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Son Lux: Tiny Desk Concert

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Son Lux's new album, Bones, comes out June 23. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Son Lux, The Perennial One-Man Band, On Teaming Up

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Son Lux (left to right): Ian Chang, Ryan Lott, Rafiq Bhatia Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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02Change Is Everything

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    Change Is Everything
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    Bones
    Artist
    Son Lux
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    Released
    2015

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SXSW 2015 Wrap-Up: Our Favorite Discoveries And Memorable Moments

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Son Lux's new album, Lanterns, comes out Oct. 29. Tim Navis/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Lanterns

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Clockwise from upper left: Dinosaur Jr., Victoria Bergsman of Taken By Trees, Baroness Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Dinosaur Jr. Returns, Baroness, Son Lux And More

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Left to right: Son Lux, Serengeti and Sufjan Stevens collaborate on a sometimes humorous but mostly beautiful EP. Illustration by John Ciambriello hide caption

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By This 'Beak And Claw,' A Trio Shall Synthesize

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Son Lux (left to right), Serengeti and Sufjan Stevens collaborated on an EP due out March 20 called Beak & Claw. It's being released on Anticon under the name s / s / s. (photos: Son Lux by Brenden Beecy, Serengeti by Jayme Joyce, and Sufjan Stevens by Marzuki Stevens). Illustration by John Ciambriello hide caption

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Ryan Lott writes and records under the name Son Lux. Brenden Beecy/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Inspiration Or Perspiration?: Son Lux On Making An Album In One Month

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We Are Rising

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