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Logan Lynn’s “ADIEU.” Featured as Red Star Pick in September Issue of Spain’s Mondo Sonoro Magazine

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Big thanks to Spain’s Mondo Sonoro Magazine for choosing my new record ADIEU. as a red star top pick (alongside Frank Ocean’s Blond!!) in their September 2016 issue. 7 out of 10 stars!

They also posted my new video “Go There When You Want To Be Loved” alongside the web version of the review. Click HERE to check it out, or keep reading for the transcript of the review below the video.

From Mondo Sonoro:

“Estos no han sido unos buenos años para Logan Lynn. El estadounidense en un corto plazo de tiempo perdió a su chico y a su querido perro, y con esas ausencias en su vida los fantasmas de los trastornos mentales y el suicidio volvieron a acecharle. Aunque eso sí, lejos de decantarse por la autodestrucción, ha aprovechado estas vicisitudes para crear un álbum catártico en el que, sin tapujos, se desnuda como nunca con la pérdida del amor como principal leit motiv.

Aparcando su conocida faceta electrónica (aun habiendo números como “Way Out” o esa “Oh Lucifer” en la que vuelve a hacer gala de su compromiso con la comunidad LGTB) Lynn y su fiel colaborador Gino Mari tanto se dejan querer por el pop californiano (“Can You Get Me Off?”) como rinden pleitesía a sus admirados The Dandy Warhols (en “The One”) en un disco igual de bello que visceral.”

Logan Lynn’s “Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks” Reviewed in July Issue of Mondo Sonoro Magazine (SPAIN)

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My new record “Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks” is reviewed in the July 2013 print issue of Spain’s Mondo Sonoro Magazine! They gave it 3 1/2 stars (out of 5), which means a B+. The star rating is about as much as I can read, but if you are Spanish-speaking, click on the July cover or just keep reading below for the review.

Thank you, Mondo Sonoro! I dig that you dig the record.

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From Mondo Sonoro (July 2013 Issue):

“Disco De Logan Lynn: Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks – Activista de la comunidad LGBT, periodista y todo lo que le echen por delante, Logan Lynn ha ido virando su género hacia el hedonismo sin frenos del pop sintético de las pistas de baile desde que debutara en lo musical en 1998 rindiendo pleitesía a la indietrónica. Aunque, eso sí, sin hacerle ascos a nada dentro de ese género madre, ya que a lo largo de “Tramp Stamps And Birthmarks” se manifiestan en buena medida los tropicalismos indie a los que nos tiene acostumbrados Kitsuné (“The Ghost Of Someone Else”), la sombra de los siempre a reivindicar Silver Columns (“Loud Enough”), unos The Postal Service hipotéticamente desbocados por el techno pop (“Hologram”, una de las mejores del lote) y hits potenciales que podrían haber sonado perfectamente en boca de Frankmusik (“Radio Silent”). La nueva criatura de Lynn no renueva su sonido más reciente, pero nos deja un buen puñado de momentos perfectos para quemar calorías bailando antes de que se reserve dos últimos números que rebajan drásticamente la adrenalina del conjunto.”

Logan Lynn Interviewed In The July Issue Of Spain’s Fantastic Plastic Mag! Read The English Version Here.

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The July issue of Fantastic Plastic Magazine (from Spain) features me in their branded “Fast Date” interview section. It’s like speed dating, but in print!

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Click HERE or on the FantasticPlasticMag logo below to read the original.

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…and here’s the original English version for those of you who don’t speak Spanish:

Fantastic Plastic Magazine: This is a fast date. Describe yourself using only three words.

Logan Lynn: Tall, Shy, Ginger.

FPM: Describe your music using only three words too.

LL: Dirty, Sweaty, Truth.

FPM: If you could make the whole world listen to one single album?

LL: My new record, “Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks”.

FPM: The last album you bought that moved you?

LL: My dear friend Ruth Radelet’s band Chromatics – “Kill For Love”

FPM: The next release you’re more excited about?

LL: I’m really into Whitey. I’m excited to see what dude does next.

FPM: The music you always take with you when you travel by car…

LL: The Innocence Mission, The Sundays, Liz Phair – I love me some ladies on the road.

FPM: Is there an album from your greatest idol that you truly dislike but that you always defend ’cause you’re so loyal?

LL: I never defend bullshit, so…even if I worship you: If it stinks, it stinks.
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Logan Lynn Featured In Mondo Sonoro Magazine (Spain) This Week

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Lots of love from overseas lately!  After profiling my upcoming summer tour this past March, I’m once again in print next month in Mondo Sonoro Magazine (the Rolling Stone of Spain) and Fantastic Plastic Magazine (also from Spain). This past week Mondo Sonoro also started giving away my new Remix E.P. “Dance Alone” free on their website, which you can check out HERE.

Looks like we’ll be coming across the pond soon at this rate.

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Rich and Beautiful

2020 - Single

© Sony ATV / Logan Lynn Music


Unpeeled (LIVE)

2020 - Acoustic EP

© Banana Stand Records


Name Your Trouble

2019 - Single

© Netflix / Logan Lynn Music


My Movie Star

2018 - Double LP

© Logan Lynn Music / Mohr Media


  ADIEU.

2016 - LP

© Logan Lynn Music


  Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks

2012 - LP

© Logan Lynn Music


  I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday

2010 - LP

© Logan Lynn Music


  From Pillar To Post

2009 - LP

© Caroline Records / EMI / Beat The World


 

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