Earlier today we brought you "Ocoras," the blippy new track from London producer Four Tet. Now we have that song's A-side, "Jupiters." Its second half features a similarly popping background to its predecessor, but we're introduced to the new track by way of trebled-up synths and some tiny surrounding keys.
After about two minutes "Jupiters" gets stronger with a sturdy, foundational bass pump, maintaining balance with the intro piece thanks to some consistently shimmering effects. There's also what sounds like a super-warped vocal sample that appears towards the end. The 12-inch of "Jupiters" b/w "Ocoras" will be released on Tet's Text label later this year. Right now, you can listen to the former track below. [Fader]
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