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WATCH: Amazing Fan Video For Logan Lynn’s “Things Are Looking Up” (VIDEO)

Logan Lynn The Living End Mash Up Video By Dandy Jon (2013)

Every so often people send me stuff that they’ve created with my songs on their own, and I always find it moving when something of mine has spoken to someone else somehow.

This week I received a video from an artist named Dandy Jon who is also a fan. Dude made a music video of clips from Greg Araki‘s film “The Living End” set to my song “Things Are Looking Up” (the opening track from my 2010 record “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday“) and holy shit. It’s awesome.

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Logan Lynn Complete Discography

116 Songs – All 14 Official Logan Lynn Releases (2000-2013)
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Logan Lynn Discography

Included in this package:

– Albums –

Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks (2012)
Blood In The Water (2011)
I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday (2010)
From Pillar To Post (2009)
Logan Lynn (2006)
GLEE (2000)

– E.P.s –
Dance Alone Remix E.P. (2013)
Turn Me Out Remix E.P. (2012)
Everything You Touch Turns To Gold Acoustic E.P. (2011)
Feed Me To The Wolves E.P. (2008)
Clean & Stupid E.P. (2007)

– Singles –
Do You Want Me Or Not? (2012)
Turn Me Out (2012)
Movies (2011)
The Last High – Dandy Warhols Cover (2010)

Note: All songs are in their original .WAV format. This is higher quality than CDs or any available MP3 on the market. This is exactly how these songs were intended to sound!

The Discography package is only available here. To order, send $50 via PayPal to LoganDLynn@gmail.com and the download link will be provided to you via email once your transaction goes through.

PORTLAND MONTHLY MAGAZINE NAMES LOGAN LYNN’S “I KILLED TOMORROW YESTERDAY” AS ONE OF THE 15 MOST GIFTABLE ALBUMS THIS HOLIDAY SEASON!

Whoa! Portland Monthly Magazine picked my record “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday” as one of their top 15 records to give as gifts this holiday season and had some really nice things to say about me! So cool.

Check it out HERE.

LOGAN LYNN’S “VELOCITY” USED IN MUTINY BIKES/ETNIES PROMOTIONAL VIDEO FOR ESPN!

I love it when my songs are used in cool stuff! This promo for ESPN, Mutiny Bikes, and Etnies is called “Battle Los Angeles” and has the instrumental of my track “Velocity” (taken from my 2010 record “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday” and produced by Bryan Cecil) in it at the 5:10 mark. I once told my basketball coach brother Landon that ESPN would never want to use my music for anything but apparently I was wrong.

The video stars adrenaline junkies Brandon Hoerres, George Boyd, Andy Martinez, Matt Roe and Justin Simpson and was filmed, edited and directed by Joe Simon. Holy shit. They are all completely NUTS.

Here:

+ Logan Lynn // “Velocity” for ESPN & Mutiny Bikes (2011) – at 5:10

WATCH LOGAN LYNN’S “QUICKLY AS WE PASS” ON MTV!

Oh god. Watch my new video on MTV below or on their website HERE.

MTV is so fucking cool still.

LOGAN LYNN FEATURED IN DAVID BYRNE’S “POP MAKING SENSE” COLUMN IN THIS WEEK’S ISSUE OF THE WINDY CITY TIMES!

David Byrne included me and my “Quickly As We Pass” video in his notorious “Pop Making Sense” column this week in Chicago’s Windy City Times newspaper! You can currently pick it up anywhere periodicals are distributed in Chicago or just keep reading below.

From Windy City Times, Chicago: (7/27/2011)

“Another video to keep an eye out for is Logan Lynn’s ‘Quickly As We Pass.’ Imagine forward-thinking Imogen Heap mentoring a DIY artist with the hipster sound stemming from Brooklyn. The end product would be ‘Quickly As We Pass‘. The track’s video is very cleverly done with stills looking like cutouts then being turned into 3-D objects, as they are filmed from different angles. Also, there is footage of neighborhoods in the Windy City with many of the spots being instantly recognizable. Not only is the video well crafted, but the song itself is very catchy. Lynn is based in Chicago and is openly gay. ‘Quickly As We Pass‘ can be found on the album ‘I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday‘.

Nice huh? I’m actually based in Portland but I love that Chicago wants to claim me! So cute!!! To read the full article, CLICK HERE.

LOGAN LYNN FEATURED ON AFTERELTON.COM TODAY!

My new video “Quickly As We Pass” is featured on AfterElton.com today! Check it out HERE or keep reading below!

From AfterElton.com: (6/23/2011)

“Logan Lynn channels the 80’s with “Quickly As We Pass”: Out artist Logan Lynn has been producing music for over a decade, but I confess to somehow having missed him until now. But as a huge fan of 80s music, I’m quite pleased to have made his acquaintance through his new video “Quickly As We Pass” which reminds me of what was best about early 80s music. This song wouldn’t have been out of place in the dance clubs being played along side the best bands of the 80s, including New Order, OMD and Eurythmics. But take a listen yourself and see what you think!”

LOGAN LYNN INTERVIEW ON THE ACCIDENTAL BEAR THIS WEEK!

I was interviewed for The Accidental Bear about music, activism and a bunch of other stuff this week. You can check it out on their site HERE (complete with photos of me and my boyfriend) or just keep reading below for the full transcript.

From The Accidental Bear: (6/2/2011)

While hiking through a creek the other day I lifted up a rock and found a gem. Ok, no that’s a story, I just really enjoy analogies. Nonetheless, the gem that was brought to my attention is singer-song-writer-ginger-beard-acitivist Logan Lynn. When I found him, it just happens, he is on a little hiatus, charging up for whatever the future holds.

AB: I read that you are coming back from a break you took to work full-time for LGBTQ equal rights at Portland’s Q Center? Are you back in the swing of things musically?

LL: I’m still on hiatus from playing shows. It’s been a year since I announced I was taking the break and I still feel like I’m in break mode with the touring or whatever. I really just quit doing the parts I was hating. I was surrounded by a bunch of people who I needed to get away from and the only way I could think to do it was to sink the boat. Looking back (and reading the press around this time last year) I probably could have taken a less public, less dramatic approach…but at the time I was fed up with the whole thing. At the end of the day, it worked. I got rid of all the parts that were making me insane and released that last record “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday” myself. I’ve been making videos and releasing singles on my own schedule without anyone telling me what I need to do musically or how to do it…and without anyone telling me what I should or shouldn’t look like. It’s lovely, actually. I work full-time still with Q Center and am going to keep doing that for now. I’m happy for the 1st time in a really long time so I figure I had better not fuck it all up by changing the course. It’s been hard to turn things down lately, though. I won’t lie and say that there are not parts that I miss. I’ve been working on new songs this whole time, too…so there hasn’t been much of a break with that part at all.

AB: What is going on with the Portland Q Center these days? I see you have an upcoming event on June 17th. “Hip to be Q”

LL:
Yeah! That’s the Portland Pride kick-off party I’m throwing for Q Center and is the 2nd edition of my queer concert series there. I’ve been bringing national queer acts into the center for these really intimate shows this year. I like the idea that people can party for a good cause around good queer music. It’s a new kind of activism…the super loud, fun, sparkly kind.

AB: In the last few days there has been numerous report about the two men attacked on the Hawthorn Bridge. What is the buzz around town?

LL: I’m kind-of on the frontline at Q Center in the aftermath of these types of community events and tragedies. People turn to Q Center for support and they look to us for what the collective “we” are supposed to do next. It’s time for people to wake up and help others when they are in need. This is not the kind of thing that should be happening anywhere. These were people we know. I think the very real feeling of “This could happen to me and my boyfriend” spread like wildfire throughout the city and our allies came out in droves for the “Hands Across Hawthorne” event we just threw this past weekend. There were thousands of people there. It was really touching.

AB: Tell me about “Hands Across Hawthorne” Rally Against Violence (2011)? The photographs were powerful.

LL: It was amazing to see the nearly 5,000 people come out to hold hands at the scene of where the attacks had taken place. There were people for miles. It was hard not to cry just at the Read the rest of this entry »

LIVE RADIO INTERVIEW WITH LOGAN LYNN ON WINNIE COOPER’S “THE INTERVIEW SHOW WITH SCOTT WOOD” THIS WEEK!

I was interviewed by Scott Wood for “The Interview Show” this week in Canada. Have a listen over at Winnie Cooper by clicking HERE.

Happy listening, folks!

xo
LL

“QUICKLY AS WE PASS” VIDEO FEATURED ON THE PORTLAND MERCURY’S MUSIC BLOG: END HITS!!!

Looks like I got some more local love today for the new video! This time from The Portland Mercury. You can watch the video and see what they had to say by clicking the current issue cover below or keep reading below that…

From The Portland Mercury: (3/22/2011)

“Portland electronica artist Logan Lynn’s been pretty quiet since taking a break from music to focus on LGBTQ rights at Portland’s Q Center, but today he premiered a new video for his single “Quickly As We Pass,” directed by Jeffrey McHale. There’s some NSFW stuff happening here, as the 2-D cutouts populating Lynn’s world become braver and more amorous, but it’s still pretty tame for End Hits standards. Enjoy!”

Watch Logan Lynn’s “Quickly As We Pass” video on YouTube HERE.

LOGAN LYNN FEATURED ON THE DONNYBROOK WRITING ACADEMY, NEONGLIDE, LA 3E HEURE, MY DIRTY FKN MUSIC, AUDIOPORN CENTRAL & MORE THIS WEEK!!!

Well, for only having been out in the UK a week my new video “Quickly As We Pass” sure has been making its way all over the place! Below are some of the places it has popped up. I’m really excited that everybody’s digging it! Thanks to all of you who have been sharing it on Twitter and Facebook as well as in the blogosphere. You rule!

From The Donnybrook Writing Academy: (3/23/2011)
To redirect to this post and watch the video CLICK HERE.

“Something about Logan Lynn‘s new video makes me unexpectedly nostalgic, like a Norman Rockwell painting, the Cheers theme song, the Wonder Years, or a ’90s Tom Hanks movie. Maybe it’s those cardboard cutout people from different generations peppering scenes of ordinary life: women in ’80s leotards, men in ’70s workout gear, priests on the street, dandies in wingtips, and even some people in their birthday suits (this is semi-NSFW – there’s nudity, but nothing raunchy). The video premiered a few days ago in GT Magazine, the UK’s biggest GLBT glossy mag. Thanks to Chris for the tip!”

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To watch the video on Neonglide (France) CLICK HERE.

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To watch the video on La 3e Heure (France) CLICK HERE.

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To watch the video on My Dirty Fkn Music (Russia) CLICK HERE.

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To watch the video on Audioporn Central (USA) CLICK HERE.

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…and in case you missed it, you can check out write-ups the video got in GT Magazine (UK) HERE, The Portland Mercury HERE, and Portland Monthly Magazine HERE.

Press explosion, anyone?

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