The Music of Twin Peaks: The Return with Duwaun Johnson (Country Brothers)

This is the water, this is the click. Welcome to the eighth episode of Click Vortex, your biweekly exploration of the rabbit holes Sam Means (The Format) and Jason P. Woodbury (Aquarium Drunkard) find themselves tumbling into. This episode, they are joined by Duwaun Johnson of the Country Brothers podcast to discus David Lynch’s Twin Peaks, specifically the music featured in 2017’s Twin Peaks: The Return

From Lynch and sound artist Dean Hurley’s otherworldly Optigan sketches to the harrowing sound of “The” Nine Inch Nails in the Roadhouse, music and sound design in general are key to the sensibility and tone of Twin Peaks. Join the Click Crew  as they drink deep and descend, examining The Platters’ version of “My Prayer” as a kind of skeleton key to The Return and sharing their own personal entry points into Lynch’s vivid and powerful oeuvre. 

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