A short while ago, David Lynch sent his debut solo album, Crazy Clown Time, to his friend Moby and asked him to choose a track to remix. Twenty-two years after Moby's breakthrough single, Go, which sampled Laura Palmer's theme, it's hard to believe his remix of Noah's Ark is his first official remix for David Lynch.
Last week a track called Flesh World caught my eye on Soundcloud for obvious reasons. After hitting the play button, my high expectations were more than fulfilled. Here's an interview with its producer, Slimes.
A Witch House and Okkvlt Guide To Twin Peaks is a witch house tribute to the world of Twin Peaks. Witch house, for the uninitiated which I bet are many, is a music genre which combines hip hop and dubstep rhythms, industrial noise and gothic rock. And then some.
David Lynch's latest musical venture is officially out today on deluxe double vinyl, deluxe CD and as MP3 download. Both the original version of the catchy dance record "Good Day Today" and the darker "I Know" are included, as well as remixes by the hands of Underworld, Boys Noize, Diskjokke, Sasha, Simon Ratcliffe (one half of Basement Jaxx) and Jon Hopkins.
Twin Peaks-obsessed electro-pop producer Bright Light Bright Light (Rod Thomas) has made a cover of Julee Cruise's "Falling". A fan living near the filming locations in the Snoqualmie area heard the cover, went out to shoot some moody footage of the Great Northern hotel and its falls, Ronnette's bridge, Mt. Si, the motel from Fire Walk With Me, the Twin Peaks High School, the Double R, among other places... and sent everything to the up-and-coming UK producer.
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