Multiinstrumentalist Cult Of Youth frontman Sean Ragon is a home-recording fiend, and he laid down the tracks for the second Cult Of Youth album, Love Will Prevail, in a self-built studio located behind his Bushwick music shop Heaven Street. The music he crafts is rooted in folk, but it’s a sort of expansive folk that brings to mind—more Wicker Man as remade by Factory Records’ earliest acts, less open-mic night. Tonight, Ragon, rounded out by a band, plays at Public Assembly with Pharmakon, Pink Reason, and Zatsuon, and Sound of the City has a pair of tickets to give away. Information on how to win below.
To enter, send an email with your full name to sotc at villagevoice dot com before noon ET today. Please note that the show is 21 and over, so you must be that old to win; the person who snags the tickets will be notified via email before 5 p.m. today.