Introducing a filthy and swampy rock’n’roll offering from Nashville – Kim Logan + The Silhouettes!
Kim Logan grew up playing classical music, using her training to obsessively experience each musical era by playing and performing music from each one. All of this experience had led to her make magnificent music with The Silhouettes, which has all the hallmarks of that classic Southern swamp-rock sound: fuzzy guitars, bluesy solos, gritty vocals and driving drums…
“Calling to mind dirty dive bars, bottled beer, and cigarettes… an upbeat and energetic romp through all the classic rock touching points” – Overblown
Kim Logan is a songwriter, opera singer, poet, performance artist, rock and roll torchbearer from Florida.
Following the release of her debut self-titled album in 2013, Kim has spent the years since touring America and Europe with a wheel-of-fortune display of diverse backing musicians, continuing a 17-year career in staged opera, and pursuing general interdisciplinary attempts at following the muse. Calling New York, Paris, and nowhere home all at once, Kim draws from the veins of many varied musical sub-genres as reference points for her expression, and works to blur the lines between them all.
The second oeuvre of Kim’s work, “Pseudoscience,” began its release in late 2016, produced and developed by the formidable sonic wizards Vance Powell (Jack White, Arctic Monkeys), and Brett Orrison (The Black Angels, Widespread Panic).
LP2 is in the oven…
“Nashville-based artist, Kim Logan, carefully crafts her songs as homages to Florida landscapes, delta blues, psychedelia, and garage rock. Her operatic vocals are haunting, and her music is danceable” – The Brooklyn Rail
“One of Nashville’s most essential artists.” – No Country for New Nashville
“Kim Logan continues to redefine the rock genre” – Flavour Mag