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Mondo.NYC 2021 Showcase Artist

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Kim Logan + the Silhouettes

Paris, France & NYC

Kim Logan is an artist originally from Florida. Following the release of her debut self-titled album in 2013, Kim spent the years since touring America and Europe with a wheel-of-fortune display of diverse backing musicians, making recorded music with everyone from Grammy-winning producers to bands made up of childhood friends, and continuing a career in staged opera that has spanned two decades. Cutting a global and itinerant path, Kim draws from the veins of varied musical subgenres as reference points for her expression and works to blur the lines between them all.

The next oeuvre of Kim's work, "Pseudoscience," began its release in late 2016, produced and developed by the formidable sonic wizards Vance Powell (Jack White, Chris Stapleton, Arctic Monkeys), and Brett Orrison (The Black Angels, Widespread Panic). In 2017 came the analog-recorded R&B/soul EP "Fresh Juice," with a cover of Serge Gainsbourg's 1964 Tropicalia hit "Couleur Café” as a B-side to these sessions.

Her second LP, "Shadow Work," was released on 21 February, made in the UK with her Parisian band The Silhouettes, and mixed/mastered back in Nashville with her collaborators from Sputnik and Infrasonic Sound, the engineers behind projects with Third Man Records, Clutch & Seasick Steve. The album was led by the explosive singles "Dirty Business" and "Oedipus Wrecks," and will be followed by 2021 tour dates.