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  • Summary: This is the latest full-length release from British indie electronic artist Four Tet.
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  1. Mar 22, 2024
    The way he calls back to nearly all of his past projects, one could make the mistake that Hebden's best years are behind him. That would be missing the point, though. Regardless of all the attention he's received from his massive performances, he's still looking for new ways to be Four Tet.
  2. Mar 19, 2024
    Undeniably impressive, ‘Three’ neatly frames the wondrous aspects of Four Tet’s work. It doesn’t move beyond the landscapes fans will be familiar with, choosing instead to embrace a more understated pursuit of evolution. For those in search of electronic beauty, however, few albums will be more radiant or rewarding.
  3. Mar 20, 2024
    It's a joy to bask in the glow of one of the world's best producers leaning into his strengths.
  4. Mar 19, 2024
    Its [Daydream Repeat’s] arrival as fourth track brings a welcome levity to proceedings and you sort of wish there was more of it. Nevertheless, if Three is predictable in its lack of surprises, in Hebden’s case, that can only mean what’s on offer is sturdy and assured.
  5. Mar 19, 2024
    Nearly 30 years into his career, Four Tet seems to be finding new terrain within well-established sounds, many of which he pioneered. The result is a pleasantly surprising addition to the canon of electronic music.
  6. Mar 21, 2024
    Some of the tracks on Three cover similar territory, but overall, the album is much more tightly focused than the abstract yet personal Sixteen Oceans.
  7. Mar 21, 2024
    It's a solid album by anyone's standards, and a real testament to Four Tet's unassuming mastery that he folds such a range of stylings together without any individual one going out of its way to announce itself as such (we'll forgive the geetar).

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