Album review: Jon Hopkins, Immunity

By Paula Yeoman

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Jon Hopkins isn't renowned as one of Britain's most experimental musical minds for nothing - you need look no further than his production credits with Massive Attack and Imogen Heap. But he's also a force to be reckoned with in his own right, as he proves on his fourth solo album Immunity, which is the heaviest dance-influenced record the electronic maestro has released since his first in 2001. For those who have never heard of him, now is the time to plug in.

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- Herald on Sunday

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