Volumes have been written in regards to the completely melancholy great thing about Twin Peaks’ opening theme by Angelo Badalamenti, a crystalline, tone-setting piece of music that has impressed musicians for many years since. In recent times, Badalamenti’s rating for the present has gone on to be remixed and slotted into different tracks, however by some means, it took till this week for its impossible and profitable pairing but. Allow us to thank the mononymous Andy for this eerie screwed and chopped mashup with Little Eva’s 1962 basic “The Loco-Movement”:
The combination of 1960s girl-group pop and narcotic slowness is as Lynchian as could be, setting the acquainted in an eerie new mild and suggesting one thing malevolent beneath the easygoing monitor. All it wants is stuttering strobe lights, a mysterious power of supernatural evil, an look by Jack Nance, and an elliptical plot suggesting the dream-like nature of actuality, and we’ve received ourselves a brand new season of Twin Peaks! Can’t wait to observe Richard and Linda patch issues up and get on with their lives in a brand new dimension.
Now somebody simply must mash up Badalamenti’s theme with Kylie Minogue’s model of the monitor.