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Sunday, 17 February 2013

Lynchian Psychodrama - Details

Lynchian Psychodrama aired 7pm Valentine's Day. Stream it here and hear the following:

Julee Cruise - Into the Night
Mantovani - Charmaine
Connie Stevens - 16 Reasons
Angelo Badalamenti - Lumberton, USA
Isabella Rossellini - Blue Velvet / Blue Stars
David Bowie - I'm Deranged
Angelo Badalamenti - Silencio (excerpt)
This mortal coil - Song to the Siren
Angelo Badalamenti - I'm Hurt Bad
Olga Mevwirth - Scene 2, Lost Highway
Trent Reznor - Videodrones
Angelo Badalamenti - The Red Room (excerpt)
David Lynch - Ghost of Love
Angelo Badalamenti - Pink Room
David Lynch - In Heaven
Bohren und der Club of Gore - Prowler (excerpt)
V/VM - There was a Fish in the Percolator
Dean Blunt - The Narcissist
Angelo Badalamenti - Nostalgia (excerpt)
Julee Cruise - Rockin' Back Inside My Heart.

Thanks for listening.

Sunday, 10 February 2013

Lynchian Psychodrama

Forthcoming radio broadcast on the music of, about and around David Lynch. Airing Thursday 14 February - Valentine's Day - 7-8pm in Max Headroom on Melbourne's 3 Triple R 102.7 FM. Here's the blurb:

Since the cavernous industrial noise of Eraserhead, music has occupied a prominent place in the work of David Lynch. Blue Velvet re-imagined Roy Orbison as an echo-drenched psycho-delic operatic crooner, Twin Peaks introduced the world to Julee Cruise and created an influential version of jazz noir, Inland Empire revealed the horrors lurking amidst the massed strings of Mantovani while Lynch himself has devoted increasingly more of his energies towards pop and rock production.

Featuring music from his TV and films, by influences and influenced, and from Lynch himself, Lynchian Psychodrama presents an hour of bipolar sonic merriment. Let's Rock!

Lynch's use of 1950s music references retro futurist concerns:

Yes, it's a fifties thing. Banal in a way. But it's kind of removed from that also. Misplaced, almost. A fities/nineties combo was what Twin Peaks was all about. We weren't making a period thing.

The guitar and echo in this sequence demonstrates his point: