Live At The South Bank

Posted 12/09/11

south bank

Kieran Hebden, Steve Reid and Mats Gustafsson - Live at the South Bank...  Double LP and CD to be released on Smalltown Superjazz on November 15th.  This is a recording of a one off concert we did together in London on the 20th June 2009.


Disc 1:

01 Morning Prayer
02 Lyman Place
03 People Be Happy

Disc 2:

01 Untitled
02 25th Street
03 The Sun Never Sets

Eleven Tokyo

Posted 30/08/11


Photograph by Jason Evans. Taken during my DJ set at Eleven this year.


Posted 16/08/11

Locked (TEXT011) by Four Tet

Radiohead Remix

Posted 30/07/11

My remix of Radiohead's Seperator is streaming on their soundcloud and their website now.  Here it is:

Radiohead - Separator (Four Tet RMX) by Radiohead

Fabriclive59 Launch Party and DJ Tour

Posted 21/07/11

Friday 23rd September 2011

Room 1

Four Tet (DJ set)
Caribou (DJ Set)
Trevor Jackson
Jacques Greene (Live)
RocketNumberNine (Live)

Room 2


Pearson Sound
Dreadnought (Live)
Elgato B2B Billy Blanks
Hosted by MC Chunky

Room 3


Alexander Nut
Josey Rebelle
Hosted by Fatima

Tickets available here:

This date is part of a DJ tour I'm doing to celebrate the release of Fabriclive59.  Dates so far are:


21st Acetate @ Wire, Leeds (with Ben UFO)
22nd Rex, Paris (with Floating Points)
23rd Fabric, London
24th Warehouse Project, Manchester
25th Trouw, Amsterdam (with Floating Points)


Posted 14/07/11


I've got a Fabric mix cd coming out on September 19th...  Been talking about it on twitter the last few months.  Here's the tracklist:

1. Intro
2. Michael Redolfi – Immersion Partielle [INA-GRM]
3. Crazy Bald Heads – First Born [On-Tick]
4. Persian – Feel Da Vibe [Same People]
5. KH – 101112 [unreleased]
6. Youngstar (Musical Mob) – Pulse X [Inspired Sounds]
7. Crazy Bald Heads – First Born (Four Tet Remix) [unreleased]
8. Floating Points – Sais (dub) [Eglo]
9. Apple – Mr Bean [Appsolute]
10. Manitoba – Webers [Leaf]
11. Big Bird – Flav (Urban Myths Remix) [Nice n Ripe]
12. Genius – Waiting [Kronik]
13. Four Tet – Fabric [unreleased]
14. David Borden – The Continuing Story of Counterpoint Part Nine [David Borden]
15. STL – Dark Energy [Something]
16. Percussions – Percussions One [unreleased]
17. C++ – Angie’s Fucked [Music For Freaks]
18. Burial – Street Halo [Hyperdub]
19. KMA – Cape Fear [KMA]
20. WK7 – Higher Power [Power House]
21. Ricardo Villalobos – Sieso [Cadenza]
22. Four Tet – Pyramid [Text]
23. Red Rack ‘em – How I Program [Bergerac]
24. Active Minds – Hobson’s Choice (Tune For Da Man Dem) [white]
25. Armando Gallop & Steve Poindexter – Blackholes [Muzique]
26. Outro
27. Four Tet – Locked [Text]

They are doing pre-orders here:

Early Releases

Posted 21/04/11

Here are some of my early releases from back in the 90's.  They've not been easily availble for a while so I thought it was time to get them out there again.  Downloads are working at the moment but that is going to be for a limited time only.

Thirtysixtwentyfive (Output, 1998) by Four Tet Glasshead (Output, 1999) by Four Tet Calamine (Radio mix) (Output, 1999) by Four Tet

Coronet Film

Posted 15/04/11

A set of films of the show I did last year at the Coronet in London has been made by Fay Buzzard.  There are 3 full tracks of mine and a short documentary about the night, as well as films of all the other acts that played on the night too.  Everything is up to watch on youtube now:



Posted 24/03/11


Steve Reid Foundation

Posted 17/03/11


 Gilles Peterson has set up The Steve Reid Foundation!!!  This is a wonderful thing... please give your support.  Here's the press release he's issued about it:


The Steve Reid Foundation has been set up by DJ Gilles Peterson in memory of the drummer Steve Reid, who died in 2010. The aims of the foundation are to fundraise on behalf of struggling musicians in need of help and support.

Steve Reid was an amazing drummer with a long and illustrious history that stretched from working with James Brown, Miles Davis and Fela Kuti through to his own Steve Reid Trio and more recently working with Kieran Hebden (Four Tet). He died from throat cancer in the US in April 2010 without the money for treatment that could have saved his life.

As Gilles says: “this is something that is very close to me and that I feel strongly about, and wanted to set up something as a lasting legacy to help others in similar situations. To this end, I am running the London Marathon on April 17th on behalf of the Steve Reid Foundation.”

The Steve Reid Foundation is applying for charitable status and in the meantime will work closely with the Musicians Benevolent Fund to aid the plight of struggling musicians, especially those with long-term and life threatening health problems. A career as a musician may sometimes seem glamorous but more often it is a struggle and health related issues can often be the final straw.

A variety of other fundraising activities are planned, but in the meantime all the monies raised by Gilles running in the marathon will go directly to the Musicians Benevolent Fund.

For further information, contact <.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)>

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