This track (can’t embed yet!) sounds the most like each individual in Sisyphus. Plus, now I know the origin of this tweet:
Son Lux at The Chapel, San Francisco, 3/4/14
More taken with the new Olympus!
Photos by Heather Polley (please do not delete credit)
Artist Bartholomäus Traubeck has built a record player that can play a cross-sectional slice of a tree trunk. Here’s what the tree rings sound like.
Ryan Lott (aka Son Lux) in conversation with Minna Choi, Verdi Club, San Francisco 3/3/14
Photo by Heather Polley
First preliminary edit of a shot from the Son Lux Q&A and acoustic set at Verdi Club, San Francisco tonight.
It was a real pleasure to hear the stripped-down versions of his songs live. This was his first ever performance in San Francisco.
First gig in 2.5 months tonight, which is actually a Q&A with Son Lux, including a set with Magik Magik String Quartet. It’s also my first ever attempt at live photography with the new camera. It feels a little like being thrown in the deep end, having no opportunity to test at a show I cared less about. I’m bringing the iPhone 4 for contingencies. Still, two nights of Son Lux!!!
Heather Polley Photography
This blog explores my fascination with art and music, and with juxtaposing them in unique ways.My photos, photos by others, Baroque painting, Andy Goldsworthy, Japanese prints, the occasional silent film, opera and classical music, Sufjan Stevens, DM Stith, whatever I'm listening to right now.