Though this post is quite old, Andrew Horton’s post for Kinoeye is quite informative if you have an interest in learning more about Bosnian cinema.
In 2011, a very good friend of mine, Siberian composer Roman Stolyar, did a live soundtrack for The Golem, one of the masterpieces of early cinema. Only The Cinema gives a great synopsis of the film, should you ever decide to watch it in its entirety.
I’m going to start doing a better job publicizing things I’m enjoying these days. Here’s a starter for those of you who are using Facebook. Obscure Music is a group dedicated to some great older tunes that didn’t get much play in the 1980s or so.
Dangerous Minds posts an article on all the interesting covers that William S. Burroughs managed to score for his books.