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The Netflix Saga Continues…

‪Ended the year with an album I put out in 2016 at #25 on the iTunes chart in Brazil, and an acoustic E.P. I recorded at home in 2011 at #31. ‬

‪Thank you, EastSiders on Netflix! This is all because of Kit Williamson. ‬‬🎧

New Logan Lynn Single Released Today!

Hey friends! My new single, “Do You Want Me Or Not?” was released everywhere music is sold today. This is the 2nd song we’ve put out so far from my upcoming record “Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks”, and we just started shopping the record around to labels this week. The next few weeks should be interesting! As with most things in this industry, the first week of sales and downloads matters a great deal – so if you are into it, click HERE to get it from iTunes now or click HERE to get it from CD Baby!

I worked with David Appaloosa (from The Hugs) on “Do You Want Me Or Not?” and the track was produced by Gino Mari. There is also a killer remix of “Turn Me Out” on this one by 80’s new wave gods Animotion! So excited about the folks I’ve been working with on this new record. Oh my god.

Thanks for supporting indie music! You rule.

Logan Lynn’s “Turn Me Out” Debuts at #30 on iTunes Top 100 Pop New Releases List!

Thanks to everybody who bought “Turn Me Out” on Tuesday when it was released. It debuted at #30 on the iTunes pop 100 new releases list yesterday as a result. Holy shit, right??? So exciting.

Big thanks also to Mike Enders at AccidentalBear.com and the porn kings over at QueerClick.com for distributing all of those dirty promo pictures of me everywhere last week alongside the pre-order link. That shit totally worked.

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Click HERE to get yours! I love each and every one of you…

Logan Lynn’s New Single “Turn Me Out” Released TODAY!

Haaaaaaay dears! My new single “Turn Me Out” was released today (Tuesday, June 5th). Listen and buy below. It’s available everywhere worldwide as of this morning. Happy summer jam to you all!

Logan Lynn: “Turn Me Out” (2012 Logan Lynn Music)
Produced by Gino Mari.

1. Turn Me Out
2. Turn Me Out (Instrumental)

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LOGAN LYNN’S NEW RECORD “I KILLED TOMORROW YESTERDAY” NOW AVAILABLE ON iTUNES! ALL THE $$$ GOES TO CHARITY!

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.

"FROM PILLAR TO POST" FEATURED ON THE ITUNES MUSIC STORE "INDIE SPOTLIGHT" HOMEPAGE!!!

Logan Lynn (2009)

So…my head has pretty much been spinning with excitement since late Monday night when iTunes went live with my new record “From Pillar To Post” as one of their featured “New and Noteworthy” selections on the homepage of their “Indie Spotlight”…right next to “Oasis”, baby!

To check it out for yourself, go to the iTunes Music Store and click on the drop-down MUSIC tab at the top. From there, you can click on “Indie Spotlight” and you’ll see me front and center. You can also access the album on iTunes directly by CLICKING HERE!

Logan Lynn "From Pillar To Post" (2009 Beat The World Records)

"FROM PILLAR TO POST" GOT THE BEST REVIEW EVER FROM "NWMusicBlog" TODAY!

Logan Lynn (2009)

“NWMusicBlog” (Seattle, Portland, Olympia & The Northwest) reviewed my new record today. You can read the post HERE or check things out just below…This review is pretty much as good as they get. It totally made my day earlier.

From “NWMusicBlog” (11/22/2009)

“Logan Lynn’s From Pillar To Post becomes available on iTunes, November 24th, 2009. The highly anticipated follow up to the 2006 critically acclaimed self-titled release, From Pillar to Post features a wiser and more experience Logan Lynn, who in tandem with his new label, Beat The World Records, has produced a fine album full of danceable cuts, featuring some risqué, stunning, and oft times scathing lyrics.

The opening strings of Feed Me to the Wolves are being played so rapidly it sounds as if it is the water racing back after the wave has crashed and crested on the beach, rising in volume to a crescendo as the synth-bass crashes like a rogue wave pushing Logan Lynn’s melodies forward into the listeners’ ears. Heartfelt lyrics, heartbroken libretto gently glide over the highly danceable electronic pulse of the song, crying for a lost lover to assist in closure of the relationship.

The standout substance on this album is the masterful Read the rest of this entry »





 

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