The UK producer Four Tet has been a prolific force for many years, and he has a whole lot of stray tracks out there in the world. Recently, he compiled a bunch of them together to make Randoms, a new album-length collection that includes tracks that Kieran Hebden contributed to different compilations. The oldest of those is actually the first track that Hebden recorded as Four Tet: 1996’s “Field,” recorded for Leaf Records Invisible Soundtracks comp. (It’s crazy to think that Hebden has been Four Tet for 20 years, but there it is.) Randoms is a pay-what-you-want release, and you can stream it below.
Pay what you want to download Randoms at Bandcamp.