Three Horsemen in the Mirror.

Three horsemen of an aural apocalypse cometh. Kieran Hebden and Sam Shepherd (aka Floating Points)  first aired the heavily anticipated collab between Thom Yorke, Four Tet and Burial late last night on Rinse FM. That's Thom Yorke, Four Tet and Burial. Thom Yorke, Four Tet and Burial. And the results are devastating. The vinyl run of the release featuring new cuts Ego and Mirror sold out in a flash, although a couple more copies are expected to be hunted down today yet to tide you over, radio rips of the tracks have poured down from the Soundcloud.

Side A, Ego opens with ominous Burial bass, before Hebden-esque rhythm colludes, Yorke finally chirping up amidst the melée. It's rare that a collaborative effort remains faithful to all artists involved, yet this particular trio, as you'd wholeheartedly expect, appear to have done just that.
  Burial, Four Tet & Thom Yorke - Ego by ListenBeforeYouBuy
The flipside, Mirror, meanwhile is more aligned with Yorke's The Eraser LP from which Burial remixed the disconcerting, frenetic And It Rained All Night, sounding a little like the highlights of last weekend's Bloc Weekend condensed down into six(ish) minutes and committed to vinyl.
  Burial, Four Tet & Thom Yorke - Mirror by ListenBeforeYouBuy