Duran Duran, Flaming Lips Play Surreal 'Music of David Lynch' Tribute

Director David Lynch hasn't made a feature film since 2006's Inland Empire, but in the interim his legacy has only grown.
Part tribute concert, part fundraiser, part transcendental meditation infomercial, "The Music of David Lynch" was indeed a deeply Lynch-ian experience, a one-night-only event in which musicians spanning different generations and genres gathered at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles to play songs from and inspired by the director's movies and albums. Raising money for meditation non-profit the David Lynch Foundation, the occasion will surely be the only time Donovan, Duran Duran and the Flaming Lips come together under one roof. Speaking before the show, the Lips' Wayne Coyne confessed, "We're not worthy, but we're here."