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10 iconic Four Tet moments

Kieran Hebden's a musical genius

  • Dave Turner
  • 7 July 2017
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Collaborating with Burial on 'Moth'

Before he revealed his identity, there was a time when nobody knew who Burial was. The rumour mill even went as far as speculating Burial was an alias of Four Tet. Something Hebden absolutely hated, according to this interview with Groove. Alas, Four Tet wasn't the man behind gems such as 'Burial' and 'Untrue', it just happened they both went to Elliott School in South London. If OFSTED marked schools on their talent of music, that one would be sitting way up high in the education leagues. Each producer's a genius on their own and the coming together of their two minds is equally exceptional. Released in 2009 on Four Tet's Text Records, 'Moth' is a blissful, dubbed out house voyage in cruise control. "The only flaw to this song is it's too short," one YouTube commenter wrote. They're not wrong.

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