1. Four Tet's 10 Favorite Sample Flips.

    Few folks can continually chart adventurous paths in electronic based beats - much less brilliantly harness the improvisational energy of free jazz and acoustic beauty of folk. (Much less boast the singular distinction of having both remixed Madvillain and been remixed by J Dilla!) But Kieran "Four Tet" Hebden is far from your average tracktician. The UK artist/producer's resume includes everything from reworking Radiohead to acclaimed collabs with late, great jazz drummer, Steve Reid. Needless to say, the man knows his way around a sample. And with a new album, Pink, dropping later this month it was only right we hit up this esteemed, long-time fan of our sample flips series for a serious (sorry, couldn't resist) sample flips list of his own that reflects the depth of his knowledge and diversity of his ear. (MILD DISCLAIMER: Says, Hebden - "I can’t really say this is my all-time top 10 because I had to leave stuff out as I don’t want to get anyone in trouble by revealing uncleared samples. Ten of my all time favourites, though, in no particular order.")

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    1. Terry Riley – "You’re Nogood" (Cortical Foundation, 2000; recorded 1968)

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    Four Tet: Oakley Sunglasses Cheap I’m starting with this one because it was just way ahead of the game… 1968 and minimalist composer Terry Riley takes a soul record and makes a tape loop of a short piece from the middle and then loops it until everyone loses their minds. I love the way he plays most of the original track and then lets the sample lock in, just the same way Kanye did on "Otis" only a few months ago, and has been done on countless other hip-hop beats. Pete Rock also used this record for his House of Pain "Jump Around" remix.


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    3. Freeway – "What We Do" (Roc-A-Fella, 2002)

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    4. Ricardo Villalobos – "Enfants (Chants)" (Sei Es Drum, 2008)

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    5. Radiohead – "Idioteque" (Capitol, 2000)

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