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Burial & Four Tet - 'Nova'

Shunting drums with a glitchy, melodic sensibility

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Hot on the heels of Burial’s excellent ‘Kindred’ comes a new collaboration with Kieran Hebden, aka Four Tet. Burial’s shunting drums and sad-angel warbles are present and correct, but Hebden brings a glitchy, melodic sensibility that pokes early-morning sunbeams through the nocturnal gloom.

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