After touring the world with bands, rock operas, and circuses, electro indie pop artist Hopper Race (Aaron Berk) decided to cut the safety net and make his own music. In 2016, Berk began writing under the moniker Hopper Race. Not satisfied with writing alone, he produced, recorded, mixed, photographed, and filmed nearly every element around his debut EP, Pop Priest.
Hopper Race’s influences include his first love Rachmaninoff, Ké, Tune Yards, Purity Ring, Chris Cornell, Grimes, Sia, St. Vincent, and Freddy Mercury all of which can be heard in “Caravan,” which Ghettoblaster has the pleasure of premiering today. Enjoy: