See Four Tet Spin Two Hours' Worth of Obscure French Electro

'Just Jam' performance set to lo-fi green-screen visuals

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Daniel Kreps

Need two hours to kill before the weekend? Kieran Hebden, a.k.a. Four Tet, recently stopped by the underground dance music series Just Jam to spin two hours worth of music ranging from psych-rock and disco to French prog-rockers Heldon and jazz composer David Wertman and every genre in between (via Fact Mag). Some zany green screen effects accompany the performance, which makes it feel like Four Tet is personally playing a concert on your computer while you sweat out an acid trip. If you happened to catch Four Tet opening for Radiohead last year, this is pretty much like that, but two hours long with trippy visuals and jazz. And if the video above leaves you hankering for even more Four Tet, remember that Hebden also just released his 38-minute mixtape 0181, packed with unreleased material spanning from 1997 to 2001. 

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