Son Lux - Lanterns FLAC
|1||Enough Of Our Machines|
|2||Plan The Escape|
|8||Lost It To Trying|
|JNR126||Son Lux||Lanterns (LP, Album, Ltd, Cle)||Joyful Noise Recordings||JNR126||US||2013|
|JNR126||Son Lux||Lanterns (LP, Album, Num, TP, Sig)||Joyful Noise Recordings||JNR126||US||2013|
|JNR126||Son Lux||Lanterns (CD, Album)||Joyful Noise Recordings||JNR126||US||2013|
|JNR126||Son Lux||Lanterns (LP, Album, Ltd, Num, Cle)||Joyful Noise Recordings||JNR126||US||2013|
|JNR126||Son Lux||Lanterns (CD, Album, Promo)||Joyful Noise Recordings||JNR126||US||2013|
- Artwork By – Anthony Ciannamea, Ryan Sievert
- Choir – BBC Radio Choir (tracks: B5)
- Composed By – Mansel Thomas (tracks: B5)
- Engineer – DJ2 Kyriakides, David Lai, Eric Tate, Joe Branciforte , Paul Mahern, Tomek Miernowski
Includes download code.
Thank you to Judson Crane, Chris Eldridge, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Karl Hofstetter, Nathan Johnson, Michael Kaufmann (who's been there for me from the beginning), Shaun Koplow, Stephen Petronio, Keir Schmidt, Andrew Sherman and Butter Music + Sound, Rob Simonsen, Fred and Lynda Lott... and to my dear Jennifer.
"Lanterns Lit" contains rehearsal recordings of the BBC Radio Choir, performing works of Mansel Thomas.
These recordings are used with the kind permission of the Mansel Thomas Trust.
- Barcode: 656605483214
- Copyright (c) – Joyful Noise Recordings
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Joyful Noise Recordings
- Pressed By – Pirates Press
Lanterns is the third studio album by Ryan Lott under the Son Lux moniker. It was released on October 29, 2013 by Joyful Noise Recordings. It peaked at number 13 on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart, as well as number 6 on the Vinyl Albums chart. Lanterns - Son Lux. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Lanterns by Son Lux, released 29 October 2013 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 10. Pyre Alarm Bells Equal parts producer and composer, Son Lux aka Ryan Lott bridges an unusual gap between old-world music discipline and next-level experimentation. In recent past Son Lux has gained notoriety both for his sss project with Sufjan Stevens and Serengeti, and for being named NPR's Best New Artist of the Year. His third full-length album, and his first for Joyful Noise Kishi Bashi. Son Lux's new LP Lanterns isn't piecemeal beats or hastily assembled instrumental clutter, rather it begs to be heard as the lingua franca of the past and the future, something that connects the analog and digital realms. And sometimes it totally gets close. Somewhere unstuck in time is Son Lux, born Ryan Lott, still trying to navigate his way through relics of the past and curios of the future. At 34, hes a consummate dilettante, moving seamlessly from, say, inventing instrumental patches used in the score of the time-traveling sci-fi movie Looper to producing beats for Anticon rapper Beans. Текст песни: Memory rushes in then washes you away I am losing you to the sea Ill break from the weight of my mind But your ghost I will gladly Son Lux from the full length album Lanterns. Listen free to Son Lux Lanterns Alternate World, Lost It To Trying and more. 9 tracks 41:38. Theres a moment about halfway through Lanterns opening track Alternate World, after Son Lux composer Ryan Lotts synth arpeggios, flickering vocals, pulsing bass, and trip-hop beats have ascended to stratospheric heights, when he finally pauses, gently suspended in orbit. The music dissolves, leaving only the soft hum of synth arpeggios as Lott glances back towards the earth he's left behind, and in his signature fragile voice, teetering on the edge of breaking, asks a simple question: Dont we make what we can . Son Lux. Released October 29, 2013. Lanterns Tracklist. his third album as Son Lux, producer Ryan Lott returns with Lanterns, an intricately assembled album of delicate harmonies and solidly crafted beats that sits at the intersection of bedroom pop and left-field production. Where his last album, the quickly written and recorded We Are Rising, was an exercise in gut instincts and intuitive songwriting, Lanterns feels more carefully laid out without feeling overthought. With its dense layering, the album always feels like it's in motion, constantly shifting and changing in a way that makes its deliberate construction feel like nothing short