words by Brigitte Kiepert
This month, electronic artist Kieran Hebden, the man known as Four Tet, has given his installment for the label, Fabric Records. To be able to produce for the label means you’ve hit quite the high pivotal point in the electronic realm of music. Hebden’s entry is a woozy combination of house and broken beats. The album fluxes with dizzying bass pulses and jazz rhythms – the combination of the fast and steady beats makes for a piece that is a worthy ad on the label. Check out “Locked”, above.