FOUR TET :: Cinco de Mayo
World Famous is :: on cloud nine :: to be announcing
a Cinco de Mayo event with
and Ben UFO
May 5, 2016
at the Arcata Theatre : 21+
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Spanning 4 Four Tet studio albums, remixing, and outstanding live shows amongst many other things, Kieran Hebden’s career remains rooted in all kinds of musical camps. In the past couple of years Four Tet has released his fourth album “Everything Ecstatic”, a DVD of music videos working with directors/artists such as Woof Wan Bau and Jason Evans, a DJ Kicks compilation as part of K7’s legendary series, a compilation of his remix work, and has toured the UK, Europe, US and Japan extensively.
His work with legendary jazz drummer Steve Reid during this period has been a significant milestone in Hebden’s career – what began as a handful of live collaborations (early shows in London and Paris in 2005 gave a glimpse of the great things to come), soon developed into something on a far grander scale. The fruits of a profound artistic connection that has produced 3 critically acclaimed albums for Domino records. Four Tet’s remixing skills remain fully flexed in recent months having already produced a number of remixes for artists such as Explosions in the Sky, Thom Yorke and Steve Reich.
Kieran Hebden’s fifth studio album, ‘Beautiful Rewind’ was released at the end of 2013 on his own label, ‘Text Records’. The label has also released collaborations with Thom Yorke, Burial, Terror Danjah and Rocketnumbernine. Kieran has also released four Four Tet albums on Domino Records.
- Four Tet listed #11 on Resident Advisor’s Poll: Top DJs of 2015
- Four Tet interview in The Guardian
- Four Tet named in Mix Mag’s “5 unmissable electronic acts at Coachella 2013″
- Four Tet collaborates with Thom Yorke
- Four Tet collaborates with enigmatic dubstep producer Burial on split 12″
- Four Tet Pitchfork reviews new album ‘There Is Love in You’
- Four Tet interview on Pitchfork
- Four Tet featured on Pitchfork’s Tunnelvision
- Four Tet featured in The Guardian
- Four Tet and Burial collaboration review on Pitchfork