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).
John McClane, Christopher Nolan’s dream thieves, Scrooge McDuck, Bill Murray vs. a gopher, a video game adaptation, and more.
It’s a kaiju battle for the ages, but it’s also a few too many movies crammed into one.
Apr 3: “Waves” by ISON
The perfect soundtrack for staring into the night sky and contemplating your place in the cosmos.
Apr 7: Donald Trump’s Dark Patterns
The Trump campaign’s shady fundraising tactics are very much of a piece with Trump’s extensive history of grift.
Subscribers can listen to a celebration of all things Velvet Blue Music.
What are critics saying about the long-awaited final film of the storied anime franchise?
Even after four decades, The Cure’s third album remains one of their most powerful and poignant releases.
All of the band’s mid ’90s output is getting reissued by Warp Records.
Namelessnumberheadman specializes in creating really cool, synth-laden indie-rock full of heart and soul.
Witmer’s Cornerstone sets made for a nice change of pace from all of the punk and hardcore bands.
Two songs from an amazing Starflyer 59 performance.
The process went more smoothly than I’d anticipated, but it was not without some hassles.
Rosie Thomas’ sets are always a delight thanks to her charming personality and heartbreaking music.
Opus Science Collective’s latest is a love letter to all things city pop.
Apr 29: #ReleaseTheMustacheCut
Corridor Digital rights a wrong and envisions what a mustachioed Superman might look like.