Four Tet has given away a number of unreleased tracks to celebrate reaching 100,000 followers.
Kieran Hebden likes to keep busy. In 2013 alone, the producer released a number of one off 12 inches, completed countless remixes, produced Omar Souleyman and released a shock new album via his Four Tet moniker.
Oh, and he likes to tweet. A lot.
Reaching 100,000 followers on Twitter, Four Tet decided to give away a series of unreleased cuts via Sendspace. Speaking to fans, the producer wrote: "100k followers very soon... tradition is to give away some music or something right?"
Issuing the first series of tracks, Four Tet claimed that each was written between 1999 and 2012. Adding more material - including a re-work courtesy of Atoms For Peace - the producer then asked: "is sendspace indie label of the year 2013?"
The new issue of Clash magazine is out right now. It's always on the money with breakthrough acts worth listening to. So, go and see.