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.

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