Jon Hopkins is a British producer whose young career has been defined by a evasive collaborative spirit, whether inspiring Brian Eno with the improvisational elasticity of his compositions or flexing against electronic music strictures in his Diamond Mine album with singer-songwriter King Creosote. His latest, Immunity focuses this scattered creativity into a metronomic wash heavily influenced by his increased interactions with global club music. This album release party at Glasslands is his first headlining show in New York, and the only surprise is that it took so long.
Tue., June 4, 8:30 p.m., 2013
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