Check out this year’s annual Portland Mercury Queer Issue! It just hit stands today, and I’ve got your Pride Week Calendar, my Top 10 Pride Picks for 2015, and an article about the plight of bisexuals all up in it.
Click the links below to read them, pick up a paper copy all week in the Portland Metro Area, or click on the cover art here to check out the full issue online. I was extra rude this year, just for you.
It’s Hard Out Here for a “B” – Click Here To Read
Top 10 Pride Picks 2015 – Click Here To Read
2015 Portland Pride Event Guide – Click Here To Read
Have fun this week, Puddletown!
Thanks to Ned Lannamann and the kids at The Portland Mercury’s End Hits music blog for including my new video “Radio Silent” in this week’s Video Vriday music video wrap-up. It’s only been out for 3 days and already 7,000 of you have watched it!
Check out the video online at End Hits HERE or read what they had to say just below.
From End Hits: (6/13/14)
“Just in time for Pride weekend, here’s Logan Lynn’s latest video, for his tune “Radio Silent” from Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks. Lynn (who, full disclosure, is also a Mercury contributor) shot this with filmmaker Runn Shayo over the course of a summer tour last year with fellow queer artists Big Dipper, Conquistador, and others, and the video features clips from shows across the country and snapshots from life on the road.”
Hometown love today from The Portland Mercury, who included my new video “Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks” in this week’s “Video Vriday!” weekly wrap-up! Check it out HERE or keep reading below the video:
From The Portland Mercury: (11/1/2013)
Logan Lynn released his new Halloween-y video this week; ‘Tramps Stamps and Birthmarks’ is a mysterious psychosexual clip made by Hippodrome Films. Lynn recorded the dark-tinged dance track with Spencer Lee Carroll (LackLustre), and Lynn says, “The horror of the video is meant to be a metaphor for the horrors of being trapped in our individual histories.”
Thank you to the End Hits blog over at The Portland Mercury for featuring my new video “Everything You Touch Turns To Gold” in this week’s video round-up!
From End Hits “Video Vriday”: 8/16/2013
“Here’s Logan Lynn and Rowan Wren in “Everything You Touch Turns to Gold.” Wren directed the video for this track, which appears on Lynn’s recent Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks album. Lynn says the mellower, more acoustic nature of this touching track—as opposed to his upbeat electro-dance pop—points the way towards his next album. The video also features the work of Portland metal sculpture artist Christopher Truax.”
Logan Lynn: “Everything You Touch Turns To Gold” – OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO (2013) from Logan Lynn on Vimeo.
Thank you to The Portland Mercury for featuring our PDX show (happening TOMORROW NIGHT – Thursday, July 11th) at Mississippi Studios as one of your picks for “Busy Week” in the current issue which hit stands today!
See you tomorrow night, Puddletown!
From The Portland Mercury:
“THURSDAY, JULY 11 – QUEER—You won’t know what hit you: the Accidental Bear Queer Music Summer Tour is about to shimmy its way through Portland, offering queer music from filthy gay rapper Big Dipper, dapper pop craftsman Logan Lynn, and much more. Best of all, each show on the tour raises money for LGBTQ mental health services and suicide prevention—tonight’s show benefits Q Center in Portland. NL
w/Conquistador, Rica Shay, Darling Gunsel; Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi, 8 pm, $15″
The Portland Mercury’s annual Queer Issue hit stands today and features a 2 page spread on the history of homophobia in the State of Oregon (penned by yours truly) as well as my official Top 10 Pride Picks!
To read “Made In Oregon: Homophobia!” click HERE, or on the image below.
To read “Top 10 Pride Picks” click HERE, or on the image below.
Happy Pride, y’all!