Nick Lynar’s electronic charm is irresistable

It seems in the last few years subdued sounds have come back in full force and those vibes seem even more spec when they are locally produced and home grown. It also seems that electronic music can be hard to discover when big names like Flume are still floating around, shadowing other underground talents*.

Smooth Sydney sider, Nick Lynar specialises in electronic and dance music and has credible producer and DJ status. Rather understated like Jamie xx, he has a limited Internet profile, letting the sound of his music do the talking in more ways than one. That is not to say that his music profile is not well distinguished.

Nick Lynar

Too Dope is a tantalising teaser of Nick Lynar’s debut album; an intoxicating party jam that is guaranteed to get bodies packing out the dance floor.

Lynar mixes trap, indie, future bass, hip hop and electronic, a perfect solution for those people who indecisively flick though their multi-genre iTunes library. For four years the twenty seven year old has dabbled in sub-genres such as garage and house before finding the perfect his brand of electronic charm. His music has a flair of sadness but eventually reaches a level of peacefulness offering itself as a musical escape.

The bulk of his work includes continuous loops that become hypnotizing and slightly haunting. Lynar’s track I Still has been a hit for some time now and currently has about ninety-one thousand plays on Soundcloud. His techy tunes boast remixes from kings in the electronic game such as Motez. This reputation enabled him to mix tracks for Allday and continue making music that is currently in much demand.

Too Dope is the latest track fresh from the studio. This well blended, bouncy and with heavy beats song needs to be spun at a Boiler Room.This song works so well by mixing both trap and future elements. The tune paves the path to the weekend and it could probably have been the club anthem of the recent summer. This tune will feature on the soon coming album, also named Too Dope. Until then, this will have to settle as a taste tester of the highly anticipated and synth loaded EP.

He’s about to wrap up his month long tour so be sure not to miss Nick play in your city, it will be a party you’ll either wish to see again or wished you went to.


17 April – Mr Wolf, Canberra

25 April – Déjà Vu, Wollongong

*Ed. Um that’s why Happy exists.