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Friday 7th June 2024

7:30 PM



Don’t miss your chance to experience Jlin live at HOTA with music from her new album, Akoma.

Jlin (Jerrilynn Patton) has quickly become one of the most distinctive composers in America and one of the most influential women in electronic music. Jlin’s thrilling, emotional, and multidimensional compositions have earned her praise as ‘one of the most forward-thinking contemporary composers in any genre’ (Pitchfork) and a 2023 United States Artist award.

She was a 2023 Pulitzer Prize nominee for Perspectives - originally commissioned and performed by Third Coast Percussion. Her mini-album Perspective, featuring the original electronic versions of the suite, was released to critical acclaim on Planet Mu 2023. Her much-lauded albums Dark Energy (2015) and Black Origami (2017) have been featured in ‘Best of’ lists in The New York Times, The Wire, LA Times, Rolling Stone, The Guardian, and Vogue.

She’s remixed works for major artists including Björk, Max Richter, Martin Gore (of Depeche Mode), Galya Bisengalieva, Marie Davidson, Nina Kraviz and Ben Frost. In the last decade, Jlin has been commissioned by the Kronos Quartet, Third Coast Percussion, the Pathos Quartet, legendary choreographers Wayne McGregor & Kyle Abraham, fashion designer Rick Owens and the visual artists Nick Cave and Kevin Beasley.

Jlin has collaborated with contemporary artists including William Basinski, Dope Saint Jude, Holly Herndon, Zora Jones, and the late, iconic SOPHIE. Her latest album, Akoma (Planet Mu) was released on 22 March 2024 featuring collaborations with Philip Glass, Bjork, and Kronos Quartet.

Image credit: Lawrence Agyei

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