*update-slash-tangent! Right-click + open-link-in-new-tab on over to my not-so-anonymous-friend's [that part will make more sense in another paragraph or so] bee-ell-oh-gee to see a same-time-horrible, same-time-rad video of Diplo and Girl Talk spinning a sweet sixteen [which totally beats out Mark Ronson's TomKat gig, by the way].
And you know what? I'm not even going to talk much about Four Tet. No, seriously. Just this:
 If you like Caribou/Manitoba, you should like Dan Snaith's friend Kieren.
 I keep trying to convince Postal Service fans who are even too afraid to dip their toes into that electronic stuff to give Caribou and Four Tet a try. Do it. Please. Dip your toes.
[yadayadayada] Some people try to put tags like experimental [it's not], psychedelic [it may be], post-rock [I never understood that one], glitch [no], IDM [umm....], or the jahforsaken tag electronica. Ignore all that nonsense. I have an anonymous friend who says the Cold War Kids aren't rock. Wha? That's like saying the Beatles aren't pop. Or that fish isn't meat. That pink shirts are gay.
[blahblahblah] Ok, so maybe they aren't all the same thing, but my point is this: go read Shakespeare. A rose, any other name, blah blah blah. Oh, and don't judge books by their stupid pigeonholes.
In my most illegal post yet, here are SIX downloads: four Four Tet remixes from 2007 [all four of which validate this as a FaveSongs2007 post], one classic FT track, and his amazing remix of everyone's favorite tearjerker, Sia's Six Feet Under -ending "Breathe Me".
[if you don't know that the above is in fact what I call keeping this short, then you haven't been coming around these parts long enough]
Sia - "Breathe Me" [Four Tet remix]
Battles - "Tonto" [Four Tet remix]
Caribou - "Melody Day" [Four Tet remix]
Matthew Dear - "Deserter" [Four Tet remix]
Nathan Fake - "You Are Here" [Four Tet remix]
Four Tet - "No More Mosquitoes" [Boom Bip remix]
Go buy Four Tet music:
If you ever happen to see me walking around, bopping with my earbuds in and I'm drumming imaginary drumsticks in the air, chances are I'm listening to something having to do with Four Tet. Or my iPod's dead and I just don't want to talk to you.