Feb 8, 2018
On today's episode I talk to composer and musician Ryan Lott. Born in Denver, CO, Ryan
began playing music when he was relatively young. His first album
as Son Lux, At War with Walls & Mazes, was released by
Anticon in 2008, and since then they've recorded three other
albums, We Are Rising in 2011, Lanterns in 2013, and Bones in 2015.
In 2014, Ryan collaborated with Sufjan Stevens and Serengeti as the
band Sisyphus, releasing a self-titled album that year. As a
composer, Ryan has scored the soundtracks for a number of films,
including Mean Dreams, Paper Towns, and The Disappearance of
Eleanor Rigby. This Friday, City Slang will release Son Lux's
latest album Brighter Wounds (and it is great!).
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