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Boomkat Product Review:
Kieran Hebdon returns a highly impressive belter of an album under his Four Tet moniker. Hebdon's intuitive originality shines the course of what is without doubt his best work yet. 'Glue of the world' opens subtly with it's peaceful refrain of psychedelic bliss. Before long an underlying edge of funk draws in via the tight drumming, meditative horns and improvised chromatic percussion. The use of live instrumentation processed through digital filters draws comparisons with Scott Herron's Delarosa and Asora project, but with it's eccentricity there is a definite British edge. Tracks like 'Everything is alright' blur the line between Hippy folk and Flamenco guitar styles with classical piano and digital malfunctions. Hebdon seems to have hit a chord with this album, a psychedelic chord of musical maturity. Highly Recommended.