Martyn + Four Tet – Glassbeadgames (8 Hours at Fabric Dub)

Four Tet shares a collaboration with Martyn, taken from the latter's forthcoming album on Ninja Tune.

Just Jam 117: Four Tet

Watch a video of Kieran Hebden playing records for about 45 minutes on the latest issue of Just Jam.

Four Tet: Looking Backward, Moving Forward

In this short video documentary by The Creator's Project, Kieran Hebden looks back at some of his early releases as Four Tet.

Four Tet On His Live Set

Watch Kieran Hebden as he breaks down the setup for his live set for the students at the Red Bull Music Academy in NYC.

Four Tet – Lion (Jamie xx Remix)

As much as I hate posting an article with hardly any information value at all, I do love a good track by Four Tet or Jamie xx. Listen to a track that has both involved.

Four Tet – 128 Harps

Only last week, Four Tet declared TEXT016 as ready, now he's giving us a preview to one of the tracks from the new 12-inch.

Inside Four Tet’s record bag

UK's FACT Magazine caught up with Kieran Hebden ahead of his in-store set at Phonica Records, letting him go through some records in his bag.

Burial + Four Tet – Nova

Three years after Moth/Wolf Club, here's a track by Four Tet and Burial that broke the 42,000 plays mark in just six hours!

emanative & Ahmed Abdullah – Lions of Judah (Four Tet Re-Edit)

To pay tribute to one of the greatest jazz drummers, Gilles Peterson's Brownswood label and the Steve Reid Foundation are releasing a new interpretation of Lions of Judah, backed up by a Four Tet re-edit.

Solid Steel Radio Show with Four Tet

Ten years after his first appearance on Solid Steel, Four Tet returns to the show for one last mix before his Fabriclive drops in September.

Juk Juk – Winter Turn Spring

Next up Four Tet's label is a 12-inch from London's Caleb Waterman, who releases music under the name of Juk Juk. Listen to a full track here!

Four Tet – Locked

With every releases Kieran Hebden is putting out, he keeps amazing. No different with the latest on his own Text Records label.

Radiohead – Separator (Four Tet Remix)

You had the chance to listen to those Mark Pritchard remixes for Radiohead the other week, now here's Four Tet take.

2010: One Last Look

We're already halfway through the first month of 2011, so you probably don't want to hear about my favourites of 2010. If you do, you're only one click away!

The Making of Tongues

A short documentary on the making of the Tongues album by Kieran Hebden and jazz drummer Steve Reid.

Jon Hopkins – Vessel (Four Tet Remix)

Jon Hopkins commissioned a video to be shot for the Four Tet remix of his track Vessel.

Four Tet – Return to Plastic People

To celebrate his return to London's Plastic People, Kieran Hebden has put together a new mixtape.

Jon Hopkins – Vessel (Four Tet Remix)

Kieran Hebden is returning a favour to Jon Hopkins, who previously remixed the track Echoes off There Is Love In You.

Four Tet – Nothing To See

New track from Kieran Hebden taken from the forthcoming "Future Bass" compilation on Soul Jazz

Four Tet – Angel Echoes (Jon Hopkins Remix)

This is the b-side of the forthcoming new 12-inch by Four Tet, which will be out on July 19, 2010.

Four Tet – Angel Echoes (Caribou Remix)

On July 19th, Domino will release Angel Echoes, the new single taken from Four Tet's There Is Love In You. Download a free remix from Caribou!

Four Tet live in Los Angeles

Here is another live-set from Four Tet, recorded on his U.S. tour last February.

Weekend Mixtapes

Just in the time for the weekend, here's a sum-up of my favourite mixtapes this week. Including I:Cube, Steve Reid, 2562, Ikonika and Arthur Verocai.

Four Tet live on KEXP

Three videos of Four Tet performing tracks from his last album live on KEXP radio.

Four Tet – Sing (Mosca Remix)

While this is not my favourite version of the song, Mosca's remix of Four Tet's Sing is definitely worth mentioning.

Four Tet Live at The Dome

Here is a live-version of Four Tet's current 12-inch Sing performed at London's Dome.

Four Tet – Sing

On the previous 12-inch, Kieran Hebden already prove a good hand by picking Joy Orbison for a remix. This time he tops that choice with Floating Points.