Finding Your Place with the Help of Ian Chang’s 属 Belonging LP

Producers often use the term “pop” loosely, and Ian Chang is no different. The drummer extraordinaire, who is a mainstay of Son Lux and Landlady and has collaborated with many other musicians, works with software called Sensory Percussion which allows him to embed myriad sounds onto simple (or complex!) drum hits. The effects he creates feel less out-of-place than a typical experimental record created with … Continue reading Finding Your Place with the Help of Ian Chang’s 属 Belonging LP

Son Lux and Gordi Deliver Invigorating Performances at the Regent

Originally appeared on Grimy Goods. Words by me, photos by Jessica Rubio. Yesterday I celebrated International Women’s Day at the Regent, where Australian folktronica artist Gordi gave everything she had. She is on tour supporting Son Lux, and last night audiences were also treated to the experimental stylings of WILLS. Each performer seemed to get lost in their sets, making the shared experience an invigorating one. … Continue reading Son Lux and Gordi Deliver Invigorating Performances at the Regent

Son Lux have just released, “Dangerous,” a new single assured in its insecurity. Get ready for synthetic healing on their newest EP, titled Remedy, due out 5/12; all proceeds benefit The Southern Poverty Law Center, so put your money down for pre-order here.  “How am I supposed to sing?Don’t know the melodies,but oh, the void behind my teeth” Source: Bandcamp Continue reading