Near Turner Falls, Massachusetts tomorrow night? Then head to The Rendezvous (aka The Voo) for their The Owls Are Not What They Seem Twin Peaks party
The Black Lodge ampersand t-shirt excludes doppelgängers, hallucinations or other friends, and exclusively lists the four most iconic inhabitants of The Black Lodge: Mike, Bob, the giant and the dwarf.
Happy birthday, Jimmy Scott! As a tribute to Sycamore Trees, I've made a compilation of cover versions and remixes.
The Twin Peaks Archive is an open album with rare and unreleased tracks from both the Twin Peaks television series as well as the Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me film.
Aloha! An exotic addition to the Twin Peaks Archive, the Dr. Jacoby Bundle is now available at davidlynch.com for $1.99. The new background stills are embedded below.
Last week, the Crazy 4 Cult 5 exhibit opened at GALLERY 1988 on the corner of Melrose and La Brea in Los Angeles. Out of the 100 artists taking aim at classic cult movies, the eight I've showcased in this post drew inspiration from the work of David Lynch.
Mad Men and Twin Peaks definitely have a few things in common; the sixties decor and fashion style, the beautiful women, Ray Wise, Miss Blankenship, two shared directors, and now a filming location!
Last week I happened upon yet another terrific collection of Twin Peaks inspired portraits, executed by a photographer from Edinburgh, Scotland called Solen Collet. Dubbed The Owls Are Not What They Seem, the series began as the final assessment for Solen's first year of HND Professional Photography at Stevenson College in Edinburgh.
Benedict Fancy and his team are on a roll making a feature-length documentary about the filming of David Lynch's 1986 surreal film noir, Blue Velvet. But they need some financial support (for rental equipment, catering and travel costs) in order to complete this wonderful project. If you love this film as much as I do,...
Recently, there have been multiple New York City sightings of a Twin Peaks themed truck with the words It's happening again on the side, and R.I.P. Laura Palmer on the back. The graffiti is the work of Smart Crew member Dceve, whose customized tag makes clever use of the gold heart necklace and a slice...
Sycamore Trees, one of my all-time favorite Twin Peaks songs, is now available as an instrumental at davidlynch.com. I agree, Little Jimmy Scott singing a part of David Lynch's Ronnie Rocket musical is all part of the Black Lodge magic, but you can still hear him a little bit... and this instrumental doesn't prohibit you...
I just got word that Ray Wise, who as you know played Laura Palmer's dad, Leland, is attending the San Diego Comic-Con again this year.
Did you know Chris Mulkey, aka Hank Jennings, had a southern blues band? I didn't. Until I found out Chris Mulkey and the Seekers are performing TONIGHT at the House of Blues Los Angeles.
A few weeks ago in a series called "The BBC Philharmonic Play Music from Your Favourite Films", BBC Radio 3 aired a live concert in which the BBC Philharmonic performed three movie songs by Angelo Badalamenti.
There is a connection between Michael Jackson and Twin Peaks: The King Of Pop is still alive, and he hooks up sometimes with The Little Man From Another Place for a dance off in the Red Room!
When actor Reece Shearmith tweeted that his Silent Singer character in BBC's dark comedy, Psychoville, was based on Killer Bob, I had to check it out.
You can now watch the entire 33-minute IMS keynote interview with David Lynch about his upcoming electronic album. I've already spilled some beans via our Waldo, but there's plenty of interesting information left. Enjoy!
Jeff Goodwin, the makeup artist on David Lynch's Blue Velvet, talks about Mister Ear, its forgotten twin and its Lynchian hair.