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Logan Lynn and Kanye West Partner with WE 96.3 FM in Portland to Keep Oregon Well on the Road with Yeezy This Fall

Kanye Logan Lynn 2016

Oh hey Portland: Wanna spend 3 days with Kanye West across 3 cities on his tour this fall? My Keep Oregon Well campaign to fight the stigma of mental illness has the hookup.

Listen to WE 96.3 FM for your chance to win an all-expenses paid trip to join Yeezus on the road. Thanks again, Kanye! We love you. 🙂

Join the movement now at www.KeepOregonWell.com — because mental health matters.

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Win a Trip for 2 to Join Logan Lynn and Keep Oregon Well at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas

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Hey Portland: All during August my Keep Oregon Well campaign to fight the stigma of mental illness will be giving away chances to win airfare, hotel and tickets to join me at the sold-out 2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival next month in Las Vegas with Britney Spears,U2, Drake, Ariana Grande, Sia, Tears for Fears, Troye Sivan, Sam Hunt,Sting, Pitbull, Billy Idol and more!

Listen to JAM’N 107.5 to win 10 times every weekday at 5:40am! Then again at forty minutes after 6, 8, 10, 11, noon, 1, 2, 3, and 5! Get all of the detailsand times now at JAM’N 107.5 and set a reminder to win in your phone.

See you in Sin City, darlings!  xx

Attention DJs, Producers, Bands, and Music Nerds: Enter the Hologram Remix Contest and Win Cash!

Logan Lynn Hologram (2013 Adrian Sotomayor Photography - Logan Lynn Music

We released the video for Hologram (the 2nd single off my new record Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks) a few weeks back and now we are hosting a remix contest for the song with a $250 cash prize and official audio release to 1st place! All runners-up will be released as well in some capacity, be it through an official distributor or via this website.

Hologram was co-written by Los Angeles indie electropop duo Father Tiger. Greg & John (aka Father Tiger) wrote and performed the music, I wrote and performed the words, melodies, and vocals…and we are all looking forward to hearing what you all come up with.

Remix Contest Info

To download the original version, remix stems, and song parts, click HERE.
(Key: D, BPM: 122)

All submissions must be in hi-quality .WAV or .AIFF format. Once your submission is received you will get a confirmation email. All submissions must be sent via YouSendIt or Dropbox to Logan@LoganLynnMusic.com. Please include your name, the name of your remix, your email address, and song info with your submission. Deadline for submission is Wednesday, May 1st, 2013. Contest winner will be announced Tuesday, May 7th, 2013.

 

Now watch the Hologram video:

Watch: Father Tiger’s Instagram Masterpiece (VIDEO)

(Originally Published on The Huffington Post on 8/20/2012)

I was recently introduced to Los Angeles-based electropop outfit Father Tiger by my friend/collaborator Jeffrey McHale, who directed both my “Bottom Your Way to the Top” video in 2009 and my “Quickly as We Pass” video in 2011, and who has now directed Father Tiger’s debut video, “Shell,” which just premiered this past week.

The video was made entirely with the photo app Instagram, and it is a real piece of genius. Jeff worked with artist John Parot (from Bravo’s Work of Art: The Search for the Next Great Artist), who also did the illustrations for our 2009 collaboration.

Watch Father Tiger‘s video for “Shell” below and be amazed:

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Logan Lynn’s “Turn Me Out” Remix EP Released Today! Congratulations to Remix Contest Winners Father Tiger!

We got SO many great entries in the “Turn Me Out” remix contest. It was really hard to pick a winner, but in the end Los Angeles electropop outfit Father Tiger won the top slot. Congrats, boys! We all love, love, LOVE what you did with the track. To celebrate, we released the “Turn Me Out” Remix EP today with their mix and our 4 favorite runners up! Listen and purchase via the cover below.

Logan Lynn Turn Me Out Remix EP

1. Turn Me Out (Father Tiger Remix)
2. Turn Me Out (E39 NYC Club Edit)
3. Turn Me Out (Nicolas S. Remix)
4. Turn Me Out (Joe Burns Remix)
5. Turn Me Out (Modern Remix)

To listen and download the 9 other remix contest entries we think you should hear that didn’t end up on the release, CLICK HERE.

Calling All DJ’s, Bands, Producers and Music Nerds: Logan Lynn’s “Turn Me Out” Remix Contest Now Taking Submissions!

It’s that time again! With the “Turn Me Out” music video approaching (and the full record following closely behind) Davey, Gino and I decided that it would be fun to have a good, old-fashioned remix contest. If you are a DJ, Band, Producer or Music Nerd and would like to have your work showcased on upcoming singles and used all over ye ole internets and in dance clubs promoting this new record we’ve been working on the past two years, here’s your chance!

We are looking for remixes of my new single “Turn Me Out” in all genres. Winners will receive my entire discography (1999-2012) as well as more exposure than you will know what to do with. All submissions must be received by Friday, August 10th (so you have a little over one month to make the magic happen). Please submit your track in hi-quality WAV or AIFF format to Logan@LoganLynnMusic.com. To download all the files and remixable audio stems you’ll need for said magic making, CLICK HERE (for the instruments and vocals) and also HERE (for the dry vocals). All entries, even those which are not chosen as contest winners, will be featured on LoganLynnMusic.com. Additionally, if we choose to officially release your track, you will get 50% of the profit from sales.

I can’t wait to hear what you all come up with!

To listen to “Turn Me Out” free now, click on the single cover below.

OCTOBER REMIX CONTEST WINNERS ANNOUNCED AT DANCEFLOOR MAYHEM TODAY!

Check it out! Electronic music site Dancefloor Mayhem hosted a remix contest for a couple songs off my new record “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday” in October and they announced the winners today. You can download the MP3 originals + winning remixes of “Quickly As We Pass” and “Velocity” by clicking HERE.

Thanks to everybody who entered and to Dancefloor Mayhem for being so cool.

I love remixes! Happy downloading, folks.

LOGAN LYNN OCTOBER REMIX CONTEST + 2 FREE MP3’S ON DANCEFLOOR MAYHEM! DOWNLOAD THE REMIX STEMS HERE.

Calling all Producers, Bands, DJs & Gearheads: Indie Electro site Dancefloor Mayhem is hosting a remix contest this month for two of the songs off my new record, “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday“! The tracks are “Velocity” and “Quickly As We Pass“. They are also the 1st two singles (and videos we’re in the process of making) from this newbie that was just released digitally as a benefit for Q Center on August 31st, 2010.

Grab the audio stems for remixing HERE (as well as the MP3 originals) for zero dollars. All entries must be received by November 8th, 2010. The winners will be announced on Dancefloor Mayhem on November 15th, 2010. All styles and genres welcome to enter.

2 winners will be chosen for each song. 4 winners total. Prize is as follows:

— Bragging rights + your remix posted on Dancefloor Mayhem & Logan Lynn’s website, YouTube Channel + social networks.

— Signed CD copies of “Logan Lynn” (2006) & “From Pillar To Post” (2009)

— Signed LL T-shirt

— Signed LL Poster

— Digital copies of Logan Lynn’s entire catalog: “GLEE” (2000), “Logan Lynn” (2006), “Feed Me To The Wolves” EP (2007), “From Pillar To Post” (2009), “The Last High” Single (2010), “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday” (2010), “Blood In The Water” Remix Record (2010)

I’m really looking forward to hearing what you come up with this time around!!! The last time we had a remix contest I was blown away. FUN.

THE ONLY WAY TO GET LOGAN LYNN’S NEW RECORD IS TO DONATE TO PORTLAND’S Q CENTER NOW. SCOOP HERE!

SHORT VERSION:

Give to Q Center, Get a record. Click the banner image below, write the word “Logan” in the DONATION DEDICATION section, then donate whatever amount you can. Everyone who does this before August 30th will receive my new record, “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday” on Tuesday, August 31st via the email address you provide on the Q Center donation form.

LONG VERSION:

Hi again, everybody! It’s been a little over a week since I announced my plans to step away from the stage for the time being and the reaction from all of you has been really incredible. Thanks so much for all the emails and messages in the days since. It’s been reassuring to be able to so clearly see that I have not been wrong about all of you this whole time…that you totally ARE as wonderful as I like to think about you all being…that sometimes strangers care about you more than people you’ve known for years. Thank you for hearing where I’m at enough to wish me well on my journey. I’ve collected so much love from you through the past decade of my being in your ears. I’m not sure what I’ve done to deserve it but I feel so lucky to be connected with this sea of like-minded, sensitive, caring individuals all scattered across the globe…

So WHAT’S NEXT??? I think I may have figured that part out. You know how I was saying I needed to do something that matters for a little while and use my powers for good instead of just to be a famous singing douchebag who complains about how horrible his life is or whatever? Well, I actually meant it and have been exploring what that looks like in the immediate future. I’ve recently been involved with Portland’s Q Center (Oregon’s ONLY LGBTQ Community Center) and have been feeling personally drawn to that place for months. Ever since I stepped foot in the door and met Kendall Clawson (the center’s Executive Director) it’s been clear that she is on a mission to make something really big happen for not just the various queer communities in Oregon but the nation as well. Big things are happening out of that place and I want to be on the frontline of the change. I honestly don’t give a shit about pop music at the moment but I do care passionately about human rights and making things safe for the gay community at large, the community I Read the rest of this entry »

LOGAN LYNN TAKING AN EXTENDED BREAK FROM THE MUSIC INDUSTRY TO COMMIT CAREER SUICIDE – FULL STORY HERE.


Hey everybody. As I near the 10 year anniversary of my debut record, “GLEE” (which was originally released in October of 2000) I’ve been thinking a lot about all the years from there to here. 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. Ever since I overcame my paralyzing stage fright, playing shows has been great and I’ve had a wonderful time on tour this Summer with The Gentry but the abnormalities that come along with being a working musician in the digital era without the proper, traditional support of a label are too much for me to just keep absorbing. I can’t be gone all the time like this. I don’t want to spend my life on the road with strangers in bars and hotel rooms. It’s not healthy. I’m homesick for a home that does not exist because I have been too busy to create it for myself, no other reason. I need something real in my life. I can no longer pretend that things are going to suddenly feel better like magic when I know that they are not. These things I’m putting all my energy into obtaining are not making me happy. They are not ever going to because fame and money and attention is not what I want anymore. It’s time that I take control of my own happiness, something I have been dreading and avoiding for years now because of the terrible consequences and pressures attached to doing so. I am finally brave enough and there is just no stopping me. My humanity is in need of repair. These are someone else’s dreams I’m killing myself to fulfill. It is time for me to chase the light to happiness, not acceptance by the masses.

I am going to take some time completely off far away from the business of being myself professionally, then we’ll see where life has led me. These final shows next month with The Gentry in Salem, on August 6th & in Portland on the 20th are going to be the last shows I play for at least a year or two so I hope you can make it. They are going to be very special nights. Please, PLEASE come to the final show at Mississippi Studios on Friday, August 20th and wish me farewell on my new journey.

I don’t know what I am going to be doing from here but I fulfilled my contract with Beat The World (so I know what I’m not going to be doing, which is a very clear start…or finish, as it were). I am Free, an unsigned independent artist once again, not bound to any contracts, people or associations. I find myself in a moment where I can do one of two things; and I gotta choose the peaceful road, you guys. Think I’m gonna go help people for awhile, do something that actually matters—that isn’t so self-serving and based in phony, superficial publicity opportunities. I am leaving the door open for me to change my mind later on so I’m not saying I’m done forever by any means but it honestly does feel that way at the moment. I just finished that new record with Bryan Cecil and have been leaking the demos all week, freeing myself of the rules and regulations that come with being a brand instead of just some stoner dude who makes funny sounding synthpop songs about death and darkness on his keyboard. If another label comes along and picks me up to release it I’d Read the rest of this entry »


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