Hailing from North London, grrrrrl punk band Skinny Girl Diet has penned a frenetic ode to every Twin Peaks fan's favourite 'Drape Crusader', Nadine Hurley. The band, touted by some as this generation's Bikini Kill, did away with stereotypes and, rather than emulating the usual Lynchian shoe-gazing ingénues, play tribute to 'the girl with one eye'. Read More
In September, 1990 Twin Peaks returned for its second season. The first season finale had been a huge disappointment for many, as the network had teased that Laura's killer would be solved in the episode, causing considerable backlash.
In their September 8-14 edition (which cost 79c!) TV Guide interviewed four prominent authors of the time and asked them who they thought killed Laura, and what they would write about in season two.Read More
Lately I have been very busy making digital imagery based on Lynch's works and collaborations and I wanted to share some with you. You may recognise some from social media, including my page David Lynch & Angelo Badalamenti and the new page I am a contributor for, Twin Peaks Freaks. Make sure to like these pages to see more regular content as I post it!Read More
I am really excited to be able to share my story of how I came to be such a huge fan of my favorite director, artist and creative renaissance man; David Lynch. While I could speak about Blue Velvet, Lost Highway, Wild at Heart and Mulholland Drive for days, I have chosen to primarily focus this entry on the magic that started it all for me – Twin Peaks.Read More
The following article presumes you have seen both Twin Peaks and Psycho and contains spoilers.