Born in Tulsa, and quickly moving to spend his early years growing up near Minneapolis, Logan Bruhn’s musical origins come from ten years of classical piano training. Around the age of 15, after moving back to Oklahoma, Bruhn decided to leave his classical roots behind to study jazz piano on his own, inspired by jazz pioneers like Thelonious Monk and Herbie Hancock. Around the same age, he became interested in production and began developing his craft for audio production work.
As a senior in high school, he wrote and self-produced his first release, a Neo-soul influenced EP, “This Aversion to Rest”, laying the groundwork for Bruhn’s aesthetic with its simple, organic and intimate production and instrumentation.
Logan Is currently working on his first full-length album, working to broaden his catalog with more experimental techniques. In the process of writing his first LP, Bruhn is leaning on both classic influences such as Stevie Wonder, Outkast, and D’Angelo, and modern influences such as Robert Glasper, Nick Hakim, and Daniel Ceasar to develop a fresh musical statement of his own.