Well, friends? January has turned into quite the thing! We still have a couple of days left in this first month of 2016, but after releasing my new video “The One” on New Year’s Eve, a bunch of seriously fun things have happened. 😉
As of just now when I went to grab the embed code for this post, the video has been watched over 70,000 times. Thank you to each of you who have watched, shared, liked and commented on the video since its release 4 weeks ago. I love you all so much!
The full record, “Adieu”, is coming your way September 27th, with another new single and video before that this spring, so…stay tuned!
Logan Lynn’s resume reads like a true Renaissance Man: writer, producer, television personality and activist. Most importantly he is also a survivor of substance abuse and is “staying grateful” to continue contributing to society constructively, while continuing to evolve from his electro-pop and dance foundation musically. He has released seven studio albums, fifteen music videos, four singles, three compilation records, five EP’s and one mixtape since 1998. Videos of Lynn’s singles have been featured on Logo, MTV, VH1 and Spike TV.
With his eighth album Adieu being released in the coming weeks, Logan Lynn is premiering the hard rocking track “The One” that pays tribute to old Portland friends The Dandy Warhols and their landmark Stones’ riff hit ”Bohemian Like You.” Lynn has always had a knack for making danceable rock and pop and with “The One,” he shows that he can now confidently rock out with the same gusto. To kick off the New Year, Glide chatted with Lynn about the new album, his new sound and his many contributions to his musical and creative environments.
Your eighth album Adieu is due for release this year and with it comes a new sound. Can you please share with us what the new sound might be?
Well, I am known historically for being largely electropop or dance. My first record GLEE came out 15 years ago and was very much all about me and my Casio SK-1 being super lo-fi and glitchy…it was anti-pop. Over the years, and now seven albums later, my creative process has morphed. I work with a full band these days, and have been with my collaborator Gino Mari for nearly a decade at this point. We play instruments on my Read the rest of this entry »