Wednesday, 13 May 2009

Four Tet - Thirtysixtwentyfive

Kieran Hebden's first solo venture outside of Fridge, this is a brilliant and audacious odyssey in sound. A single track, lasting 36 minutes and 25 seconds, this takes in electronica, trip hop, psychedelia and Krautrock: in both its motorik and collage incarnations. Also, there is jazz, live drums and glorious melody in this dubbed-out journey.
Marvellous. It's just a shame the vinyl has to be changed halfway through!
All his solo albums are worth purchasing.


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