David Lynch’s Twin Peaks VR Game

Working with developer Collider Games and publisher Showtime, David Lynch has made his beloved, spooky Twin Peaks show into a VR game. Players can explore familiar locations (like the Red Room, Black Lodge, and Sheriff’s office) while solving puzzles to help Special Agent Cooper and Gordon Cole. From searching for evidence like Laura’s half-heart necklace to encountering some of the show’s scariest villains (Bob!), the …

Flying Lotus feat. David Lynch: Fire is Coming

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the collaboration between experimental magicians Flying Lotus and David Lynch is gloriously dark, demented and enthralling. The spoken-word track revolves around an ominous story, told by Lynch, over a soundscape that includes far-away thunder, rumbling, garbled hums, haunting strings and tinkling piano. The video—directed by Steven Ellison and David Firth—depicts a distorted Lynch telling the tale to a mesmerized group of wolf-children. The track …

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 …