Album review:  Four Tet - There Is Love In You (Domino)

Album review: Four Tet - There Is Love In You...

There’s disappointment on this album – when the nine-minute-long ‘ Love Cry ’ ends. Recent collabs with Steve Reid and Burial have left Hebden with an ability to twist the most repetitive rhythm into the kind of low-slung,...

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Four Tet : As Serious As Your Life

Four Tet : As Serious As Your Life

Hard not to love this one, particularly as it features Morris Dancing in the video. For latecomers, Four Tet is the frequently spellbinding project of Radiohead 's favourite DJ, Kieran Hebden. His love of hip-hop, ancient folk, psychedelic...

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Four Tet : Rounds

Four Tet : Rounds

Among "experimental" musicians, Kieran Hebden is a rarity, in that his music is colourful and warm. Sure, this 25 year-old Computer Science graduate is cerebral, but with his post-rock band, Fridge, and solo as Four Tet , Hebden has consistently...

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Four Tet : I'm On Fire

Four Tet : I'm On Fire

Both as a member of post-rock footsoldiers Fridge and solo as Four Tet , Kieran Hebden has spent the best part of the last six years putting out increasingly esoteric (ie flagrantly unlistenable) DIY electronica flotsam. It comes as no...

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Four Tet : Pause

Four Tet : Pause

Four Tet's second album is a voyage of warm, ambient loveliness. It is its author Kieran Hebden's best work to date and confirms the prolific young soundmeister as a major talent. Still in his mid-20s, southwest London-bred Hebden is already...

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Four Tet : Glasshead

Four Tet : Glasshead

That boy, he just don't stop. Fridge pin-up Kieran Hebden continues his alarmingly successful odyssey into sound at a rate not seen since that impressive spate of Squarepusher releases in mid-1997, and the good news is that this is by far...

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Dialogue

Dialogue

Often, Four Tet make you feel like the floor is slipping away beneath your feet. There's something profoundly queasy about this music: about how samples ooze in and out of the mix; how squitting electronic glitches tussle it out with seesawing...

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