Sound supervisor Dean Hurley explains how David Lynch's unsettling world gets populated with crackling music and other audio horrors.
The Los Angeles producer has given Angelo Badalamenti's iconic work a percussion-heavy revision.
Badalamenti won a Grammy for his original soundtrack for the series.
It's not much, but it's something—and that'll have to do for now.
Last time we caught up with Kid Moxie she was working with frequent David Lynch collaborator Angelo Badalamenti. Now she's back: still synthy, still mysterious.
Chromatics' Ruth Radelet is also to participate in a mysterious, unnamed capacity.
Toss out your hymn book and replace it with this.
What is gestating in that tree trunk? Is this all in their heads? What is going on here!?