|More of That Good Good: On Four Tet’s “Planet”||August 3, 2017|
|Four Tet + Daphni + Ben Ufo on Dublab (4/19/17)||April 24, 2017|
The best mix you'll hear today or any day.
|Four Tet’s Anti-Fascism Playlist||January 30, 2017|
Four Tet creates a playlist of gorgeous songs from Trump's list of banned countries.
|I Get Around: Four Tet & Burial Meet Mariah, Quadron Meets Classix,TeeFlii Serenades Humanity||October 7, 2013|
More of these links because the Internet insists on releasing music at grotesque speeds. Four Tet drops a 855 hour mix on Rinse FM, but you only listen to the last two in podcast form. Safe bet. Somewhere in here is a Burial and Four Track collaboration where they flip Mariah Carey. It’s unsurprisingly great […]
|Four Tet – “Parallel Jalebi”||September 19, 2013|
Adam Wray will sell you a flux capacitator for the right price. Four Tet aka Kieran Hebden is on one hell of a run. Since mid 2011, he’s been releasing a steady stream of original tunes, remixes, and collaborations that have cemented him as one of dance music’s most consistent and inventive producers. He’s one […]
|Best of Both Worlds: Syria’s Omar Souleyman Meets Four Tet||August 6, 2013|
Peter Holslin helped pioneer the bouzoki. I expected something strange when the news first broke that Syrian singer Omar Souleyman was teaming up with U.K. electronics conjurer Four Tet. Souleyman is a fairly straight-ahead musician—his raspy Arabic folk-pop jams just go, putting groove above all else. While Four Tet has a better ear for texture […]
|The Corrections: Four Tet’s “Rounds”||July 31, 2013|
|RN9 – “Rotunda” (Four Tet Remix)||April 24, 2013|
In what might be the greatest Soundcloud comment of all time or at least today, someone described this Four Tet refix of RN9’s “Rotunda” as like being at Mardi Gras in a submarine. This is underwater party music, voodoo bells and veiled street shouts and the feeling of being submerged. Four Tet has always sought […]
|Suit & Tie Reassembled: Four Tet & Julio Bashmore Give Justin Timberlake an Extreme Makeover||March 14, 2013|
Adam Wray calls it how he wants to call it. Having spent nearly two months with “Suit & Tie,” I’d given up on it growing on me. I’d chalked up my initial disappointment to unfair expectations, but the truth is: it’s a junk tune. It’s heartless mall-funk, simultaneously limp and uptight, overstuffed and empty. It’s […]