Four Tet is one of those guys that just keeps unintentionally slipping off my radar, despite the fact I generally enjoy his material. Hence, stumbling on this was a welcome find, not least because it’s a nice little slice of chillout electronic music.
The instrumentation’s got a lot of diversity, opening with a bassy, minimal style before throwing in the harps to really brighten the soundscape considerably, before switching back once more. A clever addition is the removal of ‘transitions’ for the first half of the track, and instead of a smooth switch into another segment, he brings the track to a complete stop. The little things make all the difference, and this is a memorable effort that’s worth a few listens.