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Jon Hopkins
Singularity

Singularity is the first Jon Hopkins record since his breakthrough opus Immunity and he has made it in such a way that you are meant to listen to it in one sitting. As a lot of music listeners have the attention span of a gnat this could prove a tricky request but sit yourself down, turn the internet off and enjoy it as Hopkins produces a suite of techno to ambience to choral music and everything in between.  

Jon Hopkins
Opalescent

House producer and Coldplay helper Jon Hopkins has done a lot since Opalescent, but his debut record now gets a reissue after fifteen years in the game. It was released to Just Label who largely dealt in beautified ambient music, and Hopkins sentimental sound was well suited to their whims -- that said, his music introduced different extremities, with his thunderous rhythmic ideas coupled with a more pastoral sound.

Jon Hopkins
Late Night Tales

The electronic skyscraper Jon Hopkins is permitted a day off from making serious and thoughtful glitch records to make us a mixtape. His Late Night Tales has an excessively pointy front cover and meshes together the likes of ambient act A Winged Victory For The Sullen with Nils Frahm, a Gold Panda edit of a Health song and even a Yeasayer cover of one of Hopkins' own songs. There's lots more swirly, floaty electronic bliss where that came from.

Jon Hopkins
Asleep Versions

'Asleep Versions' is electronic producer Jon Hopkins' most recent work, a composition fashioned after 'Immunity' if it were to happen in a dreamlike state where none of the record's original aggression could get in. It was originally conceived as one long-form composition, but has been filtered into four suites that take cues from one another.

Jon Hopkins
Immunity + Asleep Versions

Electronic aggressor and wide-eyed explorer Jon Hopkins puts on his helmet for another crash course in skyward techno. 'Immunity' was originally released in 2013 and saw a marked and robust change in Hopkins' output, while 'Asleep Versions' took a dreamier tack, attempting to float by in one blissful suite but being split into four that span an epic twenty-five minutes. Both ambitious pieces have been compiled in this double CD so their opposing forces may complement one another.
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Natasha Khan (Bat for Lashes) and Jon Hopkins
Garden’s Heart


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Jon Hopkins/ Reuben Taylor/ King Creosote
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