Four Tet nee Kieran Hebden has said that he wants his music to tell the story of his life, and his tracks do occupy the same psychic space as a certain class of Instagram pictures: the sun-dappled portrait taken on a mountaintop, or the early morning shot of the steam rising off an alpine lake. These are the sort of moments that are too slippery to adequately capture in a caption, though, invariably, we try. A lot of musicians spend their career chasing a sound, and while Hebden does have a certain sonic palette — one that is inordinately taken up by anything that chimes — the listener gets the distinct impression that, more than anything, the British producer is in search of a feeling. This is true of the work he does on remixes. Hebden is not only one of the most prolific remixers of his generation, but also one of the most catholic. And while his remixes generally correspond to the stylistic shifts and whims of his own work, there are times when they precede his own transformations, seemingly blurring the subject and object. Hebden latches onto a specific idea, melody, vocal line, or beat in the source material, and tweaks that according to his own muse. It feels as if two artists are viewing the same scene — lovers, naked, intertwined, near daybreak — and coming to slightly different, though complimentary conclusions. Hebden is also very savvy when it comes to selecting the tracks he remixes.
Never Come Back (Four Tet Remix)
Remixes is a two-disc compilation of Four Tet remixes. It was released on 25 September The first disc contains twelve Four Tet remixes selected by Hebden, while the second disc comprises every official remix to date both by himself and by other artists of Four Tet tracks. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Pitchfork Media. Archived from the original on 12 August Retrieved 10 August
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It was more about my own spirituality and our relationship in our marriage. Fall in love, learn, make some mistakes, laugh, serve other people, reproduce, and let the whole story start again. How do you maintain a healthy balance with relationships and work when your partner has a more demanding profession than you.