“Shadow Work” is the second LP from Kim Logan, the first made with her Parisian band The Silhouettes, recorded as a live band in Scotland and on the English coast.
After establishing herself as one of the members of the small but intense rock and roll scene that thrived amidst the “Americana” boom, Kim wrote and recorded her debut self-titled album, followed by 2 singles and 2 EPs over the course of her seven years in the rich East Nashville music community. After touring to 44 states, she headed overseas to start a heavier, darker era with the Silhouettes in 2018.
A trained opera singer, Kim began her professional career as a classical vocalist and stage performer at age 9, working with the Sarasota Opera Company until she graduated and moved to Boston to attend the Berklee College of Music. After 2 years on Berklee campus, Kim packed up and moved to Nashville, where she began to record music, and tour the country with her band. During this time, she released her debut, self-titled album on her own label Swamp Thing Records.
She worked as a contracted soprano with the Nashville Opera until leaving the country. After having collaborated with producer/engineer hard-hitters like Vance Powell (White Stripes, Dead Weather, Arctic Monkeys), Brett Orrison (The Black Angels), and various members of Jack White’s Third Man Records community like Dominic Davis and Margo Price on projects in Nashville and Austin, Kim returned to Sputnik and Infrasonic Sound in Nashville to have “Shadow Work” mixed and mastered by Mike Fahey (Raconteurs, Seasick Steve, Clutch) and Dan Bacigalupi (Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton).