Posted by: Dominic Umile | 01/25/2010

Published Elsewhere: Four Tet

There Is Love In YouBefore he swapped sound files with dubstep heavyweight Burial for their early 2009 Wolf/Moth Club single, London’s Kieran Hebden had been a member of revered post-rock project Fridge, he’d collaborated on a number of occasions with jazz drummer Steve Reid, remixed everyone from Madvillain to Black Sabbath, issued a monstrous DJ Kicks contribution, and took on an opener slot for a Radiohead tour. Not unlike his rapidly accelerating eleven-year career, Hebden’s output as Four Tet has splintered across the horizon in a dizzying multitude of musical directions. Read the rest of my review at BLURT.


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