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From his critically-acclaimed, yet timid debut as a side solo project from avant-rock outfit Fridge to his last album ranking as one of the seminal electronic records of this decade, Four Tet has become one of the most recognised names around, reaching far beyond the usual realms of electronic music. In just three albums, he has defined his own recognisable sound, rooted in psychedelic rock, spiritual jazz and contemporary dance music, and spurted hordes of followers. Everything Ecstatic is in many ways a very different record from its predecessors. Right from its title to the bright colours adorning its front cover and the music featured, this fourth album radiates with joy and enthusiasm. Domino. 2005.

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Between the work of his pioneering band Fridge and the early Four Tet albums, Kieran Hebden did more than help invent "folktronica"; like all artists worth their salt he pushed the boundaries of the form before they were even drawn. Ecstatic is a fiercely rhythmic rollercoaster ride. The opening track, "A Joy," is a bass-heavy number that updates "No More Mosquitoes" from 2001's "i"Pause. The staggered, double drum kit sound on the deliriously woozy, aptly titled "Smile Around the Face," is what the Boredoms might sound like in collaboration with Fraggle Rock . That sounds ridiculous but it's true. Elsewhere, chimes, gongs, bells and whistles enliven this poppy, woozy electronic record. You might even call the whole thing mystical, especially when lost inside the eight minute "Sleep, Eat Food, Have Visions." -–Mike McGonigal

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