Every artist on this list has an impressive discography, but no one has the sheer depth and diversity of Kieran Hebden. Who else has shared vinyl space with Thom Yorke, Steve Reid, Burial and Sven Väth? His 2012 album, Pink, saw Four Tet diverge from long-time label Domino, but the quirky, catchy dance music he’s become famous for in recent years left just as much wiggle room as it always has. Maybe a little more.
NUMBERS Turns 10 & Talks Anthems, Playing RINSED Tonight In NYC
Gangsta Boo and Murs join Kosha Dillz on “Where My Homies Be”
Orrin – Blue Lights
All Eyez On Kosha Dillz’ Visuals for “Tupac Gone Fishin’”
Quelle Chris – Ghost At The Finish Line (Full Stream)