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Hint Music Videos

Watch the Media Play Video

Watch the Media

Lifted from the 'Daily Intake' album, 'Watch The Media feat. Profisee' also features on Hint's 'Daily Intake Remix EP' (out December 10th 2012) alongside remixes from Darq E Freaker, LPZ, C.O.N.E., Alphabets Heaven...

At The Dance Play Video

At The Dance

Animation video for "At the Dance". Watch the official At The Dance video by Hint in HD on WWW.MUZU.TV and check out the latest new music releases and playlists for free.

No Vacancy (Hint Remix) Play Video

No Vacancy (Hint Remix)

No Vacancy is track 04 from the EP "The Endless Winter EP" which is available on Bastard Jazz Recordings.
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Tip (Hint Remix) Play Video

Tip (Hint Remix)

Tip is track 01 from the album "Wah Friends Electric" which is available on Wah Wah 45s.
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A Hint Of Blood Play Video

A Hint Of Blood

Mobius Band performs A Hint Of Blood live on Fuel TV

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Hint Biography

Hint is musician Jonathan James (born 1981), hailing from Sussex in the UK.

Hint's music is at the more chilled-out, downtempo end of the Ninja Tune roster. Several tracks feature looped acoustic guitar and keyboard sounds and his style has been termed "ruralbeat".

Shortly after the release of his debut EP, Hint was invited to record a Peel Session at the BBC's Maida Vale Studios, which was broadcast in May 2002.

When Hint played live in 2006, he was joined on stage by Bonobo on bass and Minotaur Shock on drums, the trio performing under the banner "The Hint Touring Band". Both artists also contributed remixes to Hint's track "Count Your Blessings".

Since 2006, Hint has performed DJ tours in Japan and Russia, had a monthly DJ slot on Groovetech internet radio and a residency at Bristol's respected Seen club night, where he supported the likes of Carl Craig, Bugz in the Attic and Jazzanova.

A comic strip loosely based on James' lifestyle was serialised in Japanese magazine, Plus 81.

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