LOGAN LYNN

  

Happy Record Store Day 2019!

Happy Record Store Day 2019!

If you’re in Portland, go pick up a copy of one of these babies (pictured above) at Music Millennium.

For those of you who don’t have a record store in your town, or your local shop doesn’t carry my tunes, you can always have them special order titles for you, or you can listen and buy direct from the record store RIGHT HERE on this site. 📀

Thank you for your support!

Logan Lynn’s “My Movie Star” Featured and Reviewed in March 2019 Issue of OutSmart Magazine

So fun to be featured in OutSmart Magazine alongside John Grant, Troye Sivan, Calum Scott, morgxn, Corey TuT and others in Houston’s “Queers For Your Ears” issue, out now!

❤️🧡💛💚💙💜

Click HERE to read it online, but here’s my favorite part:

From OutSmart Magazine (March 2019 Issue)

“Nine albums into his recording career, Logan Lynn’s My Movie Star is easily his most ambitious project to date. The oversized package consists of the 10-song album on the first disc and a second disc of remixes, as well as other artists covering a few songs from My Movie Star. With the exception of the title cut, the songs, co-produced by Lynn and Jay Mohr (yes, that Jay Mohr!), were co-written by Lynn and piano sensation Glasys. In other words, this album is a new and unexpected direction for Lynn, who is perhaps best known for his electronic music stylings. Among the cover versions on the second disc, the rendition of “Big City Now” by Tiffany (yes, that Tiffany!), is a must.”

20 Years of “GLEE” (Part 1)

I was in the studio recording this (now out of print) album with PFog 20 years ago this weekend. It’s a mess, as were the mixtapes that had led to it, the record that came just after it, and the 2 EPs that followed…but, whatever. It was the 90s, I was a maladjusted teenager, and it was before easy-access technology swooped in to help 17 year old songwriters suck less on their own.

I actually got noticed by the industry way too early in my career and had to figure out how to not totally suck in real time while everyone watched me totally suck on very big stages that these super famous artists I had grown up worshiping had made space for me to join them on. But I wasn’t ready, and I wouldn’t really be ready for another decade.

I blazed forward anyway. I said yes to everything, disappointed everyone, kept writing, met the right people, met the wrong people, went on TV a bunch, continued doing very public things, failed, won, failed, won, failed, won, caused a scene in the circles I was supposed to impress, and slowly got better at all of it until one day in 2008 I woke up and just didn’t suck anymore…or, at least, it wasn’t as pronounced. (It’s also completely possible that I just started sucking in a totally new and different way when I quit drinking. I’m open to that, too.)

The point is, it doesn’t matter how much you suck as long as you scare the right people with your songs while you are still young and beautiful.

 

WATCH


 

   

LISTEN


Rich and Beautiful

2020 - Single

© Sony ATV / Logan Lynn Music


Unpeeled (LIVE)

2020 - Acoustic EP

© Banana Stand Records


Name Your Trouble

2019 - Single

© Netflix / Logan Lynn Music


My Movie Star

2018 - Double LP

© Logan Lynn Music / Mohr Media


  ADIEU.

2016 - LP

© Logan Lynn Music


  Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks

2012 - LP

© Logan Lynn Music


  I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday

2010 - LP

© Logan Lynn Music


  From Pillar To Post

2009 - LP

© Caroline Records / EMI / Beat The World


 

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