Four Tet Jumps Genres, But Its Meaningful Abstractions Stick Like Glue

San Francisco Bay Guardian | March 18, 2009
Four Tet's music is sticky. The word works as a description of Kieran Hebden's gluey way of making precious, melodic samples adhere to languid hip-hop beats. It also conveys that Four Tet's sound not only bears down into your memory, it also becomes a medium for memories in its own right.

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