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Sunday, February 2 2014

Breathe This Air: An Interview with Jon Hopkins

Jon Hopkins' Mercury Music Prize winning Immunity was an electronic masterpiece that was unlike anything people had heard before.


Thursday, December 12 2013

The Best Electronic Music of 2013

Above all, 2013 was a year when electronic music's cream of the crop did what they do best and left no one wanting for more.


Thursday, May 30 2013

Listening Ahead: Upcoming Music Releases for June 2013

Get the early word on anticipated new albums by Camera Obscura, Smith Westerns, and Eleanor Friedberger, as well as a listing of June's releases.


Thursday, December 10 2009

The Best Electronic Albums of 2009

We have no idea where the hell electronic music is going in the next decade, but if you can't find something in the wide stew of sonics out there to get excited about, check your pulse. You're probably dead.


Columns

Tuesday, December 10 2013

The Best Film Scores of 2013

This year saw no shortage of innovative, exciting film scores. Notes on Celluloid counts down the ten soundtracks that lingered the longest in our minds.


Reviews

Tuesday, November 19 2013

Jon Hopkins: How I Live Now OST

Those who love Jon Hopkins’ stellar 2013 release Immunity will find a lot to love in his work for the film How I Live Now, which brings together spare piano chords with textural ambient and noise backgrounds to a Malick-esque effect.


Tuesday, June 11 2013

Jon Hopkins: Immunity

While the tracks do expand, growing before your ears from what you first think they are about to much more, they also are small, in the best of ways.


Tuesday, June 2 2009

Jon Hopkins: Insides

Jon Hopkins's wizard-like productions have gotten the thumbs up from Brian Eno, and this reviewer.


Blogs

Wednesday, July 17 2013

The Mysterious Legacy of Q Lazzarus' "Goodbye Horses"

Some 25 years ago, Q Lazzarus' sole hit, the hypnotic dance-thump that is "Goodbye Horses", soundtracked a fairly popular Jonathan Demme movie. Amazingly, it wasn't Silence With the Lambs. With an anniversary vinyl release upon us, we dig up even more facts about this glorious pop anomaly ...


Thursday, November 18 2010

Classically Trained Electro Master: An Interview with Jon Hopkins

Electronics master Jon Hopkins takes time out from his packed schedule to chat about his many projects at this year's Moogfest.


Thursday, May 14 2009

20 Questions: Jon Hopkins

The Royal College of Music trained Jon Hopkins released his latest album Insides on Domino on May 5th and he tells us about his inspiration.


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