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FREE SHOW TONIGHT IN PORTLAND: "THE RUMBLE" WITH JAGUAR LOVE, LOGAN LYNN, + DJ A TRAIN!!!

Logan Lynn (2010)

Tonight is going to be SO fun. “Futuresounds“, “Pampelmoose.com“, & “Cravedog, Inc.” (as well as a bunch of other cool industry and local music community folks—“Music Millennium“, “XO Publicity“, “WOXY“, & “Spin Earth“) are sponsoring the show so it’s FREE for you to come and party. They have been throwing these “Rumble” parties all over the US and from what I hear, they are ALWAYS amazing.

Here is a little preview of what you’ll be seeing and hearing this evening at the Holocene…

I’m really excited to open for these guys. They rule.

…but before you get your Jaguar Love, you’re gonna get this:

Brace yourselves for a really good time, Puddletown. It’s REAL. See you tonight!!!

FREE MP3!!! DOWNLOAD LOGAN LYNN: "FEED ME TO THE WOLVES (FLUFFTRONIX REMIX)" HERE FOR ZERO DOLLARS!!!

Logan Lynn (2010)

It’s a NEW YEAR, so I’ve been thinking it’s time for a NEW FREE SONG. A while back an up-and-comer in the electronic world who goes by “Flufftronix” remixed my song “Feed Me To The Wolves”. It’s really cool. For more info on “Flufftronix”, CLICK HERE.

Now, download “Feed Me To The Wolves (Flufftronix Remix)” FREE via the widget below. Yee-Haw!

Happy listening, folks…Love Love LOVE!

FREE SONG DOWNLOAD: INDIE ELECTROPOP SUPERHERO STYROFOAM'S REMIX OF LOGAN LYNN'S "BLEED HIM OUT"!

Logan Lynn (2009)

Hey guys! It’s been a minute since I gave away a FREE SONG so I figured now’s as good a time as any. Click on the widget below to download Styrofoam’s remix of my song “Bleed Him Out” from Volume 3 of my Remix EP Collection, “Blood In The Water” for ZERO dollars waaaaay before the rest of the world gets it when it’s released next year.

Styrofoam (2009)

I’ve said it before, but Styrofoam is one of my all time favorites. I first heard him when someone bought me a CD of his called “I’m What’s There To Show Something’s Missing” in 2003 (which you can get on iTunes HERE) and I have followed him closely ever since. He’s been a huge inspiration to me throughout the years and I’m still pissing my pants every time I think about how awesome it is that he came on board for the project, digs my record, etc. He’s, like…the fucking Godfather of my genre and his stamping “cool” on my record has made me all smiles for years to come.

If you haven’t heard Styrofoam, you are WAY behind. Get with the program on his Myspace page HERE and download “Bleed Him Out (Styrofoam Remix)” now just below—>

P.S. (When you are done getting your free song, watch Styrofoam’s video “After Sunset” HERE. It’s super good…)

"THE POP! STEREO" POSTED THEIR REVIEW OF MY NEW RECORD TODAY ON THEIR SITE!

Logan Lynn (2009)

You can read the full review of “From Pillar To Post” (and nab a couple of the tracks) on “The Pop! Stereo” HERE.

Here’s a bit from the piece from “The Pop! Stereo” Music Blog:

“Oregonian, Logan Lynn is a troubadour who utilizes beats, synths and the preaching of the good word to convince the lovelorn and depressed that there’s more to life then being gutted all the time. Having released two previous albums that dwelled heavily on themes of religion, sexuality, and identity, the idea of singing to those troubled by all three is nothing new to Logan. On his third album, From Pillar to Post Logan Lynn has continued to develop his ability to lift troubled souls up via song and has also dived head on into exploring new sonic territory. As his bio states, he’s put the disco back in discomfort.

With an approach that’s pretty darn near close to the Postal Service, Logan Lynn weaves his tales around a rather shy and introspective voice that sounds as if they were written by the kid no one paid attention to. His outsider looking in perspective serves his ethereal like synth pop well as it sounds as if he’s whispering the lyrics to each song into your ear. As a result, From Pillar to Post is an intimate and personal record that anyone who has ever had any sort identity or relationship crisis can relate to.

From Pillar to Post is a lush, faithful and cozy record that will tug at your heart and give you a bear hug. It’s an emotional affair that might just bring you to tears. It’s Logan’s ability to write songs that are that heavy that makes him such a fantastic artist. The fact that he can successfully do it by laying it on the line in and packaging those hopes and tales of love and spirituality in the form of a pop song is a testament to the guy’s talent. Synth pop hasn’t had this much honesty and heart in a long time and that’s why I like From Pillar to Post as much as I do.”





 

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