Pixelated Peaks

•April 11, 2017 • Leave a Comment


Twin Peaks pixel .gif art courtesy of the amazing Bruno Moraes!

Misshapen Missives From “Another Place”

•April 7, 2017 • Leave a Comment

Announcing the release of my new book, Postcards From Twin Peaks!


Within this book dwell mysteries deep and dark, syntactic secrets, beautiful otherness, rhyme and unreason, all springing from the singular town of TWIN PEAKS.

How does one get to Twin Peaks? Is it in the heart, or in the mind? Does the Log Lady know more than she’s letting on? Is Cooper still the man he always was? What are we really to take from the tragic end of Waldo? Who is Diane? Who was Agent Jeffries? And what did Harold Smith’s suicide note really mean? Answers to these questions and more you will find within these pages.

This is a book for Twin Peakers, backwards speakers, loggers, Black Lodgers, Special Agents, one-armed show salesmen, fans, fanatics and everyone in between…

Order  Y O U R S  HERE! FREE postcard with every order! (while stocks last)

The Log Lady Is NOT Gonna Be Happy About This

•April 5, 2017 • Leave a Comment

The incredible Nick Fredriksen, a one-armed man, chops wood. Competitively.

Twin Peaksy enough for ya?

Nick lost his arm when he was eight after getting his shirt caught in a hay-baler; still wins the competition. Damn fine, indeed.



[edit: original video was removed]

Forgotten Dream of Dance & Dirt

•March 27, 2017 • Leave a Comment


Dream, 2011: I was dancing balletically around a grandiose library, throwing handfuls of dirt and live worms. No one else was there. I danced into the toilets at the back of the room and performed a ‘beckoning action’, knowing somehow that it would summon someone. A pageboy, in full uniform, came in and I chased him back into the library, catching him and stabbing him repeatedly with a large knife. End.

Maddy’s vision / Bowie’s lyric

•March 27, 2017 • Leave a Comment


“Don’t look at the carpet, I drew something awful on it”

This lyric from Bowie’s ‘Breaking Glass‘ (from Low), always reminds me of the above moment in Twin Peaks…

They… just cut a rug like regular chickens?

•March 21, 2017 • Leave a Comment

Sure, they just cut a rug like regular chickens.

On the 40th anniversary of Eraserhead:

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“In movies, there is music that is not melodious, but it’s setting a mood and a very special feel. And then there’s music that has a melody that can tear your heart out.”

•March 17, 2017 • Leave a Comment

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Playlists for The Double R Club, 16th March, 2017

P R E – S H O W :

‘Go Get Some’ – David Lynch & John Neff, from Mulholland Drive O.S.T.
‘Coolstuff’ – Peter Thomas, from Betty Page Private Girl
‘Girl On The Street’ (instrumental) – David Lynch, downloaded from davidlynch.com
‘Pretty Fifties’ – David Lynch & John Neff, from Mulholland Drive O.S.T.
‘Angel Guts:’ – Xiu Xiu, from Angel Guts: Red Classroom
‘Dark Night Of The Soul’ – Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse [feat. David Lynch, from Dark Night Of The Soul

(audio excerpt from Rabbits by David Lynch)

‘Asthma’ – Terry Edwards, from I Didn’t Get Where I Am Today
‘Deep Velvet (Carter Tutti Remix)’ – Chris And Cosey , from 2014 Tour CD
‘Eraserhead (Gazelle Twin remix)’ – Gazelle Twin, listen HERE
‘Hello Baby’ – Morphine, from At Your Service
‘Velvet Dreams’ – Voicedude, FREE download from Mashed In Plastic
‘In Shades’ – Tom Waits, from Heartattack And Vine

(audio from ‘Premonitions Following an Evil Deed’ a 52 second film by Lynch made as part of the Lumière et Cie project)

‘Nova’ – Amon Tobin, from Permutation
‘Johnny Ingrams Possessions’ (pitch lowered by 10 semitones) John Lewis, the original from Odds Against Tomorrow O.S.T.

I N T E R V A L :

‘Crazy Clown Time’ (video version) – David Lynch, audio taken from the official video, found HERE, the original from Crazy Clown Time
‘Dead Cool’ – The Chrome Cranks, from Dead Cool
‘The Switch’ – Ceaser Romero, from Matamoros

My first act was to ‘Beautiful Dreamer’ by Ken Dodd, from Presenting Ken Dodd -with interspersed samples culled from a deleted scene from Blue Velvet. My second act was a version of ‘Thursday’ by Morphine, the original version of which appears on their album Cure For Pain.