David Lynch’s muse is reissuing 1993’s The Voice of Love, as well as a 12-inch featuring some early demo recordings from her 1989 debut, Floating Into the Night.
Listen to these with a candle burning and you’ll see your favorite films.
Take a journey down lost highways and through twin peaks to all things Lynchian.
David Lynch and Mark Frost’s weird world keeps spinning over two eccentric albums.
Plus, Dean Hurley, Au Revoir Simone, The Cactus Blossoms, Lissie, and The Veils.
Theories on Audrey’s dance, the real Diane, who’s closing the Roadhouse, etc.
No covers, no scores, no musical numbers — all originals.
Featuring music by Angelo Badalamenti and singer Julee Cruise.
These are but a few of the artists who couldn’t resist covering Cohen’s legendary catalog.
The chaos and drama of David Lynch’s classic series comes alive.
It’s a strange world, isn’t it?