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Compared to the organic folktronica of Jon Hopkins’ preceding strum ‘n’ bass album, Diamond Mine, 2013’s Immunity is a departure in both music style and sonic texture. The former built an imaginative balance from the contrasts of electronic soundscapes rubbing against the grain of wood and wire. But with Immunity, Hopkins’ yin and yang swirl sublimely. The opening song, “We Disappear,” somehow makes techno sound light and breezy. On paper, the stuttered beats, rusty percussion, and deep bass should sound angular and abrasive. But under Hopkins’ touch, the elements here combine to sooth the senses with a feel that’s similar to reclining in a leather seat in the first-class section of a 747. “Open Eye Signal” follows, with more downplayed rhythms and tones gently pulsing and droning alongside what sounds like brushes on a snare drum. “Breathe This Ear” returns us to a time in the mid-'90s when British shoegazers like Slowdive were collaborating with the ambient electro backdrops of Seefeel. “Collider” brings some innovation to this marriage with cleverly collaged samples of singer Lisa Elle (Dark Horses).

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Best Album So Far

This is one of Jon’s best recording's ever!!


Outclassing all the competition, Jon Hopkins has created an ambient masterpiece which avoids the pitfalls of acidity and aridity which saturate so much of the competition. His sound gardening is organic and fluid and always engrossing.


After listening to Above & Beyond yoga set from burning man, I was hooked on Jon’s unique style. Definitely on my top 5 favorite producers.


Born: August 15, 1979 in Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, Eng

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Jon Hopkins is an electronic producer who meticulously constructs lush arrangements, blending digital beats and soothing ambience. His unique, hypnotic style made him a sought-after producer in the pop world, and earned him credits on albums by Coldplay, Massive Attack, Brian Eno, and Herbie Hancock in the late 2000s. Starting out as a gifted child pianist, in his teen years he became interested in synthesized sounds and started making acid house and drum'n'bass on a four-track recorder using computer...
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