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  • Vinyl (23 Feb. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Domino/Ada
  • ASIN: B002ZIAC4E
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
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Four Tet, aka Kieran Hebden, has always posed a bit of a problem for me. He is undoubtedly a musical genius I can therefore never figure out why he isn't credited more often for the quality of his work. He has always been capable of producing phenomenally atmospheric and intelligent music. `Rounds' was and still is an utter master piece filled with original and intriguing arrangements that manage to preserve the listener's interest throughout. `Everything Ecstatic' followed up on this with yet more of the same and most recently the `Ringers EP' showcased Kieran's developing sense of rhythm.

We therefore come to 2010 and the first full length Four Tet release in five years. He has in the meantime been working with Steve Reid and undertaking monthly DJ residencies at various clubs and you can hear these influences in `There Is Love In You'. The album opens with `Angel Echoes' which is a typically atmospheric opener with what is initially a very stripped back atmosphere, the tapping rhythms lead nicely into repetitious vocals echoing the album title over and over to build intricacy. It is also accompanied by simple instrumentation which gently adds to the collection of sound in such as to almost create a dream like sweep of sound. First single `Love Cry' follows this incredibly calming introduction picking up on the gentle rhythm and building on it. This is a very obvious example of where Kieran's club residencies have influenced his music. The initial slow buzz comes to be dominated by a complex drum track that patiently develops into something worthy of taking centre stage in any decent DJ set, of course with the aid of some nice synth and repeating vocals. There will be some fantastic remixes of this track I am sure as well.
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Four Tet, alongside his contemporary Burial (who Kieran Hebdan aka Four Tet did a 12'' with called Moth/Wolf Cub) has a knack for producing electronic music with real soul. Just listen to the chopped up vocals repeating the album title on first track 'Angel Echoes', or the way 'Plastic People' cleverly samples 60's girl-group The Chiffons 'Nobody Knows What's Going On' to nostalgic effect. Some people may be perturbed that Hebden has chosen such rigid and traditional structures for this album, but I feel confident that this is him tinkering with a well-worn formula and squeezing something new out of it, 'til his next album which will be something different entirely. 'Love Cry' may seem (dare I say) dull for the first four minutes with a continuous drum-loop, but when the hissing vocal eases in it felt to me like the wait was worth it for the euphoric lift. Last song 'She Just Likes to Fight' loses the beat but replaces it with a guitar melody so effortlessly evocative that it makes me pity those bands that try to meld synthesisers and guitars to such convoluted effect (cough* Delphic, Klaxons, cough*). This is a wonderful album that only evades five stars because I know Four Tet is capable of even more. Here's to whatever he does next!
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A clearing of the airwaves, a flick of the "on" button, and Keiran Hebden is formally ready to return. Although far from out of action in the four years since his previous record, `Everything Ecstatic', an arrival in the new decade seems suitable, as his sound of naturally-built electronica breeds new life and continues to develop. As heads are turning towards newly-establishing pioneers - Joy Orbison the biggest name amongst them - Four Tet is carefully reminding us all of "who's the daddy".

`There Is Love In You' isn't as gentle as its title may suggest: although closer `She Just Likes To Fight' commences with the sound of a child playing with a xylophone, before surrounding the listeners with gentle drum patterns and swift guitar melodies, it's applied at the end of the record to signify a contrast in-between itself and what precedes it. The bulk of Hebden's fifth studio album can sit pretty with a walk in an industrial city; the sound of traffic drowning out the music, as concrete slabs, intimidating buildings and miserable faces are the only visual companion. On face value, this doesn't do `There Is Love...' much justice, as it's a record capable of working both as background music and as "4am music": the kind that deserves your fullest attention, allowing you to engage yourself within the subtle twists and turns that come in excess with this record.

`Love Cry' for example, is mercilessly repetitive, as a London suburb drum beat kicks and kicks at your eardrums, it's only until the final minute-and-a-half of the allocated eight that the poignant guitar melody arrives. But on close inspection, Hebden teases the listener with it two minutes in - for a split-second you hear the same melody, drenched in reverb, ready for action.
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All the way back in 2003 London born Kieran Hebden released the wondeful album 'Rounds' under his alias Four Tet. It was a remarkble record from the former member of Fridge and it paved the way for many other 'Folk-tronica' albums to be released(checkout 'Homesongs' by Adem for another example of how this music is best performed). Since then he has released the luke-warm 2005 album 'Everything Ecstatic', the decent e.p 'Ringer' in 2008 and various rewarding collabarations with jazz drummer Steve Reid and dubstep legend Burial. This is his fifth album under the name Four Tet and is mainly reliable & comfortable but with flashes of the greatness that he is certainly capable of.

The album starts with the quite frankly unremarkable 'Angel Echoes' in which over a fairly simple beat we hear a female voice repeat the name of the album over and over again, it does have a certain beauty in it's simpleness and that would be fine if the rest of the record was'nt otherwise cosy and over-familiar. Songs such as 'Circling' and 'Reversing' are equally unremarkable and seem to sit too much within Hebden's comfort zone to ever stir any emotion or make you seriously stand up and take any notice. This may be seen as heresy by some, but I don't really care all that much for the 9 minute single 'Love Cry' either, it would certainly be one of the weaker tracks off the aforementioned masterpeice 'Rounds'.

Well thats the bad bit out of the way and up to this point it may seem that I have a real dislike for the record, that is not the case. The double shot that is tracks 5 & 6 ('Sing' and 'This Unfolds' respectivly) are superb additions to hebden's catalouge.
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