Four Tet Shares Eight New Tracks on SoundCloud

Including reworks of Destiny’s Child and Erykah Badu.

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Coming off of the release of his most recent album, Sixteen Oceans, last month, Four Set has taken to SoundCloud once again to upload a variety of loosies. Included in the bunch is a new take on 2010’s “Angel Echoes” from his fifth studio album, There Is Love In You, as well as several new tracks such as “Filter drums 132” and “128 oceans.” He’s also reworked Destiny’s Child’s “Lose My Breath” and samples Erykah Badu on the 10-minute track, “KH my money’s gone.”

Offloading eight tracks in total, the staggered release of random material isn’t a new concept to the IDM mastermind. In 2016, the UK producer unleashed a variety of loosies he’d been stowing away on a project titled Randoms.

You can stream the latest goods from Four Tet below.

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