Jim Carroll

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Competition: win tickets to Son Lux

The adventurous New York musician hits town – and you could be there

Son Lux. Photo: Tim Navis

Tue, Jan 21, 2014, 09:12


Son Lux is coming to town. Ryan Lott is in the middle of a largely sold-out European show at the moment and the man with a bunch of albums to his name on Anticon and Joyful Noisem the dude who has collaborated with Sufjan Stevens, Nico Muhly, Peter Silberman from the Antlers, These New Puritans and My Brightest Diamond and a soundtrack arranger and programmer of growing note plays Dublin’s Workman’s Club on Friday night.

You can be there and say “I was there” when he comes back to play bigger venues in the future because we have a pair of tickets to give away.

To win, simply email jimcarrollATirishtimesDOTcom (replacing at with @ and dot with .) before 11.59pm tonight with Son Lux in the subject line. I’ll select the winner of the tickets at random and notify him/her by email tomorrow morning (ie if you don’t get an email on Wednesday morning, you haven’t won). Son Lux’s full show from the Ancienne Belgique in Brussels last Saturday night and his current album “Lanterns” are playing below

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