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Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet aka no-really-he's-not-Burial just blessed us with two new tracks under his Percussions alias yesterday, and now he's given us a third. Just over an hour ago Hebden tweeted…   Read Story »
After SXSW, Four Tet was on my flight from Austin to Charlotte. I saw him sitting up in first class, feet stretched out, drinking Naked juice and reading The Goldfinch, all casually baller. He looked…   Read Story »
On "Out Of The Black," a track from her new Four Tet-produced comeback album Blank Project, eternal badass Neneh Cherry linked up with Robyn, a fellow Swedish pop-music tough-chick. But the song…   Read Story »
In the last few months, Four Tet has released an album of his own, produced another four Omar Souleyman, and produced still another for Neneh Cherry. He's also given us a bunch of DJ sets, as well as…   Read Story »
Four Tet has been busy lately. In just the past few days, we've heard the British producer Kieran Hebden's Jamie xx collab "Seesaw" and his Neneh Cherry/Robyn collab "Out Of The Black." (The latter…   Read Story »
In a couple of weeks, the great Neneh Cherry will release the Four Tet-produced LP Blank Project, her first full-on solo album in 18 years. The album only has one guest on it, and that guest is…   Read Story »
Last night, a mob of artists associated with London's beyond-cool Young Turks label, and their various friends and contemporaries, took over the Sydney radio statio FBi 94.5, all of them playing new…   Read Story »
We aren't even a month into 2014, but Four Tet has already been extremely busy. Last week he set up his Bandcamp page, which provided access to many old releases, and built a new track out of Michael…   Read Story »
More and more artists have been making moves to Bandcamp as a way to casually put out rare recordings. Last year we saw it done by Jim O'Rourke and Sunn O))), and now Four Tet (aka Kieran Hebden) has…   Read Story »
Next month, the great Neneh Cherry returns with her Four Tet-produced album Blank Project, Cherry's first full-on solo LP since 1996. We've heard the title track and seen Cherry perform a couple of…   Read Story »