You like electronic music? Then you know Carmen Rizzo (or you should), the two-time GRAMMY Nominee Producer-Remixer & Recording Artist. His music takes you on a special journey. Carmen has donated a song to the David Lynch Foundation for Download for Good. The song — Bring the Mountain Down — with Grant-Lee Phillips, is beautiful.
But don’t take my word for it — here’s what the David Lynch Foundation Music has to say: If your life were in montage format, this song would play when you are drinking lemonade after mowing the lawn of your childhood. It is an igloo in the desert, a bonfire on the north pole, a temple made of driftwood in a lucid dream. With sweeping sonic baths of light, sparks, and digital snow, one has the sense that gravity just might be optional. If you’ve ever wanted to run in slow motion at the airport or jump naked off of a waterfall, “Bring the Mountain Down” should be a serious consideration.
I love this track, it gets into your head and stays there — in a good way. Listen to the song, get it off iTunes (Download for Good) and next Spring buy the deluxe box set from your local retailer; in it you’ll find this song plus more than 30 others from musician luminaries such as Ben Folds, Maroon 5 and Peter Gabriel, all remastered for vinyl.
Proceeds from the iTunes download and box set purchase go to support the David Lynch Foundation. Click below to check out the music video.