Cuff Lynx playing at Neumos Wednesday night

Bellingham electronic production duo Cuff Lynx descends on Neumos tonight to perform their show “Live From Space.” This isn’t just going to be a dance party with great music. This is going to be a full on visual odyssey. Last week Cuff Lynx even took to the streets for a “Flash Landing” performance on the corner in front of Neumos and since then people have been talking about the surprise attack. Mission accomplished.

Joining Cuff Lynx on the bill is fellow Bellingham electronic artist Manatee Commune who recently took part in this year’s EMP Sound Off! competition. This show will also be the release of Manatee Commune’s debut album Brush.

Below you will find a 40-second preview of what you can expect from Cuff Lynx along with the video for the title track off of Manatee Commune’s new album Brush. Tickets are only $10. This is one you won’t want to miss.

More in Life

Did you know? Bats edition

Worthwhile Everett library reading and viewing about bats of the animal, sport and hero varieties.

The pros’ snow: Lake Tahoe a big draw for skiers of all stripes

North Lake Tahoe is home to one of the largest concentrations of ski resorts in North America.

How birds stay alive in winter and what you can do to help

When the weather turns chilly, columnist Sharon Wootton’s thoughts turn to birds coping with cold.

Sweden’s Glass Country sparkles like a hand-blown bauble

You can blame my Norwegian heritage, but I’m not so hot on… Continue reading

Don’t get scammed: Think before you click on email links

An email that was supposedly from iTunes is a scam that targeted busy parents.

Teen idol David Cassidy remains in Florida hospital

The former pop star is dealing with multiple organ failure.

Don’t forbid friendship with back-talking neighbor kid

Q: Our 8-year-old has suddenly developed a very sassy mouth. She picked… Continue reading

How to maintain your life’s balance amid change

Columnist Paul Schoenfeld shares some techniques for working toward a sense of stability.

Most Read