He stopped by BBC Radio 1 to share a new the mix, which clocks in at just over two hours long.
It also features previously unreleased music including a new track called ‘Sway’ and another mysterious song he shared on Twitter earlier this week. See that tweet below.
— Four Tet (@FourTet) March 15, 2018
You can listen to the mix and see the whole tracklisting on the BBC website.
Four Tet is set to play Manchester’s Parklife festival later this year.
The festival is taking place between June 9-10, 2018 at Heaton Park, Manchester.
Last year, Four Tet’s studio sparked a meme. Hebden posted an innocent Tweet, just showing the fans where her recorded ‘New Energy’, and what kit he used.
Showing you don’t need the most expensive equipment to make music, and boasting a charming view out the window, Hebden proceeded to answer fans questions about the recording process; but whilst this went on, his Tweet started to become a massive meme, with other Twitter uses posting the same caption alongside images of their own “studios”.