Four Tet has unveiled his new collaboration with RocketNumberNine - listen to 'Roseland' below.
There are many sides to Kieren Hebden. The producer is perhaps better known of late for his approach to skewed club material, his ability to twist house and textures and UK Garage rhythms into something daring, something different.
However the producer also has a keen interest in improvised music. Working on a series of wonderful collaboration with Steve Reid, Kieren Hebden is also known for his work with RocketNumberNine.
Last night (February 17th) Four Tet pointed fans towards a new track, which is seemingly a full collaboration with the London ensemble. 'Roseland' stretches out towards the seven minute mark, and is a trippy, glitchy journey through jazz tinged territory which is set to drop "in about a week or so".
Listen to it below.
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In related Four Tet news, the producer's 2003 album 'Rounds' is set to be re-issued. At the time a real breakthrough for Kieren Hebden, the album is an incredible mixture of jazz elements, IDM and folk flourishes.
Expanded for its 10th birthday, 'Rounds' will gain a live disc recorded in Copenhagen back in 2003. Look out for it from May 13th.