LOGAN LYNN // NEW MONEY \\ 1.21.22


For Your Consideration: Logan Lynn’s “My Movie Star” Up For Three GRAMMY® Awards

Today the Recording Academy opened 1st round voting for the GRAMMY® Awards and Logan Lynn’s My Movie Star is in the running for THREE different categories! If you are a Voting Member of the Recording Academy / GRAMMYs®, thank you in advance for considering this work.











Released: 10/12/2018
Produced by Logan Lynn and Jay Mohr
Mixed by Justin Phelps and Mike Blackburn
Mastered by Justin Phelps
Featuring Collaborations with Glasys, Tiffany, Scott Simpson,
The Dandy Warhols, Jarryd James, Rian Lewis, DoublePlusGood,
Madison Montgomery, Aaron David Gleason, and Stose

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Farewell (For Now) Mitski! We Love You.

I had a super deep conversation with Mitski a couple of years ago, just before she boarded the rocket ship to Mars, and it has always stuck with me.

She’s such a powerful force, such a bright light — but also so sensitive and aware. It’s a really special mix of humanity and talent that she has so generously shared with the world, and I recall just wanting to shield her from all of what I knew was headed her way at the time.

The thing about the music industry, touring endlessly, and the commodification of one’s innermost self, is that the business model is very rarely centered around taking care of that individual’s human needs — and for anyone even remotely rooted in authenticity, navigating this shit is exhausting.

I blew up my major label deal and the career I had spent decades building back in 2010 and it was the best decision I have ever made. That pivot is ultimately why I decided I liked music again and made it possible for me to come back as my whole self later.

As Mitski the very successful artist deletes social media, hangs up her cowboy hat, and exits the public eye to become Mitski Miyawaki the person again, I hope you will all join me in wishing her well.

These stages are forever yours, darling. They’ll be here if you want them. Now go rest, feel proud, and EAT EVERYTHING.


LOOK: Logan Lynn at the 2017 Recording Academy GRAMMY Awards (PHOTOS + VIDEO)

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Thanks to Gucci, TOM FORD, Marc Jacobs, HUGO BOSS and ASOS for making me and my brother Landon Lynn pretty at the Recording Academy / GRAMMYs today!  We had such a great time at the show and at The Standard, Downtown LA with my beloveds Jay Mohr, Ruth Radelet (CHROMATICS/Twin Peaks) and Jeanie Buss (LA Lakers).

GRAMMYs weekend was all kinds of cute!

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Here we are arriving on the red carpet: Read the rest of this entry »

Logan Lynn: Guess What? Stealing Is Still Wrong

(Originally Published on The Huffington Post on 3/8/2012)

Most of the working musicians I know have been paying close attention to the real-life drama unfolding in the file-sharing world lately. That’s not to say all of said working musician friends agree with what I am about to say here, but the majority of them do (whether they will publicly admit it or not). Between the outcry around proposed government anti-piracy initiatives, the recent Megaupload arrests, and multiple file-sharing sites shutting down or drastically (and rapidly) adjusting their policies in the days since, there is a full-blown, game-changing spectacle underway.

The music industry has been ravaged by the digital age, the primary culprit being illegal file sharing on websites with practically zero regulation. The past two decades have been something of a Wild West on ye olde Interwebs. No rules, no accountability. By the time the music industry reacted to what was happening, it was too late.

While performing at and attending the CMJ music conference in New York City in fall 2009, I learned that at that time, 91 percent of all new music was downloaded illegally over the Internet instead of purchased. Since then, things have only gotten worse. Record stores are closing, music rags are shutting down, and the glory days of rock and roll are over… which I actually don’t give even half a shit about. In fact, I’m glad the music industry got destroyed. It was fucked-up anyway, so who cares? Poor (filthy rich) record executives making hundreds of millions of dollars on the backs of artists. Boo-hoo. I’m crying for you. Really. I am.

My beef is not that I feel bad for record labels or the talentless hacks who run them. I think it’s good that the overall priorities in the entertainment industry have been forced to change and that the powers that be have had to reexamine what it means to be of value to their consumer base. What pisses me off is having over 91 percent of my personal intellectual property stolen, often before it even has the chance to be finished and released to the world. As a professional musician, a lot of time, hard work, and money goes into making a record. As an independent musician, that money comes directly out of my own pocket. Being a starving artist honestly isn’t all it’s cracked up to be anymore, people, and getting ripped-off has always sucked.

Even when I was on a major label, I got totally screwed because Read the rest of this entry »


Logan Lynn (2009)

The folks over at the music blog “Your Moment Of Zen” had some nice stuff to say about the new record today! You can check the full post out HERE

…and now for a bit of the review:

“Technology has allowed for some truly amazing developments in music. These days one can write, record, remix, package and distribute an entire body of work with little or no help from anyone else. Marry this to the splintering of the music industry where labels are less important as a connection to alternative media outlets and you have an entirely new methodology of music. The human connection is more important than ever when it comes to getting people to listen to your music. So the fact that I am even reviewing music from Portland based Logan Lynn is a testament to his connections.

Signed to the label founded by THE DANDY WARHOLS is a step in the right direction. Even though musically Lynn’s sound is as far away from the Warhols, the name recognition helped me give it a chance. “Feed Me To the Wolves” almost sounds like a lost DEPECHE MODE B side (back when they gave a damn and weren’t just manufacturing sounds for a paycheck) whereas “Write It On My Left Arm” has more of a Laptop Pop Feel (a la THE POSTAL SERVICE) but with more vocal effects. Other parts of the album have a more atmospheric approach that recalls MOBY in both music and vocals.

Apparently Mr. Lynn is quite prolific and after releasing this latest record he plans on two more in the near future. Which is also a by product of this new DIY computer culture of music; a near endless stream of creativity direct to the consumers. And that is never a bad thing…”







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