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David Lynch & Singer Chrysta Bell Collaborate On New Ep

David Lynch & Singer Chrysta Bell Collaborate On New Ep
Despite having not released a film since “Inland Empire” in 2006, director David Lynch has kept remarkably busy. Apart from directing the occasional Nine Inch Nails music video and reviving his acclaimed TV series “Twin Peaks,” Lynch has collaborated with singer Chrysta Bell on a new Ep called “Somewhere in the Nowhere,” which Lynch has written and produced. The project will be released on October 7th. Stream the song “Beat the Beat” from the release below.

Read More: Retrospective: The Films Of David Lynch

This will not be the first time Lynch and Bell have worked together. Bell was featured on the “Inland Empire” soundtrack in 2007. Lynch later wrote and produced her debut album “This Train,” and just last year, Bell performed at the David Lynch Foundation concert in Los Angeles. Bell is also a part of the cast for the “Twin Peaks” revival.

“The first time I saw [Bell] perform, I
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David Lynch & Singer Chrysta Bell Collaborate On New Ep

David Lynch & Singer Chrysta Bell Collaborate On New Ep
Despite having not released a film since “Inland Empire” in 2006, director David Lynch has kept remarkably busy. Apart from directing the occasional Nine Inch Nails music video and reviving his acclaimed TV series “Twin Peaks,” Lynch has collaborated with singer Chrysta Bell on a new Ep called “Somewhere in the Nowhere,” which Lynch has written and produced. The project will be released on October 7th. Stream the song “Beat the Beat” from the release below.

Read More: Retrospective: The Films Of David Lynch

This will not be the first time Lynch and Bell have worked together. Bell was featured on the “Inland Empire” soundtrack in 2007. Lynch later wrote and produced her debut album “This Train,” and just last year, Bell performed at the David Lynch Foundation concert in Los Angeles. Bell is also a part of the cast for the “Twin Peaks” revival.

“The first time I saw [Bell] perform, I
See full article at Indiewire »

Patterson Hood Announces New Album Release Date

Patterson Hood has announced the release of his third solo album, Heat Lightning Rumbles In The Distance, out Sept. 11 through Ato Records. The new record features appearances from Hood’s Drive-By Truckers bandmates, Mike Cooley, Jay Gonzalez, Brad Morgan and John Neff, with long-time Dbt collaborator David Barbe co-producing alongside Hood. Other contributors include Scott Danbom and Will Johnson from Centro-matic, Kelly Hogan and Hood’s own father, Muscle Shoals bassist David Hood....
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David Lynch Invades The Music World Again With Electro-Pop Single 'Good Day Today'

Over the course of his long and fruitful career, David Lynch has made some of the most striking, memorable contributions to the world of cinema, including strange, beloved classics like "Eraserhead," "The Elephant Man," "Blue Velvet" and "Mulholland Drive" (not to mention the incredible television series "Twin Peaks"). But what many people don't know is that Lynch has made incredible contributions to the world of music, and he has recently released his latest foray into the music world in a strange electro-pop single called "Good Day Today."

After an initial blast of noise, the track settles into a minimalist electro groove that propels and pulsates while Lynch's digitally-manipulated voice intones lyrics like "So tired of fire/ So tired of smoke" before arriving at the chorus: "I want to have a good day today." Considering the source, it's actually a pretty straightforward little pop song whose beat wouldn't necessarily be out
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The Devil's Muse Double-Disc Details

One new movie I haven't heard much about until now is Ramzi Abed's The Devil's Muse, but that's all about to change. On September 30th Halo-8 Entertainment is releasing a deluxe two-disc set of the film. It'll be packed with goodies including a full-length soundtrack CD composed by David J (Bauhaus, Love & Rockets) and Ego Plum (Nicktoons' Making Fiends).

So, what's The Devil's Muse about? Halo-8 provided this summary:

When beautiful young actress Lisa Small (Kristen Kerr of David Lynch's Inland Empire) is cast as the tragic victim known as The Black Dahlia in a film about Hollywood's most famous unsolved murder, an entire dreamworld awakens around her. Meanwhile, a local sociopath has set out on a copycat murder spree timed out with the 60th anniversary of the original killing. A spider's web grows around Lisa as her nightmares and desires intersect with the death toll rising around her.
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