‘All of this Unreal Time’ is a new film installation made by a creative group for this year’s Manchester International Festival. Written by Max Porter for actor Cillian Murphy, it explores our individual and collective fallibility as one man wanders through London at night addressing his failings. The film is directed by Aoife McArdle and the soundtrack composed by Aaron and Bryce Dessner of The National along with electronica artist, Jon Hopkins. Robert Bound is joined by Aoife, Jon and Max to talk about the collaborative process.
In this Part 2-of-2, Lamar and Jon dive into one of the most amazing (and interesting) things on God's green Earth, Summer Camps. The guys share their favorite parts of camp AND their not-so favorite parts AND they even describe their ideal Summer Camp. Jon shares experiences, fav foods, and how much he loves camp-themed tank tops. Lamar, however, hates tank tops. This is the second part because the conversation was just TOO GOOD for one! Love ya, God Bless.Special Thanks to Jon Hopkins for being on this episode! If you haven't listened to Part 1, go check it out!Follow the podcast on Instagram & Twitter: @landlinepodDrop me an email! firstname.lastname@example.orgMusic: Vibe With Me by Joakim Karud http://soundcloud.com/joakimkarudThings Jon & I Recommend:Chick-Fil-A Grilled Spicy Chicken Deluxe Sandwich - 10/10 derrrricious (listen to the full episode to hear Lamar's full CFA order)Men's Degree Motionsense DrySpray - UltraClear Scent (Jon swears by it!)--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this Part 1-of-2, Lamar asks a few questions allowing the listener (you) to learn more about Jon. Jon shares his favorite movies, including the Christian smash-hit "Facing the Giants". He also discusses "Creed", state foods (yummy Spam), and his experiences twerking in church. So much good content, I decided to split it into TWO EPISODES! Love ya, God Bless.Special Thanks to Jon Hopkins for being on this episode! Check back later this week for Part 2!Follow the podcast on Instagram & Twitter: @landlinepodDrop me an email! email@example.comMusic: Vibe With Me by Joakim Karud http://soundcloud.com/joakimkarudThings Jon & I Recommend:~ check back next episode to hear them ~--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
№692: Johnny Marr, Árstíðir, Boy George и Jon Hopkins
Темная сторона Луны
1. Johnny Marr — The Tracers2. Johnny Marr — New Dominions3. Johnny Marr — Day in Day Out4. Árstíðir — Lover5. Árstíðir — Þar Sem Enginn Fer (Sjálfviljugur)6. Boy George & Linton Kwesi Johnson — Star Dub7. Boy George & Sinead O`Connor — Death of Samantha8. Jon Hopkins — Emerald Rush9. Jon Hopkins — Feel First Life10. Johnny Marr — Walk into The Sea
🎧 Back in episode 28 of our Backstage podcast Jon Hopkins told us how and why Brian Eno taught him to make mistakes on purpose. The electronic music maestro shares with us why he is doing more sitting gigs now and what audiences can expect from his newest shows.
Delving into the subconscious with Jon Hopkins and Anna Meredith
Four behemoths of the current electronic music scene - Max Cooper, Anna Meredith, Holly Herndon, and Jon Hopkins – join the BBC World Service to talk all about creativity. They’ve made some of the most influential music of the 2010s, and that continues into the new decade. Led by Irish composer, producer, and former geneticist Max Cooper, the group discuss how much their subconscious plays a part in their music, their composition likes and dislikes, and – the biggest question of all – the reasons why they became a musician in the first place. Answering those questions are: one of the most innovative voices in British music, the contemporary-classical composer Anna Meredith, who released the album Fibs last year; American composer and sound artist Holly Herndon, who developed her sound in Berlin, and released the excellent album PROTO last year; and keyboardist, producer, and 'sonic technician' Jon Hopkins. Fresh from releasing various offshoots of the album Singularity, he’s been touring the world, and has played with everybody from Brian Eno and Coldplay to King Creosote.
Backstage #Ep28 Jon Hopkins, Gateshead Jazz festival and Holly Clarke
Electronic music maestro Jon Hopkins; Gateshead Jazz festival's Yazz Ahmed and Bex Burch of Vula Viel; and rising folk star Holly Clarke are among our guests this episode.Electronic music maestro Jon Hopkins tells us how Brian Eno taught him to make mistakes on purpose; jazz trumpeter and composer Yazz Ahmed says that more needs to be done to give female musicians and composers the respect they deserve; Vula Viel band leader Bex Burch explains the title of their new album; young violinist Giulian Fabrizi describes what it’s like to perform on the stage of Sage One; folk singer Holly tells us how Summer Studios helped launch her career; and fledgling Silver Sambanista Elaine Henderson gives us a preview of a forthcoming performance.
Electronic musician Jon Hopkins joins me for a talk about his exploration of consciousness, how he creates his incredible music, and his new album Singularity. This podcast is sponsored by ONNIT. Get a free bottle of Alpha Brain and 10% off your order by going to https://www.onnit.com/hustle This episode is sponsored by TIMEWHEEL. Check out their latest music videos, interviews, videos and original shows at http://timewheel.net Show love by rating the show on iTunes! It makes the source of being happy and helps bring more guests you’d like to hear ★★★★★ Join me on Patreon for exclusive podcasts, bonus podcast material, monthly guided meditations, articles, video Q&As, binaural beats, and handwritten secret knowledge! Rub neurons with me through Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
New Peppermoth, Kriedler, the Orb, Jon Hassell, Jon Hopkins and more
CiTR -- Breakfast With The Browns
Kreidler; SubtractiveLad; Jon Hopkins; The Orb; Building Castles out of Matchsticks; Jon Hassell; Christina Vantzou; High Plains; Joanne Forman; Kenneth James Gibson; Peppermoth; Gas; Brian Eno; Loscil; Colin Stetson; Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith; Grouper; Maya Jane Coles; Quadra; The Verbrilli Sound; Lolina; Chris-A-Riffic; Trailer Trash Tracys & Kellarissa.