with the Ableton Live software. His world is atmospheric at times, overtly techno at other times, sometimes even world, and, in any case, completely impossible to pin down. Four Tet being absolutely eclectic (he had penned a splendid FabricLive volume in perfect line with his kaleidoscopically personality, an intense trip in 2-step and garage land where we notably crossed paths with Dan Snaith, his friend from Caribou, but also with Burial, Crazy Bald Heads and even the master Ricardo Villalobos), his disc looks like him more than ever. It’s some great piece of art with no blinkers on, conceived with Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith on synths (on LA Trance) and Tom Bake at the hang (on Lush). © MD/Qobuz

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