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Jon Hopkins

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On tour Yes
Followers 180,538
Category Ambient, Electronic, Other
Concerts
Jul
27
Boston Manor Park
South West London
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About Jon Hopkins
Jon Hopkins is a musical shapeshifter: a composer, pianist and a self-taught studio wizard. He makes big, bold electronic music using walls of synths, twinkling melodies and amorphous bass rumbles. As such his two albums have seen him labelled by the likes of ambient patriarch Brian Eno as an electronic innovator while an impressive sweep of artists from Herbie Hancock to David Holmes, not to mention ballet choreographer Wayne McGregor, lo-fi folkster King Creosote and musical bluebloods Coldplay, have all called upon the 28-year-old Londoner's handiwork as a producer and composer. Which goes some way to explain why his new album Insides is his first in four years. Hopkins's aesthetic is perpetually intriguing. He transcends genres, melding digital coldness with subtle, bucolic textures; veering from skewed elegance to strange, unsettling depths. Insides' artfully constructed, unparalleled palette of rhythmic loops and treated piano can be partly explained by Hopkins' unusual adolescence; he was a child piano prodigy before discovering the bleeps and beeps of dance music. In his west London bedroom he balanced a teen obsession with acid house, early hardcore and grunge alongside weekend piano tutorials at the Royal College of Music. At 16 he flitted between the twilight stoner world of drum‘n’bass pirate radio and German label Recycle or Die's hypnotic electronica, and the classical discipline of playing a Ravel piano concerto. H Hopkins honed his skills with years of experimentation on four-track tape recorders and old-school computer programs. After leaving school he toured Europe playing keyboards and samplers with Imogen Heap, before signing to Just Music aged 19. His first album, 2001's Opalescent, was written in a Wembley bedsit while he jobbed as a session keyboard-player and engineer. A collection of instrumental songs with an escapist, pastoral feel, it earned him a cult following amongst the electronica cognoscenti. Although he was still naive about rave culture and its comedowns, Opalescent unwittingly tapped into a cultural shift as rave morphed into downtempo. His second outing, Contact Note (2004), was a more evolved set: a cinematic, layered work with a harder experimental edge. It earned Hopkins comparisons to and praise from Brian Eno. An introduction to the sonic alchemist lead to sessions that were later released as part of Eno's album Another Day on Earth. It was this experience as well as collaborations with singer-songwriter King Creosote and the Fence Collective that lit the touch paper for the genuinely exploratory electronica of his forthcoming third album. Which is where we find Hopkins now: putting the finishing touches to Insides. He began work on it during autumn 2006. The following year he took a hiatus after being asked to produce King Creosote's album Bombshell. Around the same time he was introduced to Coldplay by Brian Eno, which led to a stint as an additional producer on their new album Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends. Indeed, the band were so taken with the track ‘Light Through the Veins’ - one of the most sublime moments of Hopkins’ new set - that they’ve used a reworked version to bookend Viva La Vida. Looking back on earlier, more rigidly sequenced work, Hopkins says he has moved away from the clinical accuracy of precision-tooled beats. "I try to base what I do now on recordings of me drumming on something, or beatboxing badly," he says. It's this collision of human imperfection and digital circuitry that lends his latest album a brilliant tension. Its fluttering piano motifs are abruptly overpowered by the sort of brutal basslines that wouldn't be out of place tremoring the dancefloor at an east London dubstep night, or even accompanying avant-garde choreography – the first half of Insides formed the score to Wayne McGregor’s recent contemporary dance production ‘Entity’, which premiered earlier this year at Sadler’s Wells. The stunning beauty of tracks such as 'Vessel' and ‘Colour Eye’ has an ominous quality. Each track segues seamlessly into the next, with thunderous claustrophobic frequencies offset by familiar sounds - the submerged noise of cars on the street, birdsong, and cold currents of melody that open a window and let the day back in. Although steeped in the seriousness of classical composition, it is not a cerebral musical conceit for art boffs. It's hardly even a dance record. Insides is about strange contexts: natural, arcane textures welded to uneasy rhythms. Beautiful acoustic melodies set against jarring bass. Insides is, above all, an audacious album with a modernist luster and magical aura all of its own.
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Ambient, Electronic, Other
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What fans are saying
Popoppo
4 / 5
The set was a little short but very good
Spazio 900 Trevi nel Lazio, Italy
Nov 25, 2018
Pablo
5 / 5
Au top, show sonore et visuel raffiné !
Trianon Paris, France
Oct 28, 2018
Olga
5 / 5
Amazing! Should have gone on all night long...
Fonda Theatre Los Angeles, CA
Sep 20, 2018
Verner
5 / 5
Powerful perfection wearing a delicately sad coat.
Bridgewater Hall Manchester, United Kingdom
Mar 15, 2020
Paul
5 / 5
Absolutely mesmerising and what a show.
Sage Gateshead Gateshead, United Kingdom
Mar 07, 2020
Batts
5 / 5
Great performance ! Amazing SOUND !!!
Salle Pleyel Paris, France
Sep 20, 2022
Ari
5 / 5
5 Stars is not enough.
The Regency Ballroom San Francisco, CA
Sep 22, 2018
Christina
5 / 5
Such a great night!
Thalia Hall Chicago Chicago, IL
Sep 14, 2018
Max
5 / 5
Amazing experience and atmosphere.
L'Auditori Barcelona, Spain
Sep 26, 2022
Rei
5 / 5
What the actual f
Bridgewater Hall Manchester, United Kingdom
Mar 14, 2020
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Jon Hopkins Tour Cities
South West London, United Kingdom

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Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Jon Hopkins on tour?

Yes, Jon Hopkins is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Jon Hopkins concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Jon Hopkins tour is scheduled for 1 dates across 1 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Jon Hopkins scheduled to play?

Jon Hopkins is scheduled to play 1 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Jon Hopkins tour start?

Jon Hopkins’s tour starts Jul 27, 2024 and ends on Jul 27, 2024. They will play 1 cities; their most recent concert was held in South West London at Boston Manor Park and their next upcoming concert will be in at .

What venues is Jon Hopkins performing at?

As part of the Jon Hopkins tour, Jon Hopkins is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Jul 27 - South West London, United Kingdom @ Boston Manor Park
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