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Barbican to host ‘In Dreams – David Lynch Revisited’ on 20th June

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We like it when a well respected arts and cultural centre decides to put on a stellar show that we love the idea of and is very much in tune with our own imagination. The much loved Barbican Centre in London will be putting on In Dreams: David Lynch Revisited which will feature Conor O’Brien (Villagers), Mick Harvey, Jehnny Beth (Savages), Sophia Brous, Stealing Sheep and more to be announced. The show will take place on 20th June and tickets go on general sale Friday 14th March.

There will be instrumental tracks and new versions of songs from David Lynch’s films, performed by a band created and led by musical director David Coulter – last seen on the Barbican stage in Beck: Song Reader Live and Rain Dogs Revisited.

For more information you can check out The Barbican’s website.

“Everywhere we went the factories had all been torn down.” – David Lynch exhibition; Női Kabát song ‘Industry’

You can hear the whirrs and clunks in Eraserhead, a film by David Lynch with heavy industrial influence. From January 17th to March 2014 you can now visit David Lynch’s exhibition showing photography inspired by his long-term fascination with everything industrial. Full article here: The Independent

At The Black Lodge we play some industrial music as well as dance, in light of Lynch’s fascination with things mechanical. Take a listen to Női Kabát’s song Industry  set to Barry Hines’ Threads, a film based on the industrial city of Sheffield faced with the nuclear fallout during the Cold War. You can also buy the song here: http://noikabat.bandcamp.com/