Jon Hopkins is an English electronic music producer hailing from Kingston Upon Thames in Surrey. Born in 1979, he would first cut his teeth performing as the keyboard-player for Imogen Heap, but has since moved on to produce his own music - as well as material for the likes of Brian Eno and Coldplay.
His own debut solo album ‘Opalescent’ hit shelves in 2001, and since then he’s put out three more records (and a motion picture soundtrack for How I Live Now), as well as regularly performing across the country.
He's released a brand new LP, 'Singularity', in May 2018. Hopkins will support the record with the Singularity Live Tour, making his way through Europe and the UK in autumn - including a show at the Warehouse Project and a charity performance at the Shepherds Bush Empire with Alexis Taylor for War Child UK.
Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Thu 10th May 2018
Photo: Steve Gullick
Historically, Jon Hopkins has been the kind of musician you come across at a festival and choose to pass by based on his tedious audience of hallucinating electro snobs - the kind of people who ‘shhh’ at a techno gig.