First, here's another new song. Track two from Days Run Away Sixty-Nine: Sunspots/Wheat Fields (Missouri No. 3)
Okay, so onto what I've been getting into.
I restarted a love affair with one of my nerdiest obsessions, the universe of Frank Herbert's Dune. Many will tell you that Lynch's film version of the first book is too confusing, dark or muddled. Having read the book and understanding that it probably shouldn't be turned into a movie anyway (I wont lie though, I would've loved to have seen Alejandro Jodorowsky's adaptation), I will recommend the Lynch adaptation. It's visually stunning and, so long as you've read the book, decently faithful.
I'm currently in the process of reading the second book in the series, Dune Messiah
'Idoli (Serbian Cyrillic: Идоли; trans. The Idols) were a new wave band from Belgrade, SR Serbia. They are considered to be one of the greatest and most influential Yugoslav rock bands and their 1982 album Odbrana i poslednji dani was voted by the critics as the greatest Yugoslav rock album.'
The idea that Odbrana is one of the greatest Yugoslavian records ever should be an understatement. To me, it's one of the best, and most underrated, records of the 80s.
I recommend that any person who, even in the slightest, appreciates horror looks up the obscure and bizarre 1979 film Tourist Trap.
And, to go from Cinematic to Musical influence, a piece that ties in both. The Assasination Of Jesse James By Coward Robert Ford is both visually and aurally stunning. I highly recommend it. The soundtrack is done by Warren Ellis and Nick Cave and is quite possibly one of the best soundtracks I've recently heard.