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Son Lux

Son Lux is a post-rock project helmed by composer/keyboardist/vocalist Ryan Lott and based in New York City. The youngest of three children, Lott spent much of his childhood moving from place to place. Born in Colorado in 1979, he lived in California and Connecticut before landing in Atlanta for high school. He began playing classical piano at age six; he also played the guitar, and in Georgia he picked up the drums and began learning pop and jazz piano as well. While studying composition and piano at Indiana University, Lott first explored writing for dance choreography. He continued in that vein not only after graduation when he was living in Cleveland -- where, as the recipient of an arts grant, he was able to spend time working on his own music and its interaction with other media -- but also after he moved to New York City in 2007 for a job as a composer at an ad agency. There he continued his collaborations with the Gina Gibney Dance Company, an all-female modern dance group.

During this same time, Lott decided to pursue his solo work, using tiny samples and his own voice to make ethereal, nocturnal music that drew from both hip-hop rhythms and experimental rock and electronica arrangements under the guise of Son Lux. He won a songwriting competition that gave him the opportunity to perform (for the first time under his new moniker) at the Festival of Faith & Music in Grand Rapids, Michigan, opening for artists like Emmylou Harris and Sufjan Stevens, and soon he was playing in New York City and remixing songs by artists like Beirut and Castanets. Signed to Anticon, Son Lux released his debut album, At War with Walls and Mazes, in March of 2008. For his second album, Lott had to completely upend his normally slow and careful creative process after being invited to participate in the 2011 RPM Challenge, in which musicians attempt to completely write and record an album in the month of February. This was a major change for him, as At War with Walls and Mazes took four years to create, but Lott stepped up to the challenge, releasing We Are Rising in 2011. Two years later, Lott signed with Joyful Noise and returned with the third Son Lux studio album, Lanterns. Here he further refined his techniques of digitally manipulating his often acoustic-instrument recordings for an unearthly, quasi-electronic sound. In 2014, Lott appeared on the album Sisyphus, a collaboration with Sufjan Stevens and Serengeti, and he released an EP, Alternate Worlds, featuring contributions from New Zealand singer/songwriter Lorde. Meanwhile, Lanterns' "Lost It to Trying" was heavily sampled on Fall Out Boy's song "Fourth of July," which appeared on their chart-topping American Beauty/American Psycho, released in early 2015.

After touring on and off for a few years, often solo, Lott assembled a regular touring band to promote Lanterns and liked their chemistry so much that all three musicians co-wrote and recorded the fourth Son Lux LP. In June of 2015, the dynamic, dystopian-feeling Bones was released on Glassnote Records by the trio of Lott, guitarist/composer Rafiq Bhatia, and drummer Ian Chang. ~ Marisa Brown & Marcy Donelson
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Bones

1. Breathe In

2. Change Is Everything

3. Flight

4. You Don't Know Me

5. This Time

6. I Am The Others

7. Your Day Will Come

8. Undone

9. White Lies

10. Now I Want

11. Breathe Out

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Track List: Alternate Worlds

1. Alternate World (Alternate Age)

3. Build A Pyre (Begin Again)

4. Lost It To Trying (Mouths Only Lying)

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Track List: Lanterns

1. Alternate World

2. Lost It To Trying

3. Ransom

4. Easy

5. No Crimes

6. Pyre

7. Enough Of Our Machines

8. Plan The Escape

9. Lanterns Lit

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Track List: We Are Rising (REMIXED)

1. Chase (Deru Remix)

2. Rising (Olga Bell Remix)

3. Let Go (Andrew Judah Remix)

4. All The Right Things (Darren King Remix)

5. Claws (Yuuki Matthews Remix)

6. Flickers (Alias Remix)

7. Flowers (Virtual Flannel Remix)

8. Leave The Riches (Violetness Remix)

9. Rebuild (Baths Remix)

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Track List: We Are Rising

2. All The Right Things

3. Rising

4. Leave The Riches

5. Flowers

6. Chase

7. Claws

8. Let Go

9. Rebuild

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Track List: At War With Walls & Mazes

1. Prologue

2. Break

3. Weapons

4. Betray

5. Stay

6. Raise

7. Tell

8. Wither

9. Stand

10. War

11. Epilogue

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Track List: Lost It To Trying (Single)

2. Lost It To Trying

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Track List: Original Music From And Inspired By: The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

1. Fireflies

2. No Fate Awaits Me (Feat. Faux Fix)

3. Disappearance

4. Silence I

5. Let Me Follow

6. Lonely

7. Race To Erase

8. Trailing Memory

9. Silence II

10. Almost Crossing

11. After It All (Feat. Faux Fix)

12. Silence III

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Track List: Stranger Forms - EP

1. Cage Of Bones

2. You Don't Own Me (Feat. Hanna Benn)

3. Change Everything

4. Redone (Feat. Olga Bell)

5. We Are The Ones

6. Breathe

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Track List: Undone (EP)

1. Undone (Radio Edit)

2. Redone (Feat. Olga Bell)

3. Undone (Instrumental)

4. Undone

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Track List: Weapons EP

1. Weapons II

2. Weapons III (Polyphonic Remix)

3. Weapons IV (Nico Muhly Remix)

4. Weapons V

5. Weapons VI (Alias Remix)

6. Weapons VII

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Uhhh they came out with a new album, Pandora. Get with it!!
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I just saw this group last night at the Bowery Ballroom and they are not to be missed.
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Interesting transtion. Definitely digging it.
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I'm so addicted to Son Lux at the moment! The beats are so amazing, all from one man.
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Its amazing how one man can do this
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