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"FEED ME TO THE WOLVES" PICKED AS ONE OF THE "TOP 50 SONGS OF 2009" BY THE "32 FT/SECOND" MUSIC NEWS BLOG!

Logan Lynn (2009)

The “32 Feet Per Second” Music, MP3 & News Blog put out their picks for the “Top 50 Songs of 2009” this week and my new record, “From Pillar To Post” made the list in the #34 position. You can check it out HERE, or just below.

From “32 Feet Per Second” (12/22/2009)

“#34 — Logan Lynn: “Feed Me To The Wolves” — We heard a lot of glossy, synth pop/rock this year. Logan Lynn, a label-mate of The Dandy Warhols, managed to separate himself from the pack. “Feed Me To The Wolves” isn’t just a shimmering, urgent bit of post-Postal Service electro-pop. It builds into an architectural elevation with bright keyboards clashing with double-tap drums. The stakes are high as Lynn freely admits, “You can feed me to the wolves if I make one mistake.” He doesn’t specify who these predators are, but we can assume that anyone who spent time in the music industry knows, the wolves are always at the door.”

Nice one, right? WOOT!

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"FEED ME TO THE WOLVES" IS THE FEATURED SONG AT THE "32 FEET PER SECOND" INDIE MUSIC BLOG TODAY!

Logan Lynn (2009)

You can check out the full post and get the audio HERE, but there’s a bit of the piece just below to tide you over.

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From “32ft/Second”:

“Logan Lynn dropped into my email client with the warning or excitement that he was recommended by The Dandy Warhols. Both artists make their homes in Portland, but the similarities pretty much stop there. In fact, Logan Lynn sounds nothing like the Dandy Warhols. This, of course, doesn’t mean that the Dandys can’t like him. They are free to make artistic choices on their own, at least so I’ve been told.

And this affection makes sense. Lynn’s sound is the shuddering electro-pop of a Postal Service arrangement gone on a colorful amphetamine bender. Even the lyrics betray the drama of Gibbard. Once you get underneath Lynn’s rhetoric, “Feed Me To The Wolves” is a pleading, full-of-promises mediation on emotional pain. As low-end synths growl ominously, bright electrics of treble stab at the top of the mix – a musical dichotomy of loathing and hope to mirror his lyrical posing. Lynn is candid: “I’ll die before I find a way to ease this pain.” Perhaps, he’s kidding and perhaps not. He’s free to make artistic choices on his own; and “Feed Me To The Wolves” is a good one.”





 

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