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What's so good?
By Elizabeth Walker | May 09, 2012 | Total plays: 34,977

If there's any artist's new releases I geek out on, it would definitely be Four Tet. Born as Kieran Hebdan, the UK native has built a steady following over the years with his introspective electronic tracks. With appeal ranging from experimental to mainstream, Hebdan is definitely one to know in the electronic world.

A definite genre pusher, his 2010 album There Is Love In You was arguably one of the best of the year, catapulting Four Tet into the indie music limelight.

Hebden's newest single was just uploaded on his SoundCloud page yesterday, a serious dichotomy of dense bass and spaced out synths. The track begins, quite possibly on Jupiter per the title, jetting back and forth from midland to the outer reaches on the synthesizer's hemisphere. Hebden drops in some signature skewed vocals when the two musical realms collide, culminating to a terribly fantastic cacophony of blissful electronic sound like only this master manipulator of sound can achieve.

For more Four Tet, check out his SoundCloud page here.
Elizabeth Walker
she told me add the bass line | and everything would be fine