nav/attack is a band from Los Angeles.

Andrew Lynch has the Dave Fridmann touch.
— Pitchfork
Takes its listeners on a post-computer age voyage that seamlessly skates between the line of a technology-masked society and the raw human conscience.
— Billboard Magazine


nav/attack is the musical creation of audio engineer/record producer/multi-instrumentalist, and filmmaker Andrew Lynch.  The sounds are equally inspired by the glaciers of his birthplace (Alaska) and the glitches of the futuristic city called home (Los Angeles).

Piano, horns, drums & bass mix with computer speech, and Lynch's vocals to guide the trip through the post-Computer Age where each technological stream flows intravenously into the consciousness and even technophobia.

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debut album

nav/attack’s debut was released on Silverlake indie label Dangerbird Records.  The self-titled album quickly drew notice from LA Weekly, which cited nav/attack as one of the Top 10 Artists To Watch. Billboard Magazine and VEVO hosted premieres of the album’s startlingly evocative short films (all directed by Lynch), several of which star friend and frequent collaborator actor Adam Goldberg (Dazed & Confused, Saving Private RyanFX's Fargo) as well as radio play on L.A.’s flagship NPR station, KCRW, for the infectious lead single “Tear It.”


WHIP IT (motion picture)

Lynch engineered the recording sessions for The Section Quartet's score of Drew Barrymore's directorial debut "Whip It"



Lynch was Assistant Engineer on Sia's Some People Have Real Problems and Piano Engineer on her next album, We Are Born.



Lynch recorded and mixed tracks for L.A. punk supergroup OFF!'s First Four EP's as well as their eponymous follow-up.


the goldberg sisters

Lynch has worked in the studio on all four albums by The Goldberg Sisters, the musical moniker of Adam Goldberg, recording and mixing the band's last two albums.  

As a band member with Goldberg and friends, Lynch has performed live on BBC Radio 6 and The Late Late Show on CBS Television.