18 Songs, 39 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5

6 Ratings

6 Ratings



I've waited my whole life for something like this. I'm waiting to see if anyone is actually fool enough to purchase this....noise version of the pet rock. And if some fools do lay out $ for this, remember what P.T. Barnum once said......"There's a sucker born every minute."
Just sayin'.

Twin Peaks The Return: dark ambient soundscapes


As you can see by Solitaryman1's review, this work won't be to everyone's taste. However, if you have an interest in dark ambient music, and/or soundscapes from 2017's Twin Peaks: The Return, then this is exactly for you! Sometimes quiet, sometimes jarring, always unsettling; these are ambient soundscapes, not "noise" (power electronics/noise is quite a different genre.) Dean Hurley has been working with David Lynch for years, through numerous albums and film works, always contributing greatly to the mysterious atmosphere. If you're looking for structured music, look elsewhere. If you're looking for dense, suffocating mood, you've come to the right place. Let's (pet) Rock!

Cool sounds (if you already like David Lynch)


If you are a fan of Twin Peaks: The Return, you will probably like this. The sounds are at times mellow, at (a lot of) times weird. When I listen to it, I try to remember what scene the sounds came from. It's a lot of fun, but for fans only, unless you are into dark, ambient music.

About Dean Hurley

Dean Hurley is an American composer, sound designer, and music supervisor known for his collaborations with visionary director and musician David Lynch. Prior to his collaboration with Lynch, he worked at Hollywood-based audio post-production facility, Soundelux, before moving to Lynch's Asymmetrical Studios in 2005. He was initially brought in to engineer recording sessions, but over time found himself experimenting with many different aspects of production. His first major collaboration with Lynch was for the 2006 movie Inland Empire; he also worked with the director on his commercial projects and produced and co-wrote four of his musical works including 2011's Crazy Clown Time and 2013's The Big Dream. He went on to work with artists such as Lykke Li, Chrysta Bell, Dirty Beaches, and Zola Jesus. His gained further renown years later when Lynch returned to the hugely successful Twin Peaks television series and delivered its third season, Twin Peaks: The Return, in 2017. Hurley's involvement with the show was pivotal -- he provided a number of original ambient soundscapes for various sequences. He also released an album of the material -- titled Anthology Resource, Vol. 1 -- via Sacred Bones in August 2017. Hurley played drums for the song "Snake Eyes" by the fictional band Trouble during a live performance scene in the fifth episode of the series. ~ Rob Wacey

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