With a constant stream of articles, posts, and tweets it’s hard to know what you’ve missed. Therefore, I’ve compiled a list of the previous month’s best posts and reviews (i.e., the Reader’s Digest version of Opus).
Ridley Scott’s gladiators, Max Rockatansky, Project Mayhem, and Denis Villeneuve’s space opera.
The Russian shoegazers’ latest is another exhilarating blast of gorgeous noise.
Based on the popular video game and comics, “Injustice” imagines a world where Superman becomes a tyrant.
Safari 15’s new tab design isn’t just unnecessary. It also creates a more confusing user experience.
Critics respond to Daniel Craig’s final adventure as 007.
Subscribers can listen to a sample soundtrack of my life circa 1991 – 1994.
The good news: We’re heading back to the Roci. The bad news: It’ll only be for six episodes.
The former Hood member’s latest is an ode to underground garage, techno, and ambient music from the ’90s.
Netflix’s adaptation of the classic anime series gets a fun, stylish teaser with just the right vibe.
Oct 22: “Boys Don’t Cry” by Karen Choi
My friend’s latest single is a pedal steel-filled cover of the classic Cure song.
A collection of richly textured and highly atmospheric pieces composed entirely on guitar.
Oct 24: “Forever Rain” by Tor Lundvall
Tor Lundvall’s new single is the perfect moody soundtrack for a rainy autumn day.
Oct 27: Safari’s Tabs Are Back to Normal
Safari 15.1 brings back the browser tabs as Nature intended them to be.
The latest release from the anonymous one-man band uses searing blackgaze to confront chronic illness.
Click here to see everything that I posted on Opus in October 2021.
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