Kieran Hebden’s initial foray into the music business was as part of the post-rock UK trio Fridge. But when the other two members headed off to college, Hebden forged new ground mixing hip-hop and electronica as the experimental-electronic musician Four Tet. He began looping and splicing samples on his computer and went on to release his debut full-length, Dialogue, in 1999. In a glowing review, NME called it “uneven, but in the best possible way.” Hebden has remained busy ever since, remixing other artists—Thom Yorke, Super Furry Animals, Explosions in the Sky—and touring alongside big-name acts like Radiohead, all the while still finding time to make new music. Four Tet (above, performing “Love Cry”) put out his seventh LP, the critically acclaimed Beautiful Rewind, last October. Rolling Stone mentions that it “remains otherworldly in its mix of finesse and raucous musical adventure.” Join the dance party when Four Tet plays Terminal 5 on Saturday.