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Jon Hopkins - Insides Mp3
Electronic
Performer: Jon Hopkins
Title: Insides
Style: IDM, Downtempo, Ambient
Year 04 May 2009
Country UK
Label Double Six , Domino
Catalog Number DS015CD, DNO227
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 556
MP3 size: 1055 mb
FLAC size: 2740 mb
WMA size: 2877 mb
Record From: CD, Album

Jon Hopkins - Insides Mp3

Tracklist

1Vessel
Violin [Electric] – Davide Rossi
4:42
2Wire4:41
3Light Through The Veins
Drums – Lee Muddy Baker
9:18
4Small Memory1:41
5Colour Eye5:11
6The Wider Sun2:35
7Autumn Hill2:40
8Insides4:38
9The Low Places6:35
10A Drifting Up
Humming – King CreosoteVocals [Additional] – Lisa Lindley-Jones
6:27

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DS015Jon Hopkins Insides ‎(10xFile, AAC, Album)Double Six DS015UK2009
6974922Jon Hopkins Insides ‎(CD, Album)Double Six 6974922Australia2009
noneJon Hopkins Insides ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)Dominonone2009
DS015CDSJon Hopkins Insides ‎(CD, Album, RE)Double Six DS015CDSEuropeUnknown
DNO 227 PJon Hopkins Insides ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Double Six , DominoDNO 227 PUSUnknown

Credits

  • ArtworkMan Vs Magnet
  • Electric Guitar, Hurdy GurdyLeo Abrahams
  • Engineer [Additional]Cherif Hashizume
  • Photography By [Portrait]Steve Gullick
  • TypographyTim Lattimore
  • ViolaVince Siprell
  • ViolinEmma Smith
  • Written-By, Recorded ByJon Hopkins

Notes

Written and recorded at Cafe Music Studios, London
Published by Just Publishing

Made in the E.U.
℗&© 2009 Just Music under exclusive license to Domino Recording Co. Ltd.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5 034202 301523
  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout: CINE MAGNETICS: A9-08328
  • Matrix / Runout: CIMAG0050/B S1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LM07
  • Mould SID Code: none

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Just Music
  • Copyright (c) – Just Music
  • Licensed To – Domino Recording Co. Ltd.
  • Published By – Just Publishing
  • Recorded At – Cafe Music Studios
  • Manufactured By – Cine Magnetics

Video

Liarienen
This album is heart-wrenching, you can count on Hopkins to do that to you. It touches on something hidden inside, cuts too close to the heart to deal with it casually. Right from the quivering strings in the opening The Wider Sun, the music stops everything and pulls your heart out. If the moment isn't right, of course, you must resist and switch it off. It's not for everyone, every day. It's definitely not an easy listening. But when the time's right and you venture *inside*, it serves as a perfect vehicle to get you there, to face your inner demons, emotional states, whatever they might be. The production is immaculate, detailed, layered, you drown in the synths. It feels like a narrative to get you through your emotional core, it goes through darker turns, heavy-hitting tracks like Colour Eye mercilessly rinse every little drop of residue sweetness, like a weird childhood memory that suddenly pops into your consciousness from somewhere deep within, or perhaps a memory of your first heartbreak. At other times, the tracks simply touch you for their sheer beauty, the sunlit warmth that fills up the desolate space, carrying you through the worst to the safety on the other side, whispering soothingly to facilitate your heart's recovery, its newly found strength, having gone through the worst with you, now seeing you off onwards and upwards. That's the resolution point, track 9, A Drifting Up, perhaps the only reason to give this a listen. So, yes, it's definitely not for everyone. But for the introverted ones, or the introverted side of you, an unforgettable journey. If you don't know this, looking for reasons to listen to this, do so. It speaks with understanding to the part in you that usually stays hidden and it knows it well.
Dolid
Great release. Heavy dark synths that are out of this world, mixed with free flowing atmospheric melodies. Vessel and Insides are more on his wild side, while The Low Places and A Drifting Up are more structured; you do see his classical elements, especially later in the album. Light Through The Veins is what his older fans were looking for. The entire album is great.