Archive for the 'Twin Peaks' Category

Thursday, January 5th, 2017

“Well, I’m gonna make myself a cup of Good Morning America, ya’ll want some?” While the news of last year’s reissue of the Twin Peaks OST was cool, this is personally what I’ve been waiting for: a vinyl issue of Fire Walk With Me. I was 16 when I picked up the CD upon the film’s […]

Saturday, November 8th, 2014

This Wednesday night, AD and KXLU present Twin Peaks at The Echo with Criminal Hygiene, Modern Vices and Meatbodies. I’m djing. We’re giving away a few pairs of tickets – to enter, leave a comment with your favorite record from 1994. Tickets available, here.

Monday, October 20th, 2014

Twin Peaks’ 2013 debut Sunken, issued by Aquarium Drunkard’s sister label Autumn Tone, was a tight, fuzzy blast of garage rock. It was a brief, but powerful, statement from a couple Chicago kids inching toward their twenties. Wild Onion the band’s 2014 LP for Grand Jury, takes the promise of their first expands it outward. […]

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013

Wednesday night, October 2nd, AD presents Twin Peaks at the Mercury Lounge, NYC. No Diane, Dale Cooper, Laura Palmer or Donna Hayward. No midnight trysts over the border at One Eyed Jacks. Instead, itinerant fuzzy rock & roll from a bunch of young Turks who call Chicago home. Tickets availble for purchase, here. We have […]

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012

“Chug-A-Lug, Donna.” Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch’s sinister titty-shaker, “The Pink Room,” from Fire Walk With Me. I just missed the opening of Lynch’s nightclub, Silencio, while in Paris last year, but would like to believe this is on repeat, ad infinitum. MP3: Angelo Badalamenti/David Lynch :: The Pink Room

Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

With a solid twenty years under its belt, various art installations, DVD releases, and the widespread availability of the series via Netflix streaming, the cult that is Twin Peaks fandom has never been larger — or louder. It would be an understatement to say this is a very different landscape from the days of shoddy, […]

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

Two decades after its network demise, Twin Peaks fervor has once again gripped Los Angeles of late; most recently in the form of this month’s In the Trees: Twin Peaks 20th Anniversary Art Exhibition at Clifton’s Cafeteria in downtown LA. All manner of the cult show’s eccentricities were on hand, from the slavish near-worship of […]