After sharing his club version of Jamie xx's "Seasaw" last week, UK experimentalist Four Tet, announced a North American tour today that will last from late April to early June. Kieran Hebden will be joined on fifteen of the stops by Hessle Audio co-founder Ben UFO, and by NYC DJ and producer, Anthony Naples, on three others. The April 30 show at the Shrine Expo Center in Los Angeles will see Hebden play with mythical beatmaker Madlib, Dan Snaith's Daphni project, and UK musician Floating Points, along with Ben UFO. Check out the full details on the official tour poster below.
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