|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Chemical Friends||11||Audio||2004||Badman Recording Co.|
Nyles Lannon is a musician from San Francisco, California.
Although he is often thrown in with the singer/songwriter crowd, his music fluctuates between subdued electronic pop and finger picked acoustics to glitchy beats and lush, soulful rock.
In 2004, Lannon released the album Chemical Friends, earning 'Best Album of the Year' accolade from the San Francisco Bay Guardian and 'Best Folktronica Artist' from SF Weekly. He also started working as a session musician, writing for various commercial, film and TV productions.
From 2001-2006 Lannon played guitar and produced with the band Film School from 2001–2006.
He also has an electronic project under the name N.LN and released Astronomy for Children on UK label Highpoint Lowlife in 2004. This album was also well received, earning 'Best Album of the Year' from Grooves Magazine and 'Album of the Week' from the BBC. Unlike his other music, N.LN is mostly instrumental, abstract electronica.