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Here we go with another surefire winner from the man we at Norman call Fourtet. Opening with a squelchy, hi end twinkly keyboard motif it soon gives way to a thumping kick drum explosion which after several bars is joined by a melodic loop of fizzy synth and various other electronic accompaniments. A voice of sorts is added to the brew - kind of ethnicy-sounding thing, probably some kind of v ...

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Jupiters / Ocoras by Four Tet (Fourtet)
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 25 May 2012

Here we go with another surefire winner from the man we at Norman call Fourtet. Opening with a squelchy, hi end twinkly keyboard motif it soon gives way to a thumping kick drum explosion which after several bars is joined by a melodic loop of fizzy synth and various other electronic accompaniments. A voice of sorts is added to the brew - kind of ethnicy-sounding thing, probably some kind of voice put backwards through an effect I'd imagine. Kieren Hebden does this kind of stuff in his sleep I'd envisage. It's all expertly put together and if you liked the 'There Is Love In You'' LP and surrounding 12”s you are gonna need this in your life.

On the flip we get a repetitive jerky techno beat which has got Phil so excited that he has just announced that he is buying one of these beauties for himself. A low end hum of dissonant beat work, the sheer sonic force of this track makes up for any lack in the melody side of things. A housey squiggle joins the party adding some required variation and the whole thing pulses along rather impressively. As usual one per person  - you know you want it.


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