Four Tet is aiming to release a new album this year.
The London electronica icon, who recently dropped the two new tracks, dancefloor banger 'Only Human' and the lovely 'Teenage Birdsong', appeared on Apple Music's Beats 1 show and revealed that his new album is "not far from being done," and that he thinks "it'll come out this year".
Four Tet has dropped a new track, 'Teenage Birdsong'.
Kieran Hebden, who will be bringing his famed immersive lighting-based liveshow to Alexandra Palance next month, has followed the recently released, club-primed anthem 'Only Human' (under his KH alias) with something far mellower, but as worthy of your time, redolent of the blanketing loveliness which typified his 2017 record 'New Energy'.
Houghton Festival has locked in DJ Stingray, Ben UFO, Four Tet, Shanti Celeste, and more for its 2019 edition.
Joining the likes of Stingray, our cover star for last October, are Ricardo Villalobos, Saoirse, Hunee, Seth Troxler, Helena Hauff, Jane Fitz, Antal, Gerd Janson and many, many more.
It's another A* line-up from the beloved Norfolk festival, and we for cannot wait.
Glastonbury has locked in Four Tet, Jayda G, Peggy Gou and Ben UFO, among others, for its Silver Hayes area dance programme.
The legendary Somerset festival, taking place from 26th June through to 1st July, has used the Silver Hayes section of Worthy Farm as the festival goers' dance music mecca, with six tents and stages.
The full line-up for Glastonbury’s dance village, known as Silver Hayes, has been announced. The festival runs from Wednesday 22nd to Sunday 26th June.
The area, made up of six stages, will welcome the likes of Maceo Plex, Four Tet, Eats Everything, Bicep, Tensnake, Leon Vynehall and Fatima Yamaha on deck.
Elsewhere Butterz, Ivy Lab, Novelist, Monki, Stormzy and Addison Groove all join Annie Mac, Carl Cox, Skepta, Underworld, Floating Points and Little Simz, who were announced in March.
What better way to celebrate Beltane than with scintillating beats from two of electronic music’s hardest working producers? On Friday, May 01st, Four Tet (Kieran Hebden) and Floating Points (Sam Shepherd) decamp to the Sugar Hill Disco in Brooklyn for an all-night, all-vinyl back to back set in the outlaw disco tradition of getting down in closed restaurants and pop-up clubs.
Mao Ra Sun are a Brightonian duo centered around soulful, bassy electronic music. Having released their debut single 'Ways Of Seeing' earlier this year to wide critical aclaim, even from the omniscient Sun Ra - their debut album could well be one of the album highlights of 2014. We had a quick chat with the guys below: