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Behind The Record – Standing in the Way of Control

Join me and the Recording Academy in recognizing all of the music creators who work #BehindTheRecord — an initiative to give credit where credit is due.

It’s time to bring music credits back and celebrate writers and other creators who work behind the scenes.

Here’s a peek at everybody who made our Gossip cover happen for Kill Rock Stars’ 30th Anniversary record this year!

Just me and Capital B and Elliott Smith and Nirvana and Bikini Kill and Deerhoof and Xiu Xiu and Erase Errata and Witchy Poo and Miranda July and Unwound and Courtney Love and Team Dresch and Melvins and Gravy Train and Stereo Total and Bratmobile and Sleater-Kinney and The Decemberists and Gossip and a few other bands you may have heard of.

Everything is completely normal. 🖤

Check out Backseat Mafia’s review of our Standing In The Way Of Control cover here.

📸 Polaroid 600 Film, 2021 // #KRS30YRS

We are track #4 today on Apple Music’s “New in Indie” playlist!

Give it a spin: https://apple.co/3iP25iw

This Thursday…

Logan Lynn – Devil May Care: An Interview With Gossip Protégés Magic Mouth

Logan Lynn Interviews Portland Band Magic Mouth on Huffington Post (2013)

(Originally Published on The Huffington Post on 7/26/13)

On the heels of a tour with fellow hometown heroes Gossip, Portland’s Magic Mouth is about to release their new EP Devil May Care on August 15. This record is the follow-up to their 2012 debut Believer EP, and will be available in limited edition 12′ 33RPM format and digital download from Fast Weapons Records (the label owned and operated by Gossip‘s Nathan “Brace Paine” Howdeshell).

I met up with Peter, Ana, Brendan and Chanticleer — (aka Magic Mouth) over at their practice space to interview them about the new record, their time on the road with Gossip, their take on the Portland music scene and more. Read our chat just below.

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Photo: Megan Holmes

Logan Lynn: Where did the name Magic Mouth come from?

Chanticleer: It’s about a boy who always gets what he wants. (Smiles)

Logan: (Laughs) Well, that makes sense. For a person who hasn’t heard your music, how would you describe your sound?

Chanticleer: I feel like the core is just roots music. We all have a love and appreciation for Read the rest of this entry »

Just Out Magazine Features Logan Lynn and Beth Ditto on Page 8 This Month!

Page 8 of this month’s Just Out Magazine (on stands now) belongs to Beth Ditto’s new memoir and my new record. Thanks, Just Out!

Logan Lynn: SSION Earthquake – An Interview with Cody Critcheloe

(Originally Published on The Huffington Post on 6/27/2012)

This week while I was in New York City I had the chance to catch up with the mastermind behind the freaky pop genius of SSION, Cody Critcheloe. We talked about new videos, the trials of growing up queer in small towns, what it’s like working with bands like Gossip, Fischerspooner, and Peaches, what it means to “make it” in the music industry in this day and age, and more.

Watch SSION’s “Earthquake” video now, then check out our conversation (and behind the scenes photos from the “Earthquake” shoot by Megan Mantia) below!

LL: Hi Cody! Thanks for chatting with me today. Your new video premiered this past week and the response seems to be really great so far. Congratulations! You and I have both spent a great deal of time in Kansas City. How was the experience of growing up in that part of the country for you? Read the rest of this entry »

WATCH VIDEO OF LOGAN LYNN & THE GENTRY PERFORMING AT BLOW PONY “BASH BACK!” LAST SATURDAY NIGHT HERE!

Well, people…we did it again! Last Saturday night was the biggest Blow Pony ever. Thanks so much for coming out, y’all! My favorite part of the night was when Beth Ditto & Nathan “Brace Paine” Howdeshell (from Gossip) were dancing front and center during “Come Home”. Oh my God. Portland is my favorite.



For those of you who weren’t there (and for those of you who were, but couldn’t get past security to get upstairs for my set) below is a bit of what went down on stage with me and The Gentry.

Here are our opening 2 songs, “Smoke Rings” and “Bottom Your Way To The Top”. This was so fun.

…we went from there into “Come Home”…

…and “Write It On My Left Arm” (with a little bit of me preaching to the queers beforehand about telling all the gay hating fuckwads who think we should burn in hell for being ourselves to go screw)…

Big thanks to Airick and the Pony crew for having us play their Pride party and to Kaj-Anne Pepper, Jer Ber Jones, Christeene and all the resident Blow Pony DJs for being so cool and making things awesome with us! We had a great night.


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