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Four Tet - 'Jupiters'

Reminiscent of recent collaborator Burial

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The hugely prolific Kieran Hebden’s latest single reaffirms his position as one of the UK’s best and most consistent electronic artists. This time he opts for an almost two-part affair, kicking off with squiggly, dreamy synths before breaking into a bass-heavy climax strongly reminiscent of recent collaborator Burial. Exciting.

Alan Woodhouse

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