Kieran Hebden isn’t really known for making any music outside the world of electronica, but then again, he’s not entirely your everyday musician. As Four Tet, the UK producer creates glorious electronic landscapes that can be difficult to take in at times, and it now appears that he is working outside of his comfort zone, producing the latest track for Atlanta M.C. Rome Fortune. Production wise, it’s refreshingly nothing you’d expect from Hebden, sounding vaguely in the school of Madlib; coincidentally, he has remixed MF Doom and Madvillain in the past. Pitchfork notes that he and Rome Fortune have also collaborated on another song, which can be expected to come out shortly. In the interim, download “One Time For” below:
mp3: Rome Fortune, “One Time For” (Prod. Four Tet)
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