Posts Tagged: David Lynch

The Rumpus Interview With Danielle Trussoni

By

Danielle Trussoni discusses her new memoir, The Fortress, black magic, the cult of marriage, and the dark side of storytelling. ...more

This Week in Posivibes: Fire Walk With Me

By

In celebration of the prequel film’s 25th anniversary, Death Waltz is re-releasing the soundtrack to Fire Walk With Me. The score is much lesser known, and hard to come by, than the soundtrack to the Twin Peaks series that Death Waltz re-released last year.

...more

Lynch’s Perfect Musical Something

By

David Lynch is often cited for his influence on artists of all media—a fact which may come down to the director’s incredible ability to generate an atmosphere, a full immersive sense of being in a place or mindset.

Beyond the Beyond: Music from the Films of David Lynch attempts to articulate what makes Lynch’s work particularly attractive to musicians, and Dazed Digital interviewed the editors, JC Gabel and Jessica Hundley, about their understanding of his sonic draw.

...more

Podcatcher #3: Poetry Jawns

By

Emma Sanders and Alina Pleskova charm us with their affection for each other, DIY ethos, and belief on Poetry Jawns, what matters is the work. ...more

The Rumpus Review of 10 Cloverfield Lane

By

To hell with alien attacks; cinematically speaking, Hollywood’s destroying itself just fine. ...more

The Rumpus Interview with Keith Lee Morris

By

Keith Lee Morris discusses his latest book Traveler’s Rest, Lewis and Clark, and how writing a novel about dreams requires much more than sleep. ...more

Swinging Modern Sounds #69: Meaning Yes

By

When in need of comfort, it’s always worth trying close reading. ...more

The Rumpus Interview with Lincoln Michel

By

Lincoln Michel talks about his debut short story collection, Upright Beasts, his interest in monsters, and what sources of culture outside of literature inspire him. ...more

The Rumpus Interview with Yumi Sakugawa

By

Yumi Sakugawa discusses her latest book, Ikebana, discovering meditation, exploring blank spaces, and drawing a world of sentient oranges and one-eyed monsters. ...more

Oral History According to David Lynch: Interview Project

By

David Lynch’s most recent project seems to be a complete departure from the epic, surreal fictions that made him famous: a collection of oral histories of ordinary people, which he has called simply Interview Project. The research concept was straightforward: send a film team out on a long road trip, and along the way, stop people on the side of the road, in bars, and in restaurants, and ask them to talk about their lives.

...more

THE EYEBALL: What I Watched This Weekend, Yojimbo

By

I’m fascinated by cultural cross-pollination when it comes to art. The Beatles dug Buddy Holly, the psychedelic bands of San Francisco dug the Beatles, the Britpop bands of the nineties dug those psychedelic bands, and the Dandy Warhols watered down those Britpop bands.

...more