The soundscapes that Twin Peaks them uneasy, are now collected.
Who thinks of Twin Peaks and music, is immediately the soundtrack of Angelo Badalamenti to hum. But that is not the whole story: the dronemuziek – the soundscapes with rumbling bass and thin windklanken – determines the oppressive atmosphere in the story.
The man behind those sounds, Twin Peaks-muzieksupervisor Dean Hurley, now has all the drones from the new series on one plate collected, Anthology, Resource Full. 1:△△. Hurley worked often with Lynch together, including for his debut Eraserhead, and his solo LP’s.
The album is streaming, but also here online to purchase.