“Being in darkness and confusion is interesting to me…”

•October 31, 2019 • Leave a Comment

Announcing the digital release of They Who Do Not Speak by Unsong, an album constructed solely from field recordings made at Chillingham Castle “Britain’s most haunted historic castle” in 2003.

A physical version of the album is included in the 1st edition of The Lights Will Go Out by Mason Ball (the book accompanying the show of the same name).

NOTE: there are plans for future live performances of The Lights Will Go Out; watch this space…

“Even bad coffee is better than no coffee at all…”

•October 27, 2019 • Leave a Comment


The Sound Of Two Worlds Meeting In Between…

•October 22, 2019 • Leave a Comment



Being a couple of new ‘Peaksian’ mashups created for play at The Double R Club and now filed beside my other audio fiddlings and interference at Soundcloud.

Enjoy, neighbours…

Josie? Is… is that you…?

•October 20, 2019 • Leave a Comment

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“Depending on how things have been going [in the episode] certain songs feel correct”

•October 18, 2019 • Leave a Comment


Playlists for The Double R Club, 17th October, 2019

P R E – S H O W :

[ Suite of musics / dialogue / sound, comprising Sounds of Twin Peaks – Saw Mill (excerpt) listen HERE / The Bookhouse Boys – Angelo Badalamenti, from Music From Twin Peaks / Dark Mood Woods/The Red Room – Angelo Badalamenti, from Twin Peaks Season Two Music And More / sound design from Twin Peaks season 2 / A Pot of Boiling Oil (Twin Peaks: The Return – Extras) (excerpt) ]

Mother’s Gone – Trouble, from Snake Eyes 
Corridors – Hildur Guðnadóttir, from Chernobyl (Music from the Original TV Series)The Nowhere Stroll – Unsong, from A Blue Rose For Black Bob, BUY HERE
Homicide/Suicide – Terry Edwards, from Terry Edwards
Angel (live) – Oxbow (feat. Peter Brötzmann), recorded at Moers Festival, 2018 -watch full concert HERE
Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS (watch HERE)David Lynch
High School Swing – Angelo Badalamenti, from Twin Peaks Season Two Music And More
Blurred Dancer Music – David Lynch, downloaded from davidlynch.com
Audrey – Angelo Badalamenti, from Twin Peaks Season Two Music And More
Nightmare – Johnny Jewel, from Themes For Television
Arson – Sand, from The Dalston Shroud
Blue Hotel – Trentemøller, from LateNightTales
Love Theme Farewell – Xiu Xiu, from …Plays The Music Of Twin Peaks 

I N T E R V A L :

[ The Pink Room Will Tear Us Apart – a home-cooked ‘mash-up’ featuring elements from The Pink Room by David Lynch and Love Will Tear Us Apart by Joy Division, together with sound design and dialogue from Fire Walk With Me ]

[ Frank In Blue Jeans – a home-cooked ‘mash-up’ featuring elements from Blue Frank by David Lynch and Blue Jean by David Bowie, together with sound design and dialogue from Twin Peaks: The Return ]

Fatback – Link Ray, from Songs The Cramps Taught Us, Volume 1
Tears – Chris Isaak, from Silvertone
Curveball – Duane Eddy, from Road Trip
Black Satin – The Raveonettes, from Lust, Lust, Lust
Night Time Is The Right Time – The Sonics, from Here Are The Sonics


My opening act was to Life Is But A Dream by The Harptones from Life Is But A Dream – The Ultimate Harptones, 1953 – 1961. My second act was a version of Devil Town by Daniel Johnston (with added noise from Eraserhead, Whitehouse and NON), the original version of which appears on his album 1990.

“It’s sometimes dangerous, but it’s magical. It’s such a power and it can make some beautiful images… and sounds.”

•October 14, 2019 • Leave a Comment

“I don’t understand it either … There are things that come into the home, you know … things that are built or created outside the house, which all speak about the time and about the life. And then if something goes wrong with those things, or if they’re not in good working order, it can mean something else too.” “[S]cientists don’t understand electricity. They say, “It’s moving electrons.” But there’s a certain point where they say, “We don’t know why that happens.” I’m not a scientist, and I haven’t talked to these guys that are into electricity, but it is a force. When electrons run down a wire— do they have that power. It’s amazing. How did a plug or an outlet get to be shaped that way? And lightbulbs: I can feel these random electrons, you know, hitting me. It’s like when you go under power lines. If you were blindfolded and drove down a highway under those power lines, and really concentrated, you could tell when they occurred. There’s something very disturbing about that amount of electricity—they know these things now. A tumor grows in the head. Just because you can’t see it doesn’t mean it’s not, you know, whacking you.”

– David Lynch

The owls are not…

•October 11, 2019 • Leave a Comment


by Nina Bunjevac