By Michael Goldstein
By Dennis Romero
By Sarah Fenske
By Matthew Mullins
By Patrick Range McDonald
By LA Weekly
By Dennis Romero
By Simone Wilson
Do you drive?
I don't leave the house too much, but I do drive, and I have a Scion. It's like a box. I love this car.
What do you listen to while you drive?
I don't know how to run the thing. It used to be you turned a knob, and you got music. I don't know how to run it. After they added the GPS thing and the radio is part of that, I don't know how to run it. And since I don't go out that much, every time, I have to get someone to teach me. It's really horrible. I'd like to get rid of that thing, now that you're bringing it up!
So you drive quietly down Mulholland Drive?
I drive quietly. It's so important to have a good radio in the car, though. I'm gonna get rid of that thing and get one.
STOP OFFENDING PEOPLE'S INTELLIGENCE.
ALL CAN PLAY! YOUA RE NOT APROFESSIONAL MUSICIAN.EVEN TOMASSINI DID NOT GET TAKEN BY YOU
As a long time David Lynch fan, I appreciated the asking of questions outside of the usual range of topics. Unlike another commenter, I AM interested in things as 'mundane' as how often Lynch goes out to see music, as I think that provides perspective into the way he selects and/or composes music for his films. Good job!
what stupid questions. what a waste of an interview. "do you go to shows" and "how do you pick what music you see?"and "how do you learn about music"??? who gives a shit. luckily david lynch does a lot of interviews and know how to make it interesting, but these are really retarded questions. waste. of. time.
You must not be in to music very much.
I am a music lover, songwriter, and huge fan of David Lynch; so I found this interview fascinating.
I always loved David Lynch - now I just adore him - so interesting, smart, passionate, lively, witty, humble, I could go on and on.
A BIG thank you, Gustavo for just asking (good) questions, letting the man talk, and not getting in the way like so many journalists do when doing interviews. And you are one lucky bastard to get to sit down with Lynch at his pad in the Hills and talk film, music, painting, life, and more.
Lynch, with his talent and fame could easily choose to be the biggest prick in the world - instead he is one of the coolest dudes around.
I never tire of "The Elephant Man" and "Mulholland Drive" - my two fave Lynch films; he is the finest American film maker, hands down.
Gustavo, wonderful article. And thanks for the online updated Music Ed.'s Note. BTW, there's a typo in Assymmetrical. It's spelled with only 1 's', Asymmetrical.
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