The dome is not just a spectacular over-budget millenium disappointment. It is also a village hall style venue in Kentish Town where, a mere three days ago, FOUR TET spun the aural deliciousness that is ‘There is Love in You’. Support and DJ setting courtesy of NATHAN FAKE and CARIBOU, the latter playing new tracks from the masterful new LP ‘swim’. If it were opposites day I would say that no-one smiled and everyone could have enjoyed it more. You do the maths.
FOUR TET – Plastic People
CARIBOU – Odessa
– Kieran Hebden in the round. Nice.
Four Tet releases ‘Love Cry’ this very day! We say it’s a wonderful record and one that has been enchanting our ears for the past weeks. But now it is released into the world and you can either take our word for it, OR someone elses. So, this is what The Guardian say / The Times say / Pitchfork say.
And of course there’s a delightful remix by the excellently named, Joy Orbison to behold
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This is a cat riding a synthesizer through the cosmos
And this is the links roundup:
It’s 2010. So why are we still talking about EOTYear lists 2009? Because the Hype machine publish theirs now and we’re much among ’em // ‘It Must Be Love’ gets (a)-political //James Mercer + DANGER MOUSE = BROKEN BELLS. Listen to some here // THE FREQUENCY have a lovely new site. // And ‘hello 9/10 for upcoming FOUR TET LP, There is Love in You’. We approve, Clash Magazine. //