Lynx is the latest album by Lynx, an instrumental math-rock band from Boston, Massachusetts, consisting of guitarists Mike Hutchins and Dave Konopka, bassist Paul Joyce, and drummer Dale Connolly.
The release is an expanded edition of their album of the same name, a groundbreaking recording originally released on Compact Disc exclusively by Chicago label Box Factory Records in 2000.
Today, Computer Students™ is pleased to make it available on vinyl and all existing digital formats for the first time.
Lynx encompasses a bonus EP of three previously unreleased tracks, Human Speech, and a massive double-sided poster.
The collection is the latest entry in our Expanded Reissue series and is identified as CS007 in our catalogue. However, the album and EP are referred to as CS007-1 and CS007-2, respectively.
— Both records were mastered by Bill Skibbe in April and May 2022 at Third Man Mastering in Detroit, Michigan.
— Lacquers were cut by Ruy Mariné at Dubplates Berlin in May 2022.
— The entire Lynx design was created by Dave Konopka.
Notes —— Please read carefully before placing your order.
— LP + EP + Digital
— Lossless M4A [LP + EP]
— MP3 (320kbps) [LP + EP]
Lynx is available as two correlative pieces of 12” vinyl.
— The first record, Lynx, runs at 33 rpm; the second, Human Speech, runs at 45 rpm. Each record comes packaged in a 300g reversed cardboard inner sleeve that is tucked inside a 3mm spine cover with matte finish.
— The insides of the covers are printed blue, serving to visually remind the listener that the two recordings are connected.
— The entire collection is housed in a sleek, tactile, Type-2 aluminum packaging courtesy of Computer Students™.
— Lynx is also available in MP3 (320kbps) and Lossless M4A digital files for download.
— On digital platforms, Lynx and Human Speech are available separately.
LP + EP — M4A — MP3
CS007 —— Partitioned CS007-1 & CS007-2
May 5, 2023
Side A — 19:32:00
Look at That Table and Make it Spin in Your Head
Side B — 17:49:57
Side A — 08:41:74
Side B — 06:32:44
— Lynx was originally recorded in 1999 by Bob Weston at Soma Studios in Chicago, Illinois. The recording was converted from 2-inch tape to digital format at Electrical Audio in Chicago and remixed by Seth Manchester in 2021 at Machines with Magnets in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
— Human Speech was recorded in 2021 by Seth Manchester at Machines With Magnets in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.