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Kenyon Hopkin

Kenyon Hopkin is a freelance article writer in NY and has contributed to many publications, like the Long Isle Tone of voice, Newsday, Resonance, as well as the Isle Ear. He is a DJ at WUSB 90.1 FM since 1994 (where he served as music director for just one year) and was editorial associate for the 1999 CMJ Music Marathon. Hopkin graduated from SUNY Stony Brook in 1998 using a B.A. in cultural science. Varieties of curiosity consist of: Brit-pop, electro-industrial, indie pop, post-punk, Madchester, sound po, shoegazing, desire pop, synth pop, fresh influx, and space rock and roll. ~ Kenyon Hopkin Desert Isle Picks: Spiritualized: Pure Stage Jesus and Mary String: Psychocandy Red Floyd: Dark Part from the Moon Radiohead: Okay Computer Trip: Nowhere Rock Roses: Rock Roses Joy Department: Material U2: Unforgettable Open fire The Verve: A North Soul The Remedy: Disintegration My Bloody Valentine: Loveless Sea Blue: Cerulean The Smiths: THE VERY BEST, Vol. 1 and 2 Depeche Setting: Music for the People Spiritualized: Lazer Led Melodies Cocteau Twins: Heaven or NEVADA Slowdive: Simply for each day Gary Numan: Reproductions Orchestral Manoeuvres at night: Greatest of O.M.D. Pleasure Department: Still

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