My new record “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday” was produced by Bryan Cecil and self-released as a fundraiser for Q Center on Tuesday, August 31st. You can preview and purchase the record on iTunes by clicking HERE or on the album cover below. 100% of the proceeds from sales go to benefit Portland’s Q Center.
Download 2 of the new songs free by clicking HERE.
Logan Lynn: “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday” (2010)
Produced, Mixed & Mastered by Bryan Cecil.
1. Things Are Looking Up
2. Smoke Rings
4. Quickly As We Pass
5. I Erased Who I Was For You
6. Fly Me Through
7. Tennis Whites
8. It’s Too Late
9. A Hundred Years Of Letting Me Down
10. Fall Into New Arms
(If you need assistance or have any questions, please contact Info@LoganLynnMusic.com)
So…I was on my way home last night and my song came on the radio. Evidently OPB Music picked up on my new single “Velocity” themselves and put it into rotation this weekend. It was unexpected (since this new record has no label backing, no radio servicing, and no budget behind it) but felt really cool that they were into it. Ummm…RAD.
You can check it out on their site HERE. Start requesting that your local indie rock radio stations play it and they will! You can download the “Velocity” MP3 for free HERE.
Make it yours. Pass it around. There are no rules this time.
We released the 1st single “Velocity” from my new record “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday” (produced, engineered & mastered by Bryan Cecil—the hot guy next to me in the photo above) into the atmosphere today. We will be releasing the album digitally this coming Tuesday, August 31st to those who donate to the Portland Q Center by following the instructions HERE. There is no set price. Give what you can. This is, however, the ONLY way to get it. 100% of the proceeds go to charity this time.
To download your free MP3 of “Velocity” click the album cover below:
Happy Downloading, Summer Lovers. You can put the rest of the record on your iPod next week by clicking HERE!
It’s been really touching this week since announcing my upcoming hiatus to see how many people, venues, record stores and press outlets have felt that my taking a break from the stage is newsworthy (Just Out, Willamette Week, KZME FM Radio & Oregon Music News to name a few). Makes a boy feel really loved during a rather slippery, uneasy time, so…thanks for that.
In addition to the announcement of my change of plans last week on their site which you can read HERE, OMN (Oregon Music News) picked up on my swan song today and has it featured in a story titled “Logan Lynn Releases Final Album Via YouTube“. Click HERE to redirect or keep reading below.
From Oregon Music News: (8/3/2010)
“While Logan Lynn may have decided to call it quits last week, he’s at least also decided that “The last hoorah may as well have a soundtrack, right?”
Releasing his final album as YouTube playlist, “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday” features lyrics and vocals from Lynn with music and programming by Bryan Cecil. The album is Read the rest of this entry »