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LOGAN LYNN + BAD LIFE PLUS GADGETS FEATURED ON THE "BOOM BOOM CHIK" ELECTRONIC MUSIC BLOG!

Logan Lynn (2010)

One of the remixes from Volume 3 of my “Blood In The Water” Remix EP Collection got some attention from the “Boom Boom Chik” Electronic Music Blog this week! To check out all the nice stuff they had to say and have a listen, CLICK HERE.

Here’s a bit from the post to tide you over…

From “Boom Boom Chik”: (2/3/2010)

“New York based music collaborators Jean Goode and Teddy! of The Asteroid Belt are still doing their thing, this time having remixed Logan Lynn’s “Write it on My Left Arm” off of his 2009 release, From Pillar to Post. Lynn is a singer-songwriter from Portland, Oregon who delves in different genres ranging from folk to electronic. The remix is a wonderful listen; the musical growth of Jean Goode and Teddy are evident in the fluidity of the track, something that is made possible only when the instrumental arrangements are solid and complement the vocals (as is the case here). Upon hearing the track I thought of the ubiquitous Imogen Heap and the less well known Milosh, two artists who are pretty good to be associated with if you ask me.”

-Radio Morillo, “Boom Boom Chik”

Nice, huh? Go Jean and Teddy!!! Ink and Pixels, baby. Ink and Pixels!!!

CHECK OUT THE GLOWING REVIEW "FROM PILLAR TO POST" GOT TODAY ON THE MUSIC BLOG "BOOM BOOM CHIK"!!!

Photo by Ray Gordon.  Treatment by Logan Lynn.

YOU CAN USE THE LINK BELOW TO READ THE ENTIRE POST, BUT HERE’S A BLURB:

“I’ll admit it, I have a soft spot for indie electronica. So when Protland based artist Logan Lynn sent me a promo of his new cd, From Pillar to Post, I just had to take a listen, and what I heard was pretty good.

There is a huge indie music scene in Portland and Logan Lynn has collaborated with Producer Carlos Cortes of Portland DJ collective Assemble The Empire, to create his 3rd studio Album.

With a similar feel to everyone’s favorite, Postal Service, he takes on a more indie rock feel rather then synthy pop. At times it can feel dark, but at others, there is nothing but blissful pop. Crafted electronic beats mixed with delicate vocals lends way to a great listening experience — not to powerful, but at the same time not lacking.

This is a perfect example of good indie electronica. Check it out…”

HERE’S THE LINK TO THE FULL POST AT “BOOM BOOM CHIK”





 

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