Four Tet discography

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Kieran Hebden discography
Studio albums 7
Live albums 1
Compilation albums 2
EPs 4
Singles 18
Video albums 1

This is a comprehensive listing of releases, collaborations, remixes and productions documenting the solo work of the British electronic musician Kieran Hebden. Alongside his role as a member of Fridge, Hebden has established himself as a solo artist under the moniker Four Tet, and has performed as part of the duo Kieran Hebden and Steve Reid.

To date, Four Tet has released seven studio albums, one live album, two compilation albums, two DJ mix albums, four EPs, eighteen singles and one DVD on Output Recordings, Domino Records, Text Records, Azuli Records and Studio !K7. Kieran Hebden and Steve Reid have released four studio albums on Domino Records.

Hebden's debut solo release was the single "Double Density", released in 1997 under the name 4T Recordings.

Four Tet[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Live albums[edit]

Compilation albums[edit]

Mix albums[edit]



  • "Double Density" (Output Recordings, 1997) (as 4T Recordings)
  • "Thirtysixtwentyfive" (Output Recordings, 27 July 1998)
  • "Misnomer" (Output Recordings, 21 December 1998)
  • "Glasshead" / "Calamine" (double a-side) (Output Recordings, July 1999)
  • "No More Mosquitoes" (Domino Records, 2 July 2001)
  • "I'm on Fire" (Domino Records, 1 May 2002)
  • "She Moves She" (Domino Records, 31 March 2003)
  • "As Serious As Your Life" (Domino Records, 20 October 2003)
  • My Angel Rocks Back and Forth (Domino Records, 3 May 2004)
  • "Castles Made of Sand" (Azuli Records, 4 October 2004) (b/w "Don'ts" by David Shrigley)
  • "Smile Around the Face" (Domino Records, 11 April 2005)
  • "Sun Drums and Soil" (Domino Records, 11 July 2005)
  • "A Joy" (Domino Records, 24 October 2005) 12" and 7" versions available with remixes from Percee P, Battles and Four Tet himself.
  • "Pockets" (Studio !K7, 12 June 2006)
  • "Love Cry" (Domino Records, 2 November 2009)
  • "Locked" / "Pyramid" (Text Records, 12 September 2011)
  • "Jupiters" / "Ocoras" (Text Records, 28 May 2012)
  • "128 Harps" (Text Records, 2 July 2012)
  • "Lion" / "Peace for Earth" (Text Records, 15 October 2012)
  • "The Track I've Been Playing That People Keep Asking About and That Joy Used In His RA Mix and Daphni Played On Boiler Room" (Text Records, 4 February 2013)


For collaborations with Steve Reid, see Kieran Hebden and Steve Reid

Split releases[edit]


Compilation appearances[edit]

  • Invisible Soundtracks - Volume III (Leaf, 16/02/1998 - features "Field")
  • Derailed presents: Fallout (Derailed, 30/04/1998, - features "Field")
  • Classic Plant (Leaf, 08/06/1998 - features "Field")
  • Fabulous Shit (Lo Recordings, 01/06/1999 - features the Four Tet/Rothko track "Rivers Become Oceans")
  • Osmosis (Leaf, 03/08/1999 - features "Cload")
  • Channel 1 - A Compilation of Output Recordings (Output, January 2000 - features "Calamine (radio version)" as well as "Anglepoised" by Fridge)
  • Constant Friction - Collaborations 2 (Lo Recordings, June 2000 - features the Four Tet/Rothko track "Rivers Become Oceans")
  • Hamlet - Music frm the Motion Picture (Ryco, 26/01/2001 - features "Calamine")
  • Leaf Compilation (Skintone/Leaf, 12/03/2001 - mix album by Susumu Yokota, features "Cload" and "Heim (Four Tet remix)" by Pole)
  • The Wire Tapper 07 (The Wire, May 2001 - free to subscribers of The Wire magazine with May 2001 issue, features "Glue of the World")
  • Ondas de Resistencia - RCB 94.4FM (Domino Records, June 2001 - Spanish promo CD of Domino acts, features "No More Mosquitoes")
  • PIAS at Pukkelpop (Play It Again Sam, August 2001 - promo CD for PIAS acts playing at the Pukkelpop festival in Belgium, features "No More Mosquitoes")
  • Chilled Ibiza II (Warner, 27/08/2001 - features "Parks")
  • The Big Chill - Glisten (Big Chill Recordings, 24/09/2001 - features "Parks")
  • Solid Steel presents DJ Food & DK (Ninja Tune, 08/10/2001 - features "Glasshead")
  • Disco Pogo for Punks in Pumps Vol. 6 (Domino Records, April 2003 - free CD with April 2003 issue of Jockey Slut magazine, features "She Moves She")
  • Modern Painters (Domino Records, June 2003 - free CD with summer 2003 issue of Modern Painters magazine, features "She Moves She")
  • Born Three (Domino Records, July 2003 - promotional item released by R. Newbold and Rough Trade Shops in Japan, features "Slow Jam")
  • La Route du Rock - La Compilation 2003 (Domino Records, August 2003 - features "She Moves She")
  • Worlds of Possibility (Domino Records, October 2003 - features "She Moves She")
  • Declaration of Independence - The Sound of Domino Records (Domino Records, January 2004 - NME compilation, features "As Serious as Your Life")
  • Exclaim 12th Anniversary Cross-Canada Concert Series (Sonic Unyon, April 2004 - Exclaim Magazine compilation CD, features "And They Look Broken Hearted" and "Glue of the World")
  • Chilled Ibiza Gold (Warner, 31/05/2004 - features "Parks")
  • Bit Street (Sonar Music, June 2004 - DJ mix album by DJ2B2 to promote the 2004 Sónar festival in Barcelona, features "As Serious as Your Life (Jay Dee remix)")
  • Spunk, Days of Future Past (Spunk Records, 25/10/2004 - features "As Serious as Your Life")
  • Semper Satago (Domino Records, 05/04/2005 - features "As Serious as Your Life")
  • Everything Comes & Goes (Temporary Residence, 11/04/2005 - compilation of covers of Black Sabbath songs, features "Iron Man")
  • Galactic Soul (BBE, 07/11/2005 - features "Field")
  • Check the Water (The Leaf Label, 7 November 2005 - features "Field")
  • They'll Have to Catch Us First (Domino Records, 17/04/2006 - features "A Joy")
  • Get Lost (Crosstown Rebel Music, 06/06/2006 - DJ mix album by Damien Lazarus & Matthew Styles, features "A Joy (Battles remix)")
  • Colours Are Brighter (Rough Trade Records, 16 October 2006 - charity album featuring "Go Go Ninja Dinosaur" with Princess Watermelon)

Kieran Hebden and Steve Reid[edit]




See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d "Four Tet". Official Charts Company. Retrieved 15 January 2013. 
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