Kieran Hebden’s game is virtuosity. Since honing his skills as a member of post-rock outfit Fridge and releasing his first solo projects on Trevor Jackson’s Output Recordings in the 90s, the man most commonly known as Four Tet has developed one of the most distinct voices in electronic music. Whether it’s instrumental hip hop or folk-fueled micro house, remixes for everyone from Radiohead to Nathan Fake, collaborations with Burial and Jamie xx, or genre-defying DJ sets with his brother-from-another Dan Snaith, this Londoner now residing in Brooklyn never fails to leave his mark. A longtime team member of the Red Bull Music Academy, Four Tet now brings his live show to Webster Hall, with support from special guests Jon Hopkins (Domino) and 2013 Academy participant koreless (Young Turks). And yes, the ticket price is correct.