Kieran Hebden, better known as Four Tet, has shared a playlist titled 'Everything' which includes every song he's worked on.
Kieran Hebden, better known as Four Tet, has shared a very, very lengthy playlist of all of the work he's done in his lengthy career. Totalling over 500 songs so far, the playlist includes everything he's written, recorded, produced, remixed and performed on.
Four Tet shared the playlist on social media with fans, and explained that not everything will be on the playlist as some releases exist that aren't on Spotify, including his collaborations with Burial and his first Four Tet album. Showing just how prolific he really is, this playlist is a career-spanning collection including (nearly) all of his albums under his Four Tet moniker, plus some of his most loved remixes including his remixes for Chvrches, Caribou, Jamie xx and many more.
While posting about the playlist on Instagram, Hebden wrote, "I’ve been going through my archive finding old music that I worked on and photos."
"It made me wonder how much stuff is on Spotify that I’ve been part of so I put everything I could find in a playlist. It’s 526 tracks so far and there is a link to it in my bio.”
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I’ve been going through my archive finding old music that I worked on and photos. It made me wonder how much stuff is on spotify that I’ve been part of so I put everything I could find in a playlist. It’s 526 tracks so far and there is a link to it in my bio. Lots of key things missing though like first Four Tet album and single and the Burial collaborations etc because they are not available on streaming. This photo as usual is by @jasonevansfoto from 2005 in Brighton.
Hebden has been very active on socials during the current global pandemic, playing a few live streams including a very special Boiler Room set and communicating with fans. Four Tet also released his critically acclaimed new album, Sixteen Oceans, earlier this year.
Check out Four Tet's 'Everything' playlist below:
Words by Emma Jones
Image via Crack Magazine