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Interview with Logan Lynn in Current Issue of Billboard Magazine

Had the pleasure of chatting with Lyndsey Havens for Billboard Magazine about our work at Pass The Mic with Portugal. The Man, Boygenius, Lucy Dacus, NOFX, Re:Set Concert Series, and others.

The story is in the current print issue of Billboard, on stands now! You can also check out the online version here.

Thank you to everyone who has partnered with us on this work over these years. If you are a band, manager, label, promoter, venue, or organization and would like to get involved with Pass The Mic, hit us up! We are here to help activate your tour in the direction of the community. All you have to do is reach out.

New Logan Lynn Interview and Album Review in Billboard Today

My new record is out today and Billboard caught up with me to chat about it…which is wild!

To read it at Billboard.com, click HERE or keep reading below for the full transcript.

From Billboard: (10/12/18)

Logan Lynn Talks Working with Tiffany, Mixing Advocacy Into His Music, New Album ‘My Movie Star’

For nearly 20 years, dance-pop artist Logan Lynn has made a career out of crafting catchy, disorderly songs that almost all include big beats, fun melodies and cheeky lyrics. But on his latest album, My Movie Star, Lynn has traded in his signature sound for a more somber, melancholy tone.

The record consists almost entirely of songs featuring only Lynn’s voice and a piano, a major departure from his dance-pop roots. Lynn credits his collaborator on this record, comedian Jay Mohr, for this new sound. “I have a history of making rambunctious dance music, along with the occasional acoustic versions,” he tells Billboard. “He felt like I should explore being quiet. I would send him little clips of the piano songs I was writing in my loft in Portland, and he would give me feedback.”

Mohr wasn’t the only person helping to create a dynamic new album — My Movie Star is a double album, the first half consisting of Lynn’s new piano-driven songs, and the second half filled with remixes and covers of the new music by other industry greats, including 80s pop icon Tiffany, indie rock darlings The Dandy Warhols and many more.

Logan Lynn talked to Billboard about getting to work with his “idol” Tiffany, his work in advocacy for LGBTQ issues and mental health, and the creation of My Movie Star.

Let’s start by talking about your video for “Nothing’s Ever Wrong.” What was the inspiration behind the concept for the video and song? Read the rest of this entry »


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// REMIX (2024)

 

 


 


 

// SOFTCORE (2024)

 

 

 


 

// R+R CITY (2023)

 

 

 


 

// DISTRACTED (2023)

 

 

 


 

// NEW MONEY (2022)

 

 

 


 

// KRS30YRS (2021)

 

 

 

 

 

// CONNECT

 

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