WOMPLIST, DJ Assault, Daedelus, Jon Hopkins, Clark, Doctor Jeep, Future Brown, Fade to Mind, GHE20G0TH1K

WOMPLIST 70: DJ Assault, Daedelus, Jon Hopkins & Clark, Doctor Jeep, Future Brown, Fade to Mind x GHE20G0TH1K

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Iamyank – Cold Summer EP

Hungarian bass music producer Iamyank released his 4 track Cold Summer EP last week, and today he put the whole thing up on youtube in 720. While it’s less dancefloor-oriented than other stuff heard from him, it’s an incredibly well crafted bass music, touching on idm, folktronica and future bass. Both of the vocal pieces on

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Jon Hopkins at Cameo is sold out, win tickets on fb

We’re big fans of Jon Hopkins round these parts, ever since we saw him steal the show opening for Prefuse73 at LPR in 2009. He’s quite simply one of the best controllerism perfomers out there. So we’re stoked to see his show saturday at cameo is SOLD OUT; however I’m sure some of you are

Jon Hopkins – Live at SKIF Festival

50 minutes of Jon Hopkins making gritty, gorgeous instrumental music with a whole bunch of Kaoss Pads. If the beginning is too mellow for you, skip to 15:50 where things get real crunchy. His music has shades of Amon Tobin, DJ Shadow or Lorn, but his live performance far outshines anything I’ve ever seen.

I saw this guy open for Prefuse73 a few years ago and he completely stole the show. At the time, I was blown away at how his hands never stopped moving, seeming almost independent of each other. What I’m noticing now is how he never once puts on headphones. Amazing live electronic music like this is the antidote to the button-pressing cynicism of Deadmau5 and his pre-mixed spectacle

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