Londoner Kieran Hebden, a.k.a. Four Tet, brings the organic side of sampling to hip-hop and dance. His '90s experiments combined crunchy beats with eerie jazz chops, which set the template for his later, genre-bending escapades. Not one to shy away from four-to-the-floor, house-influenced jams, his tracks embrace an earthy, analog sound, as crackles, spooky pianos, and upright basslines make bedfellows with programmed drums and layered synths. Lovers of James Blake and Burial need to check out this playlist.