Kieran Hebden's work with Fridge and now Four Tet has won him high regard and a support slot with Radiohead. Hebden has that rare gift of producing tunes from some extremely complicated instrumental pieces, often combining cutting edge electronica with ancient instruments. 'She Moves She' jitters and jolts through banjo playing, harp and what sounds like a particularly tired sounding printer. 'Spirit Fingers' steps up the urgency with what may be spiralling Oriental wind chimes; it's a track which completes an excellent first half. Surprisingly the longest item here 'Unspoken' seems the most unimaginative but after this comparative lapse things pick up again with wild percussion, spanish guitar and even a squeaky toy featuring on the final trio of aural innovations. Hebden proves once again that for all his technical wizardry there lurks a myriad of quirky melodies.