The xx‘s third studio-album I See You is out now on Young Turks.
Shura announced earlier this week that her eagerly-anticipated debut album Nothing’s Real will finally be released on July 8 via Polydor. The forthcoming record will feature the acclaimed previously released singles 2Shy, Indecision, White Light and Touch. The news comes accompanied by this dancefloor focused remix of her starry-eyed breakthrough track and current single Touch,… Read more »
Four Tet has shared Oneohtrix Point Never‘s beautiful edit of Evening Side, the second half of Kieran Hebden‘s 2015 album Morning/Evening.
In Colour is available now on Young Turks.
London producer Four Tet has collaborated once again with Melbourne-based producer Designer on Mothers. The track is set to appear on a forthcoming 12″, which also includes last year’s collaborative single Dark. Their forthcoming 12″ will be released via Four Tet’s own Text Records imprint.
Katy B has teamed-up with Four Tet and Floating Points on a garage-flavoured new track titled Calm Down. The track is expected to feature on Katy B’s forthcoming project Honey, a new project that will see the South London Rinse star hook up with various high-profile producers and artists for an array of collaborations. Honey is expected… Read more »
Four Tet co-hosted a BBC Radio 1 Residency show recently with Jon Hopkins, and took time out to premier his previously shelved remix of Coldplay’s Fix You.
London-based artist Sofia Mattioli, the filmmaker behind the beautiful video for Jamie xx’s Sleep Sound, and long-time collaborator Rebecca Salvadori have put together a new short film entitled Continuum, for which Jamie xx, Four Tet, John Talbot, and Koreless have kindly contributed short original productions to act as its soundtrack. You can watch the film… Read more »
Four Tet‘s remix of John Beltran is set to appear as the b-side to an upcoming 12″ for his own Text imprint.
After originally hooking up back in May on the excellent One More Time, Atlanta rapper Rome Fortune and Four Tet have collaborated once again on a slightly more sinister number entitled Lights Low. Kieran Hebden likes to keep busy doesn’t he? Stream both Lights Low and One More Time down below. Both are available as… Read more »