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LOGAN LYNN’S NEW REMIX RECORD “BLOOD IN THE WATER” RELEASED TODAY! GET YOUR COPY HERE NOW!

This 18 song remix collection has brought my “From Pillar To Post” record from 2009 to new life! From dubstep to booty house to vintage disco to techno these cuts don’t let up. Featuring remixes by Styrofoam, Flufftronix, The Gentry, Boy In Static, Y-Tron, Strobe Party!, Daniel Cartier, Ariake Waveband, Odd Year, Naked Highway, Sound///Audio, Jimi Python, Very International Love, Bad Life + Gadgets, T Vicious, Supercorsa, Neapolitan Beard, and Digital Intruder. These tracks have only been available during the “From Pillar To Post” pre-release until now and this has 2 brand new tracks never before released!!!

Dance. Party. Time.
Get it, gurrrrrlz.

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To get your copy from iTunes CLICK HERE.

To purchase from CD Baby, click the album cover below.

Logan Lynn: “Blood In The Water” (2011)

Tracklist:

1. Feed Me To the Wolves (Flufftronix Remix)
2. Alone Together (Boy In Static Remix)
3. Write It On My Left Arm (Y-Tron Remix)
4. Bottom Your Way To The Top (The Gentry Remix)
5. Burning Your Glory (Strobe Party! Remix)
6. Bleed Him Out (Styrofoam Remix)
7. Feed Me To the Wolves (Daniel Cartier Remix)
8. Write It On My Left Arm (Ariake Waveband Remix)
9. If He Hollers (Odd Year Remix)
10. Bottom Your Way To The Top (Naked Highway Remix)
11. Feed Me To the Wolves (Sound///Audio Remix)
12. Burning Your Glory (Jimi Python Remix)
13. Bottom Your Way To the Top (Very International Love Remix)
14. Write It On My Left Arm (Bad Life + Gadgets Remix)
15. Burning Your Glory (T Vicious Remix)
16. Feed Me To the Wolves (Supercorsa Remix)
17. Bottom Your Way To the Top (Neapolitan Beard Remix)
18. The Dotted Line (Digital Intruder Remix)

WATCH VIDEO FROM LOGAN LYNN & THE GENTRY’S LAST TWO SHOWS FROM THEIR SUMMER TOUR HERE!

Well it has been really amazing getting to work with The Gentry this past year. I’ve been able to realize some loud rock dreams with those guys in tow and I’m really grateful for the time they spent working to prepare for our tour together this Summer and all the time spent traveling around the U.S. with me in a van. We had some really magical moments on and off stage. I was finally able to move past some fairly long-standing stage fright and found freedom in the band format, having just been a singing DJ up to that point. I have Gino, Steve & AC to thanks for that.

We have had our share of disasters along the way as well…much of which revolved around our drummer’s body slowly breaking bone by bone. Dude broke his hand in San Francisco (and just kept playing) then he broke his foot 4 days before the big farewell show at Mississippi Studios in Portland and had surgery on his foot (metal plate anyone?) THE DAY BEFORE. He’s an animal.

At any rate, we made some last minute adjustments to the show obviously because he couldn’t play the entire hour long set. One such change was a bit of a throwback to my humble singing DJ beginnings from years back. It was fun to play some of the new stuff and have it just be pop. If my lighting guy had remembered to bring his board to go along with the lights we lugged to the venue it would have been a lot better…or maybe not. It ended up being very intimate, very bare bones, unmasked & vulnerable. It seemed like a very appropriate way to leave things. Here’s a clip from the karaoke portion of last week’s final show:

Logan Lynn: “Nobody Knows The Trouble I’ve Seen” & “Velocity” LIVE at Mississippi Studios, Portland (August 20th, 2010)

Next up is a clip from our secret show at this year’s Salem Pride Festival. It ended up being one of the best shows of the entire Summer. Sadly, the camera was right in front of Gino’s guitar amp so the sound of this video is way more fucked up than it usually is but it was such a good day I figured I’d post it anyway.

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Logan Lynn & The Gentry: “Smoke Rings” LIVE at Salem Pride (August 7th, 2010)

READ PART TWO OF LOGAN LYNN’S INTERVIEW WITH JUST OUT NEWSWEEKLY HERE!

In preparation for my big farewell show tomorrow (Friday, August 20th, 2010) at Mississippi Studios in Portland (where this whole crazy music thing began for me) Just Out Newsweekly ran a follow-up story today on their blog as part 2 to the interview they ran in this week’s paper. Check out today’s story HERE. You can also read the interview which ran in print in this past week’s paper HERE if ya wanna.

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I really hope to see you at tomorrow’s show, friends! It’s going to be quite the spectacle. Tickets and info HERE. One last dance before I go…

For those of you who don’t like redirecting to other sites, you can read part 2 of my interview with Just Out below: Read the rest of this entry »

LOGAN LYNN’S FAREWELL SHOW IS ONE WEEK FROM TONIGHT (FRIDAY AUGUST 20TH) IN PORTLAND AT MISSISSIPPI STUDIOS!

One last hoorah before I go. Please come to Mississippi Studios next Friday, August 20th and let me thank you for the last 10 years in person. It’s going to be a really lovely night. RSVP to the Facebook Event Page HERE and get tickets HERE.

DJ Girlfriends, Matrimony & The Gentry are opening & I’ll be playing a short set of older songs by myself, then The Gentry is going to join me back on stage for a set of my new songs and new versions of my old songs with my full band. It’s gonna be epic.

Fake blood, real tears, loud music. Let’s party. I love you guys. Come dance with me next Friday!!! I’ll also be raising money for Q Center this night so you can be a do-gooder and dance at the same time!

xo
LL

SALEM PRIDE WEEKEND WRAP-UP: LOGAN LYNN & THE GENTRY GET WILD AT FLIPSIDE BAR ON 8/6 + PLAY A SECRET SHOW AT THE FESTIVAL IN CASCADE GATEWAY PARK ON 8/7!

Well, that was fun. The Gentry boys and I just got home from a wild weekend in Salem, Oregon where we played TWO shows in less than 24 hours for 2010 Capitol City Pride! First we played their official opening party at Flipside Nightclub on Friday (August 6th) and ended up dancing the night away and filming scenes for my upcoming “Bleed Him Out” music video with me undoing my shirt and making sex face in the stripper cage. It was epic. For those of you who made it out, thanks! It was nice to see you.

The next morning I was finally able to announce that we were going to be the surprise performers at the Capitol City Pride Festival in Cascade Gateway Park later that afternoon (having kept it a secret since MAY when I was booked!) We got there and it was bustling with partying queers and their friends. We set up our electronics in the middle of the park and had one of the best shows of our whole Summer tour! As it turns out, I love secrets!!!

Thanks so much to everybody who took such great care of us this weekend and to all of you who came out to the shows! We filmed both of them so I’ll be posting clips sometime soon. You can check out hundreds of pix from our adventure on Myspace HERE or on Facebook HERE. I ended up having the best time ever this weekend and got to talk about Q Center on the loud mic for a bit at both shows as well so that was cool. Go Salem gays! See you again soon…

LOGAN LYNN INTERVIEWED ABOUT HIS DEPARTURE FROM MUSIC IN THIS WEEK’S ISSUE OF JUST OUT — DIGITAL VERSION HERE!

Last week I sat down with the editor of Portland Newsweekly Just Out (Amanda Schurr) to chat about my announced departure from my current life in Musicworld. A man has his reasons. If you care to know more, pick up a copy or keep reading below. To read the online version CLICK HERE or to download the PDF version of the 2 page ordeal, click the following two links: Page 34Page 35

I love how Just Out never twists my words or calls me fat and ugly. BEST. GAY. PAPER. EVER.

From Just Out: (8/6/2010)

Will Work for Good : Portland pop dynamo Logan Lynn quits music, for now…

Logan Lynn just wants a new hoodie. Sitting outside a North Portland cafe, blue hood yanked over a navy baseball hat, he points to a missing zipper pull—and later, more tellingly, to letters on the hoodie’s front, “F-R-E-D.”

“It just needs to say ‘not what I thought it was gonna be,’” he says, half joking.

It’s been that kind of decade for the Portland musician, who took to his website Thursday, July 29 to announce his self-proclaimed “career suicide,” an indefinite hiatus from the music business. With characteristic candor, Lynn wrote: “As I near the 10-year-anniversary of my debut record,… I have come to some conclusions not only about the journey I’ve been on since then musically and in my personal life, but also the journey I intend to be on moving forward with both.

One thing that is painfully clear to me and everyone who knows me in real life is that I AM MISERABLE. I have been for some time. I’m sick of being broke, mismanaged, overworked, screwed over by the folks who are supposed to be looking out for me … you know, all the hits.”

A few days later over iced coffee, Lynn pulls even fewer punches, with himself and others. “The more time I have to think it over, the more comfortable I am with the whole idea,” he says, in what begins a conversation about demons, downloads and the decision to withdraw from what he admits is an enviable, even courted spotlight—at least from the outside.

“I’m sure there’s at least a thousand bands in this town that I know that would be like, ‘Dude, you’re super blowing it. I have no idea what you’re talking about,’” concedes Lynn, fresh off a Read the rest of this entry »

LOGAN LYNN’S NEW RECORD “I KILLED TOMORROW YESTERDAY” FEATURED ON OREGON MUSIC NEWS + MORE THIS WEEK!

It’s been really touching this week since announcing my upcoming hiatus to see how many people, venues, record stores and press outlets have felt that my taking a break from the stage is newsworthy (Just Out, Willamette Week, KZME FM Radio & Oregon Music News to name a few). Makes a boy feel really loved during a rather slippery, uneasy time, so…thanks for that.

In addition to the announcement of my change of plans last week on their site which you can read HERE, OMN (Oregon Music News) picked up on my swan song today and has it featured in a story titled “Logan Lynn Releases Final Album Via YouTube“. Click HERE to redirect or keep reading below.

From Oregon Music News: (8/3/2010)

“While Logan Lynn may have decided to call it quits last week, he’s at least also decided that “The last hoorah may as well have a soundtrack, right?”

Releasing his final album as YouTube playlist, “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday” features lyrics and vocals from Lynn with music and programming by Bryan Cecil. The album is Read the rest of this entry »





 

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