Described by Audiotree as “a renaissance woman whose... roots burst forth from this influx of creative energy to form the Southern swamp-rock outfit she vivaciously fronts to this day,” Kim Logan's career crosses continents as well as genres. After working in Nashville, moving in the same circles as Jack White and Willie Nelson, Kim now calls Paris her home.
We caught up with Kim in London, where we discussed her interest in guitar, musical influences, and writing while quarantining. Fellow Rotosound Top Tape player, Tom Ford, joins Kim in a stripped back performance of her single ‘Oedipus Wrecks’.
00:46 Getting into guitar
01:32 Using Rotosound Top Tape strings
01:54 Kim Logan performs ‘Oedipus Wrecks’
02:55 Discussing the ‘Shadow Work’ LP
03:41 Varied influences
04:47 Overcoming challenges
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Developed in conjunction with some of the world's top artists, Rotosound strings are synonymous with unbeatable tone and longevity and are manufactured in Great Britain.