The Wind and The Wave are Dwight Baker and Patricia Lynn, best friends who employ the mantra "if it feels forced, fuck it." After having retired as a touring musician in 2003, Baker came to find Lynn through the production of her previous project in Austin, Texas. Over the course of working together on other musical efforts, the two are now able to describe themselves as being "cut from the same thread," and "rarely on different pages." This made it not only easy, but essential that Baker and Lynn began writing and producing music that satisfied their own everevolving creative spirits.
"All of our songs truly come from the heart," Lynn says. Baker and Lynn can dive headfirst into serious conversation topics and quickly burst into laughter. "We try not to take anything too seriously," says Baker. "It's definitely work, but it's the best kind of work. There's no sense in doing it unless you’re having fun.” It’s obvious this duo is doing something they love.
"It's inspiring to see Monster doing big things with emerging artists. We only work with good people, and only use good products. Monster fits both requirements."
- The Wind and The Wave