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Posts Tagged ‘Jon Hopkins’

Live Review: King Creosote and Jon Hopkins at the Queen Elizabeth Hall

Francois and The Atlas Mountains provided support for King Creosote and Jon Hopkin's gig at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on Friday 9th September 2011. It was a packed out affair.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Francois and the Atlas Mountains by Maria Papadimitriou aka Slowly The Eggs
Francois and the Atlas Mountains by Maria Papadimitriou aka Slowly The Eggs.

The fabulous Francois and the Atlas Mountains provided opening support for King Creosote and Jon Hopkins at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on Friday 9th September 2011. Fusing world music beats with indie pop and 90s rave beats they managed to create an utterly unique sound that one suspects could only have come out of France, purchase far away from the snobberies of… read more

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New video for Diamond Mine single Bubble by Elliot Dear

The gorgeous new video to accompany Bubble was created by director and illustrator Elliot Dear. It features a black dog who swims amongst the fish deep below a harbour, and it's absolutely wonderful.

Written by Amelia Gregory

There’s no denying that a good music video is increasingly a necessity to accompany any new single release in our multi media world, ampoule so it is no wonder that […]

Jon Hopkins and King Creosote perform Diamond Mine live at the Union Chapel: Review

This sold out event at the Union Chapel on Wednesday 25th May 2011 was a rare chance to see Jon Hopkins and King Creosote perform Diamond Mine live. Not to be missed.

Written by Ferdie Cloak

Jon Hopkins and King Creosote by Jim Design. It was a while before I twigged who Jon Hopkins‘ was: he provided a lovely soundtrack for a piece of contemporary dance […]

Diamond Mine by Jon Hopkins and King Creosote. An interview with Kenny Anderson.

King Creosote answers my questions about his collaboration with Jon Hopkins with amazing frankness and candour. So worth reading.

Written by Amelia Gregory

King Creosote and Jon Hopkins by Rosemary Cunningham. In the second part of my attempt to delve into the creation of the amazing collaborative album Diamond Mine, physician Kenny Anderson […]

Diamond Mine by Jon Hopkins and King Creosote. A review and interview with Jon Hopkins.

Diamond Mine is an absolutely gorgeous album, the result of a collaboration from two very different musical talents. In the first of two blogs find out how the partnership worked from both sides.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Diamond Mine was released in the UK a few months ago and came out in the US only recently, for sale so I hope that some of my readers will […]