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Jon Hopkins: Subtlety, Depth, And Thick Beats, In The Studio

Monday, June 10, 2013

Jon Hopkins performs in the Soundcheck studio. Jon Hopkins performs in the Soundcheck studio. (Michael Katzif / WNYC)

Jon Hopkins has worked with both songwriter King Creosote and collaborated with legendary producer Brian Eno. But as a producer and electronic musician in his own right, Hopkins has released several solo records of heady atmospheric music brimming with sound that can fill the headphones. With his new album, Immunity, Hopkins plays off of that subtly and depth to create intelligent dance beats that are also bona fide club bangers.

Set List:

  • "Open Eye Signal"
  • "Abandon Window"
  • "Breathe This Air"

See more photos from Jon Hopkins' session at Soundcheck's Tumblr page.

 

Jon Hopkins performs at MoMA PS1 Warm Up on on Saturday, August 31.


Guests:

Jon Hopkins

Comments [1]

Ric Kallaher

Heard "Abandon Window" on the radio during my late nite drive home. I couldn't wait to get home & listen to the full interview and, of course, the piece again. Beautiful. Quiet. Moving. Inspiring.
Thanx.

Dec. 19 2013 12:07 AM

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