Dirt, dirt, dirt. That what Germany’s so-called »Ruhrpott« region is known for. The Dortmund 4-piece Lynx Lynx is proud of this origin. Dirt’s stuck deep down in their lungs. Over the years, parents, teachers, and friends have failed cleaning up their grubby hands and faces. There was only one way to go: rubbing it off on guitar picks, drum sticks, and mics. That worked out very well!
After their recent 10inch »Trailer Park«, their upcoming full-length album called »7« will be released again through off label records / Timezone. This 11-track LP offers a raw mix ranging from hip shaking garage tunes and fuzz’o’delic blues-punk to cheap 70s drum computer noise pop. It is recorded live & eight-track with Fuzztones engineer Bart el Monte.
In a time when the term »Rock« has shriveled to become nothing more than a gleaming sign at ringtone-commercials, Lynx Lynx are travelling ancient prairies hand in hand with The Gories, The Stooges and even with the unique Howlin Wolf ready to create a sound too aggressive and soulful to call it just another throw back 60's garage yawnfest. Lynx Lynx was founded to melt down tympanic membranes by just one howl. It is this quest that made them unite the pack and leave their beloved cave to turn your stage into their riff-mined hunting-ground. May true believers survive the attack.
Press commentaries on Lynx Lynx’s previous 10" »Trailer Park«:
»The best german record since aeons!...Damn cool!« (ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE 05 / 2014, GER)
»An release I simply cannot get enough of is Trailer Park by Dortmund rockers Lynx Lynx. Lynx Lynx give the listener an intoxicating dose of wild psychedelic garage rock and raw rootsy punk – a time bomb of a sound, to be sure, its fuse lit with the enduring influence of the ‘60s garage revolution, and then it explodes into the present with the roots revival and punk scene.« (THE EXAMINER 03 / 2014, UK)
»Auf ihrer neuen EP »Trailer Park« passt das Cover ... perfekt zur Musik. Die steht nämlich mit beiden Füßen im fuzzig-kratzingen Garagenrock und klingt weniger nach hippem Revival als nach Beat und Polyesteranzügen – und ganz ohne ›The‹ im Namen!« (VISIONS 05 / 2014, GER)
»Trailer Park: Bisher mein Song des Jahres 2014!« (ROCKTIMES 03 / 2014, GER)