Shambhala Artist Spotlight: Lynx
Anyone who gets the chance to see up-and-coming artist Lynx can not help but immediately fall in love with her voice. Seamlessly blending live vocals with electronic beats, Lynx will leave listeners to wonder how she is making such enchanting music. Not only does she sing and produce all of her music, she is also an extremely talented beat boxer and instrumentalist.
To truly appreciate Lynx’s intriguing sound, one must see her live. The audience can not help but sway with her melancholy melodies, entranced by her ability to make such unique and beautiful sounds live on stage. Her raw lyrics take listeners on an inward journey, leaving them with new revelations that only truly blissful music can do. Playing everything: from her laptop, to electric guitar, to the banjo, and even her own beat boxing mouth, Lynx gives birth to a new electronic folky R&B genre.
Its no wonder so many established artists want to collaborate with Lynx. She is a regular on tour with Beats Antique, and has also has worked with Bassnectar, Matisyahu and more. Her latest album is produced by Sidecar Tommy of Beats Antique, and she has raised over $15,000 through Kickstarter for her new album and music video, for the song light up your lantern. Hailing from the bay area, Lynx is giving chills to electronic music festival goers across the world. She is already a well respected player in the electronic music scene, and will only blossom into a more talented and beautiful artist.
Lynx 9:30 sunday night set at the grove stage is the perfect way to start the last night of Shambhala. See her live experience the goosebumps for yourself.
In addition to Lynx, there are plenty of EDM heavyweights on the Shambhala lineup. Check out the video for more information: