Sound Travels: With Lynch

Screen Shot 2019-06-26 at 17.29.30This was a lot of fun, one of my colleagues Paul Mulraney hosts a radio show – Sound Travels, each week embarking on a different theme. Paul knew I’d been writing about Twin Peaks: The Return, and we cooked up a show back in October 2018.  I have to admit, Paul did a lot of the work and electrickery, but I put together some sound design cues in the studio and we’d both lifted some wonderful Lynchian talks and interviews peppered amongst music from and inspired by the show.

Together we’ll take you on a journey through the mind and music of David Lynch. Tune in for 120 minutes of strange and wonderful tunes by the likes of Chris Isaac, Hudson Mohawke, Nicholas Cage, Penderecki and, of course, David Lynch himself.


About Kingsley Marshall

Dr Kingsley Marshall is a film composer, producer and academic. Head of Film & Television at the CILECT accredited School of Film & Television based within Falmouth University in the UK, the subject area consists of 25 staff working with 500 undergraduates, supplemented by a postgraduate community studying from MA level through to PhD. Kingsley’s research and practice primarily orientates around the use of sound (including music and effects) in cinema and television, and the production of short and micro-budget feature films. He executive produced Wilderness (Director: Justin John Doherty, 2017) which won 13 awards at international film festivals since making its premiere at Cinequest, and Mr Whippy (Director: Rachna Suri, 2019). In 2018 he co-produced with Neil Fox the short literary adaptation Backwoods (Director: Ryan Mackfall, 2019), premiering in Portland, Orgeon and winning the HP Lovecraft award at the Rhode Island International Film Festival. More recently, Kingsley recently completed the score as composer on a film project - Hard, Cracked the Wind - with director Mark Jenkin and production company Early Day Films. The film premiered at Encounters Film Festival in September 2019, and has since played festivals across the world including New York Film Festival. For over twenty years he has worked as a journalist, interviewing filmmakers, musicians, and designers for over 30 publications and broadcasters worldwide, written album sleeve notes and biographies for over 100 artists, and contributed to anthologies on hip hop and soul. He can be found on Twitter as @kingsleydc