LOGAN LYNN

  

Logan Lynn Appearing on Drinking With The Devil Podcast This Week

‪I’ll be the guest this week on Satanic U.K. podcast Drinking With The Devil.‬

‪Subscribe to the show HERE and wherever else you listen to podcasts and listen to the episode below! ‬

‪HAIL SATAN. 😈

LOOK: Logan Lynn and Charli XCX Partner on Special Keep Oregon Well Greenroom Interview About Mental Health (VIDEO)

Charli XCX and Sheila Hamilton in Logan Lynn's Keep Oregon Well Greenroom in Portland

Big thanks to Charli XCX for her over-the-top amazing support of our Keep Oregon Well campaign and social movement to #FightStigma and #EndDiscrimination! — and also to my incredible friend Sheila Hamilton for making time to do this interview today.

I adore you both so much it hurts! ❤

WATCH HERE:

Exclusive Interview with Logan Lynn on The Sound of Confusion (UK)

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From The Sound of Confusion: “The One + Exclusive Interview”

DJ, musician, writer, producer, TV presenter, activist, not to mention slaying a few demons along the way, Logan Lynn has packed a lot into his 36 years, and you can add to that releasing the very first single of 2016, as new track ‘The One’ became available at 00:00 on January 1st. Stylistically ‘The One’ sees a slight shift in direction for Lynn, whose past releases have been more electronic, whether it’s veering towards the dance floor or creating hook-filled alt-pop. This first track from his forthcoming new album ‘Adieu’ sees him (aided by producer Gino Mari) tackling garage inspired indie-rock without losing those catchy melodies and pop sparkle. In part a homage to his mentors The Dandy Warhols who have released his past work on their label, ‘The One’ is a fresh sounding hybrid of organic and synthetic instrumentation that stands out as one of the strongest songs he’s written thus far.

We asked Logan Lynn a few questions about the new album, his life and his music.

TSOC: You’ve covered a lot of musical styles in your career, including a dance music, electronic indie and pop, and your new single could be described as modern garage rock. Has this been a natural progression or a deliberate decision to try different genres?

Lynn: I think this has been a product of my having been so deeply influenced by artists in all different genres. Some of it has been deliberate, for sure… and some of it is just that, when I was first starting out I was a teenager who didn’t really know what he was doing, so electronic music, Read the rest of this entry »

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