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With over 140 remixes, and reel-to-reel tape edits to his name, 36 years of DJing, and 29 years of music production under his belt, Jim Hopkins has solidified himself as a San Francisco legend. With roots dating back to the beginnings of the San Francisco rave scene. Jim Hopkins played regularly as one half of The Electroliners at such famed venues as Homebase and Planet Rock. Jim has seen much success from his long list of original productions including the '95 Anthem "Loose Caboose", many of which were released on his own label, Twitch Recordings. Since first taking off in San Francisco, Jim Hopkins has played in over 48 cities across the nation and had his tracks licensed to labels across the world including such countries as the UK, Brazil, Mexico, and Spain. Jim currently has a residency at 440 Castro (San Francisco) 4 nights a week as a Video DJ, mixing music videos, and dropping classics tracks from the 60's-90s. All beat matched of course.

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With over 140 remixes, and reel-to-reel tape edits to his name, 36 years of DJing, and 29 years of music production under his belt, Jim Hopkins has solidified himself as a San Francisco legend. With roots dating back to the beginnings of the San Francisco rave scene. Jim Hopkins played regularly as one half of The Electroliners at such famed venues as Homebase and Planet Rock. Jim has seen much success from his long list of original productions including the '95 Anthem "Loose Caboose", many of which were released on his own label, Twitch Recordings. Since first taking off in San Francisco, Jim Hopkins has played in over 48 cities across the nation and had his tracks licensed to labels across the world including such countries as the UK, Brazil, Mexico, and Spain. Jim currently has a residency at 440 Castro (San Francisco) 4 nights a week as a Video DJ, mixing music videos, and dropping classics tracks from the 60's-90s. All beat matched of course.