Hollon’s launching point album, Circle, grabbed the attention of John Peel (who heralded Boom Bip’s production as “a modern day Captain Beefheart") and Gilles Peterson on BBC radio. Soon he was a name in the British Underground Hip Hop and Electronic scene. John Peel invited Boom Bip in to record two legendary Peel Sessions at Maida Vale Studios bringing him into the spotlight of a timeless genre and period for electronic music. Boom Bip is also known for his collaborative and remix work. Those artists include Nigel Godrich, Oasis, Four Tet, Boards of Canada, Empire of the Sun, Amon Tobin, Mogwai, M83, Bon Iver, Money Mark, Artist Charlie White, Franz Ferdinand and Super Furry Animals to name a few.
In 2007, Boom Bip formed the partnership Neon Neon with Gruff Rhys with whom he had originally collaborated with on his album Blue Eyed in the Red Room. Neon Neon’s Stainless Style was nominated for the prestigious Mercury Award along with Robert Plant, Radiohead, Adele and several others. Stainless Style went on to be awarded Impala Double Silver sales records. Neon Neon released its second full length album on the life of Italian publisher, Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, which received rave reviews and featured a full live production collaboration with National Theatre Wales and Asia Argento.
Boom Bip has played many large festivals worldwide including: Pukkelpop, Coachella, Glastonbury, Transmusicales, O2, Primavera, the Dedbeat Festival, and London's Ether Festival, etc. He has shared the stage with the likes of Thom Yorke, Sonic Youth, Aphex Twin, Squarepusher, Interpol, The Cure, Bjork and Mogwai. Boom Bip and his touring bands have played some of the world's most famous venues such as Pompidou Centre in Paris, Sydney Opera House, The Roundhouse, Walt Disney Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Victor Vaserely's Foundation.
Most recently, Hollon has been working in film and television including scores for feature films and Adult Swin’s Bedtime Stories. He has licensed songs for national commercials in USA, EU and UK. Jay Z used his song “Roads Must Roll” in a pivotal scene for his film Fade to Black. Bon Jovi recruited his work for their Circle Tour and Disney had him remix Daft Punk for the film Wreck It Ralph.
His latest project, is a collaboration called BELIEF with Warpaint drummer, Stella Mozgawa. It will be released on Lex Records and published by Warp Publishing.