Son Lux tickets

Son Lux Tickets

Scala London, London
Tuesday 20th Feb 2018 7:30pm
Maximum of 8 tickets
Over 16s only

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£16.50 inc. booking fee

£15.00 face value


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Son Lux is the grand genre-less dream of Los Angeles composer Ryan Lott brought to roiling, vivid life with the help of two New Yorkers, guitarist Rafiq Bhatia and drummer Ian Chang. Each is a writer, producer, and performer with omnivorous taste and a penchant for wild improvisation—a band whose mix of electronic pop, unusual soul, and outright experimentalism feels more inviting than ever on the project's fifth album, Brighter Wounds (out 9th February 2018 via City Slang).
Lott's voice, which ranges from ghostly whisper to choir-backed shout, is fittingly propelled by the trio's most dynamic score yet. Listen to this anthemic roar in the first single off the album, entitled 'Dream State' >>> https://sonlux.lnk.to/DreamStatestream
Launched in 2008 with At War with Walls & Mazes, Son Lux was initially a solo affair, the result of a classically trained mind straining against the constraints of the medium, turning piles of self-sourced note snippets into pulsing digital orchestras. Across 2011's We Are Rising and 2013's Lanterns, Lott maintained his auteur approach while broadening the Son Lux sound and guest list to unexpected results. The latter album drew the attention of several major pop acts, many of whom who incorporated moments from the album into their own works. Lorde even teamed up on a redux of 'Easy', and covered the song on tour.

In recent years, the project's list of collaborators has grown to include Woodkid, Moses Sumney, members of the Antlers, My Brightest Diamond, Olga Bell, and yMusic (who also contribute strings, winds, and brass to Brighter Wounds). Lott's extracurriculars have included starting a rap-pop-folk band with Sufjan Stevens and Serengeti called Sisyphus, and scoring films like The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby and Paper Towns. Bhatia and Chang, accomplished soloists and collaborators in their own right, were first brought on as touring musicians but soon found a home in Son Lux, cowriting 2015's Bones with Lott while on the road. Brighter Wounds initially took shape remotely—the distance allowing Lott to sift through life-altering events—and was finalized together.

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275 Pentonville Road
Kings Cross
London
UK
N19NL

Venue age restrictions:

Over 18s only

Accessibility Information

Disabled Access:Please contact the venue on 0207 833 2022 for further information.

Plan your journey:
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Trains:
Scala is a 3 minute walk from Kings Cross St Pancras Rail Station. Turn left out of the station and on to Pentonville Road. Scala is also adjacent to the Thameslink station on Pentonville Road. Turn left out of this station.

Tube:
Scala is a 3 minute walk from Kings Cross Underground Station. Underground lines at this station include Piccadilly, Northern, Victoria, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Circle lines.

Bus:
Buses that run along Pentonville Road include 30, 73, 214. Additional buses that stop at Kings Cross Station include 10, 17, 45, 46, 63, 91, 259.

Facilities:
Scala is a beautiful multi-purpose venue in the regenerated King’s Cross area, on the north side of central London.
The building incorporates four main floors and accommodates events for as many as 1,145 people. There are three bars, 2 dance floors and a stage for live performances.
There is a cloakroom on the first floor.
There is a cash point inside Scala situated outside the Foyer bar and there are several cash points at Thameslink station adjacent to Scala. Turn right out of the Scala entrance.

Age Restrictions:
Ticket sales and admission to all Scala events is limited to persons of 18 years and above. Events for over 16’s are clearly marked in event listings. Scala reserve the right to ask for ID on entry.




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