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FOUR TET Everything Ecstatic (2005 UK 10-track CD album including the singles Smile Around The Face Sun Drums And Soil & A Joy. The disc shows a little evidence of play and comes with the glossy fold-out picture sleeve inlay WIGCD154)
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J'attendais beaucoup de cet album, et sans qu'il soit vraiment mauvais, ma déception est à la hauteur de mon attente.
Préférez les deux précédents albums si vous souhaitez connaître.
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Rounds was nice. But sometimes, when in the interests of not being accused of being "geeky" by his sister (true, apparently), things started sounded a bit one-dimensional and bland ("As serious as your life" for example). As a consequence, Rounds was wildly successful: creating 'folktronica' as a tag and Kieran as it's leader. Rounds was last years' 'Play' or 'Melody AM' Nice, but overexposed and not that challenging.
Meanwhile, the live experience was magic: Kieran Hebden takes his albums as a starting point and rips them apart live, ending each track as a stuttering mash-up of glitches and over-pumped beats. Why couldn't his albums sound so energetic, so sparkly?
And so here's "Everything Ecstatic". I guess he figured he had the right to turn up the playful, experimental dial to 8 this time around. It's fun: it's also less melodic, less easy listening and less immediate for people who don't like randomness in their order.
Back to the album: The lead track 'A Joy' is great, showcasing Kieran's drum programming talents: all over the place, but somehow still cohesive. 'Sun Drum and Soil' is even better, starting sweet and then fracturing, spiralling and getting dirty and cranky by the end. Ecstatic still has it's pure moments: "And then Patterns" is lovely, and as the one clearly tuneful moment in the album it stands out beautifully.
All in all, it's a balanced showing, with a nice blend. There's a couple of missteps: everyone loves Boards of Canada - there's no need to sound exactly like them, like on "Clouding" & "You were there with Me". Especially when Four Tet has no reason to sound like anyone else.
Four Tet manage the best balance of harmony and chaos that I've heard out there. This gets me all excited about the next one all over again. Yay for development, yay for experimentation. Next time, turn that dial up to 10, please.
Dont worry, he hasnt gone and made an industrial metal album!
Basically this album rides the two extremes of "Rounds'" personality: melody and spontaneity.
Where Rounds found a beautiful medium between these two, Everything Ecstatic shows the fight between them.
Crossing the territories of Hip hop, krautrock, foltronica (a label that never completely fit him anyway), spiritual jazz, and post rock, this album comes off as a beautiful mess.
In fact, its more like his work with Fridge than his previous Four Tet releases. Tracks often contain solid beats, and strong melodies that, as the song continues, are completely deconstructed. These tunes often end up in sonic chaos, noise bursts, and complete mayhem, before equilibrium is once again maintained and restored.
It is this collision that makes Everything Ecstatic both a fantastic recording, yet not quite cohesive and purposeful enough for five stars.
You can see the influence that his freindship with Dan Snaith (Caribou/Manitoba) has had. The crashing cymbals, melodic sensibility and sonic frenzies.
But rest assured, there is still a strong sense that this is a Kieran Hebden work. And a fine one at that.