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Son Lux Share Bizarre Video for “The Fool You Need”

Brighter Wounds Out Now via City Slang

Apr 24, 2018

Son Lux (Ryan Lott, Rafiq Bhatia, and Ian Chang) released a new album, Brighter Wounds, back in February via City Slang. Now they have shared a bizarre video for “The Fool You Need.” More

Jun 29, 2015

Son Lux (aka Ryan Lott) released his new album, Bones, via Glassnote last week. Today he’s shared the video for “You Don’t Know Me.” More

Premiere: Son Lux Mixtape (Le Guess Who? Edition)

Nov 20-23 in Utrecht, Netherlands

Nov 17, 2014

Le Guess Who? begins this Thursday. Before we take off for the Netherlands, here’s a new entry in our mixtape series, this time from Son Lux. More

Jan 30, 2014

Newly minted GRAMMY winner Lorde continues to prove that she’s the teenager we all wish we were by covering James Blake and Son Lux. More


Apr 20, 2018

The ethos of Son Lux has always been of allowance-absorption. Anything discovered or stumbled upon that perks the ear can be engaged if it enriches the dynamism of the work. Accordingly, flourishes of the myriad genre have flowed in and out of Ryan Lott’s compositions since he began officially making music as Son Lux in 2008. More


Jun 07, 2021

Son Lux—the project of Ryan Lott, Rafiq Bhatia, and Ian Chang—have reached the point in their career where their artistic vision is so beautifully honed that it feels as if they can do no wrong. More

Feb 13, 2018

In this modern era of alternative music where true distinction of craft is hard to come by, there’s a certain fearlessness needed in order to reach it. Inconspicuously, singer/composer Ryan Lott, guitarist Rafiq Bhatia, and drummer Ian Chang are following instincts seasoned with study to form an innovative code expressed through Son Lux. More

Jun 10, 2011

Plenty of people listen to NPR, but few take orders from it. Meet, then, young composer Ryan Lott, aka Son Lux, who recorded We are Rising in 28 days as part of All Songs Considered’s double dare to musicians to record and finish an album in the month of February. More