Lynx Deluxe is:..
“There’s a jungle inside the mind of singer and guitar player Andy Browne, and it’s teeming with life. The five songs that make up Lynx Deluxe’s Jungleland EP take shape as an enigmatic reckoning of the self, the spirit, and Southern identity. Heavy rhythms, subtle brass filigree, and percolating keys are pushed forward by arty rock leanings powered by enough muscle and confidence to uphold the group’s ambitions”.
“The songs are open-hearted, complete, and flourishing with redemptive fodder for the imagination that’s mysteriously timeless.”
Chad Radford (Atl,Ga)
“The collective’s debut is thick with layers, a concise kernel of rock n’ truth at each song’s core. With the cinematic sweep of “The Struggle”, the punk exotica of “Jane Goodall”, the English Beat horns of “A Little Piece of England”, and the unapologetic pop of “Highwire”, Jungleland ignores genre concerns.”
Charlie Farmer (Sound and Soul Online)
“This band sure cannot be pigeonholed into one genre, they do it all and throw it all together to make a great unique sound!”
Andrew Goodwin (Warrington, England)
New Music Ear
“Here’s something different.”
“Lynx Deluxe’s Jungleland is a five-song EP that builds its sound around heavy beats. ““The songs themselves are hooky rockers, and jungle sounds figure into the mix, providing a sort of conceptual connective tissue.”
Bill Kopp (Asheville,NC)
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“The debut from this Atlanta outfit led by ex-Nightporter Andy Browne rocks and roils with a King Kong backbeat and calculated songs. Seger might’ve said, “Rock n’ roll never forgets,” but Browne & co. prove it”.
— Aaron Irons, Sound and Soul
With his muse and partner, bassist Lucy Theodora, Browne has divined a new round of songs that draw from his English roots and the raw power of his early career. There’s a touch of glam and a snarl of confrontation in the band’s new EP, Jungleland, that dares to be defined. Featuring keyboardist Billy Fields (Rev Rebel, Follow For Now), guitarist Greg Di Gesu (Wooden Soldiers), and drummer Brad Mattson (The Phones), Lynx Deluxe is the echo of rock heroes and Atlanta 60-cycle hum.
Aaron Irons (Macon,Ga)
“Lynx Deluxe has created a sound all its own. Rocking bass grooves, sonic textures, spirited melodies and lyrics! Their music is real Rock n Roll of the future with a nod to its past!” –
Dave Dreiwitz (Ween, JRAD)
“I really do like the songs. it doesn’t sound like anything else that is happening now. It’s very fresh and inviting.”
Tim Nielsen (Drivin n Cryin)
“This is fantastic! Really great music,congratulations.. ““I’m really digging it” “Great Production”
Kevn Kinney(Drivin n Cryin)
“Loving these guys. A great take on rock with a swing, bringing me back to the 70’s subtly with a modern feel, Its easy to listen to the entire album without realizing. Its a natural flow!
There’s different identifying factors from song to song every tracks fire, Shits Dope” Xee Foo