LOGAN LYNN // NEW MONEY \\ OUT NOW!

  

New Money review in The Portland Mercury

“New Money feels like a bedroom disco record steeped in lockdown-era dread — boasting downers turned uppers. Many tracks on the album, but especially the first two singles, harken back to the thirstiest months of sheltering in place. Whether contrarian or just comfortable with seeming contradiction, Lynn is an artist interested in turning ideas on their heads.”

  • The Portland Mercury (6/13/22)

LOGAN LYNN'S NEW RECORD REVIEWED BY CHICAGO MUSIC BLOG "LOVESHACK, BABY"! CHECK IT OUT HERE. THEY DIG IT!!!

Logan Lynn (2009)

Chicago music blog “Loveshack, Baby!” reviewed my new record, “From Pillar To Post”, today and it is posted on their site with some audio and video samples of my work HERE.

Here is just a bit from the review…

From “Loveshack, Baby!” (11/17/09)

“I do have a soft spot in my heart for indie-electro music. I think it must have all started in the 80s with Electropop and synth bands like Scritti Politti and Howard Jones, The Thompson Twins, and the great David Bowie himself. So I get a little excited when I hear this new stuff like Jogger (with all it’s outlandishness), Max Tundra, Deastro, and this smooth, sleek little record from Logan Lynn, From Pillar to Post.

There’s elements on this record that Read the rest of this entry »

LOGAN LYNN'S NEW RECORD REVIEWED BY "INDEPENDENT CLAUSES" TODAY!

Logan Lynn (2009)

You can read the full review HERE but here are a few snippets:

From “Independent Clauses”:

“Logan Lynn is an interesting artist. He falls solidly within electro-pop, but the overall tone is darker than average, with sexual innuendo practically screaming at you within every song…The sound is full and thick, with lots of synth (the good kind) layered under his vocals…

‘Write It On My Left Arm’ breaks up the rhythm Lynn builds up for himself with faster tempo and some great percussion. It’s one of the standout songs of the album, with great energy and snarky lyrics like, ‘When the going gets tough / The tough quit going to work.’ As the album progresses, you’ll hear little word plays and witty turns of expression that add a lot of personality to the songs…

Logan Lynn closes out with ‘The Dotted Line,’ an off-the-wall change to his sound that aptly wraps up everything else. It’s more hip-hop or club than anything before it, with a section of harmonic conflict that only reaches resolution when he enters on vocals. Lyrics are a bit dark, ending with things like, ‘No one to hold you / no one to sign / no one to sign on the dotted line / …. you’ll have to save yourself this time.’…

From Pillar to Post makes for an entertaining listen. Logan Lynn blends his electronic styling perfectly with his vocals, and has created an album that is very clean, adding in nice touches here and there like his verbal wordplay.”


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