Linx was a British soul/funk band consisting of David Grant, Bob Carter (keyboards), Andy Duncan (drums), Canute Edwards (guitar) and Peter Martin (bass) (aka Sketch). After its first hit in 1980, the band slimmed down to a duo of Grant and Martin. They had six entries on the UK Singles Chart from mid 1980 until mid 1982. The band's biggest success was "Intuition," which reached number 7 in early 1981. Other hits included "You're Lying" and "So This is Romance." Linx also contributed to the influential C81 compilation cassette released by New Musical Express magazine in 1981.
Bass player Sketch played a variety of bright funk styles that typified the band's sound. He is the uncle of British comedian and TV personality Richard Blackwood. Bob Carter and Andy Duncan were session musicians who were known for their contribution to Hazel O'Connor's Breaking Glass album and movie.
Linx split in early 1983, although there were indication this was going to happen in 1982 as well, and Grant went on to have a number of solo hits. More recently, he was featured as a vocal coach on the BBC TV show Fame Academy. Martin joined the band 23 Skidoo.