The Saxophones: Just You

As divisive as “Twin Peaks: The Return” was, each episode’s musical performance introduced viewers to an auditory environment only Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch could create. “Just You,” penned by the aforementioned masters, left a resounding impact as it was sung by James Hurley (aka actor James Marshall). Here, husband and wife duo the Saxophones offer an equally chilling cover. The Oakland-based band embraces the …

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Twin Peaks-themed video by Chromatics, Elton John classics get new visuals and more in our musical round-up

Magnus The Magnus feat. Seinabo Sey: Keep on Lovin’ Composer/producer Magnus The Magnus (aka Magnus Lidehäll) teamed up with fellow Swede Seinabo Sey for “Keep On Lovin’” and it’s an unexpected, dynamically-layered track. Sey’s lush vocals morph into a chopped-up and pitch-altered version—which hints at her natural, soulful voice in brief glimpses. A bit of a deep cut, the song proves Sey and Lidehäll’s partnership …

A Quest for the “Twin Peaks” Cherry Pie

From damn fine coffee to the Log Lady, the Black Lodge, owls and One Eyed Jack’s casino, David Lynch’s “Twin Peaks” offered plenty of significant tidbits, characters, places, and—of course—metaphors that stuck with viewers over 26 years. Special Agent Dale Cooper’s obsession with the cherry pie at the Double R Diner is one of the most earnest. The NY Times’ Sara Bonisteel went on a …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

A new, intimate documentary about David Lynch; a functional 18-karat gold toilet; a clock made of trucks and more

1. “David Lynch: The Art Life” Documentary An intimate and fascinating look at the life of the brilliant filmmaker and artist David Lynch will premiere at next month’s London Film Festival. The documentary, called “David Lynch: The Art Life,” was directed by Jon Nguyen, Olivia Neergaard-Holm and Rick Barnes and they have crafted an intriguing picture—narrated by Lynch himself. From the first time he saw …

“David Lynch: The Art Life” Documentary

An intimate and fascinating look at the life of the brilliant filmmaker and artist David Lynch will premiere at next month’s London Film Festival. The documentary, called “David Lynch: The Art Life,” was directed by Jon Nguyen, Olivia Neergaard-Holm and Rick Barnes and they have crafted an intriguing picture—narrated by Lynch himself. From the first time he saw a naked woman to how his family …