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The BBC at Glastonbury 2014 (Friday): Four Tet performing ‘Parallel Jalebi’ at the Park Stage

By on Saturday, 28th June 2014 at 7:30 pm

Wherever you will be hanging your hat this weekend, whether you’re joining the sheep at Worthy Farm or you’ve got your feet up in front of the telly, us here at TGTF will have you covered when it comes to Glastonbury 2014. The dedicated people they are, the folks at the BBC will be working all hours during the festival and feeding us live coverage as it becomes available. What does this mean for you? We’ll be passing along all the best bits to you, our faithful readers.

The Park Stage proved itself Friday as having the most interesting line-up of Glastonbury 2014, including Four Tet‘s star turn underneath the stars Friday night. Kieran Hebden brought it with strobe lighting and his eclectic beats, and now you can watch him spin and blip his way through ‘Parallel Jalebi’ below.

For more of the BBC’s Glastonbury coverage online, head this way. Stay tuned for more videos from Glasto 2014 right here on TGTF.



MP3(s) of the Day #731: Four Tet

By on Monday, 28th January 2013 at 10:00 am

It’s not everyday that we give away an entire album for free, but today, we are doing exactly that, thanks to Kieran Hebden (Four Tet). Recently on Twitter he announced he was going to release a new album, and he did. ‘0181’ features work he did over a four year period, from 1997 and 2001, which feels like entire lifetime ago because that was when I was still in school. Listen to and snag the entirely digital LP below.


Caribou / November and December 2010 UK Tour

By on Tuesday, 22nd June 2010 at 8:00 am

Dan Snaith aka Caribou has announced a string of UK shows for the end of the year…

Friday 19th November 2010 – London, Coronet (with Four Tet)
Saturday 20th November 2010 – Manchester, Warehouse Project (with Four Tet)
Sunday 21st November 2010 – Glasgow, ABC 2 (with Four Tet)
Monday 22nd November 2010 – Leeds, Brudenell
Tuesday 23rd November 2010 – Bristol, Thekla
Wednesday 24th November 2010 – Brighton, Coalition
Tuesday 7th December 2010 – Minehead, In Between Days
Wednesday 8th December 2010 – Liverpool, Kazimer


Four Tet / February 2010 UK Tour

By on Thursday, 19th November 2009 at 11:00 am

Four Tet, known to his mum as Kieran Hebden, has announced a string of shows for February and March around the UK.

Tickets are on sale now.

Friday 12th February 2010 – London Dome, Tuffnell Park
Thursday 11th March 2010 – Manchester Club Academy
Friday 12th March 2010 – Leeds TJs
Saturday 13th March 2010 – Edinburgh Bongo Club
Wednesday 17th March 2010 – Brighton Concorde 2
Friday 19th March 2010 – Birmingham Custard Factory
Saturday 20th March 2010 – Bristol Fiddlers


Daily Roundup: Wednesday 28th January 2009

By on Wednesday, 28th January 2009 at 8:41 pm

Another busy day here at TGTF. Expect things to slow down over the end of this week and next week, as I have to have about half of my university dissertation done by next Friday, and frankly I’ve done next to nothing on it so far. I’ll also be roping in some of you lovely readers later in the year to help out with some of my research – I’m looking at corporate sponsorship in the music industry, something I’m sure you can all relate to and have strong opinions on!!

James YorkstonMoving on to the more day-to-day stuff (and what you’re probably all here for: MP3s!).

Now, I know I said last year that here at TGTF we wouldn’t be featuring many of the festival lineups. At that point, I hated festivals. Not gonna lie, I hadn’t been to one and was too frightened of getting my feet muddy. Then we went to Hydro Connect, and fell in love with the concept, so expect a bit more festival coverage this year.

Field Day have announced some of their lineup for Saturday 1st August this year. They’ve got the amazing Mogwai headlining, along with Four Tet and James Yorkston (pictured right) and a few more artists to be announced. Sounds pretty good, might well see if we can wander down. Tickets are on sale now, priced at £29.50 each plus the obligatory booking fees, bah humbug. It’s in Victoria Park, London from 11:30am – 10:30pm. Fun.

In other festival news, local lads to me here in Oxfordshire, Supergrass have announced that they’ll be playing Wychwood Festival. The event, which runs from Friday 29th – Sunday 31st May at Cheltenham Race Course will see the Oxford brit-pop stars will headline the Saturday night, and BBC 6Music DJ Tom Robinson will be curating his very own evening line-up on Wychwood’s third stage. All sounds good, and very local to me.

You all probably know that loud mouthed Lily Allen has a new album out shortly, and I’ll be honest – I quite liked her last one, in a guilty-pleasure sort of way. At least she has more talent than Kate Nash. She’s made an album megamix available for download, so enjoy it before you get your grubby mits on the new album.

**To save disk space, the audio file that originally went with this post has been removed.

Stumbled across an amusing video interview of Goldie Lookin’ Chain earlier today (yes, I should have been working) – words fail me to describe it well, so wander on over to Don’t Panic (which seems like a great student run magazine from a quick look), and watch and enjoy.

One last MP3 and we’ll go. Hockey, who are off on tour with the AMAZING Passion Pit in late February have given us a free MP3 to give to you guys. It’s pretty amazing, a bit of electro pop is always good to get you warmed up for a Saturday night!

MP3: Hockey – 3am Spanish

Oh, and stumbled across the below video for T-Mobile. No, we’re not being paid to have this up, I just quite liked it.



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