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Opus Digest for February 2023
Some of my favorite things that I posted on Opus in the past month.
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 posts and reviews (i.e., the Reader’s Digest version of Opus).
Classic blaxploitation, a return to Wakanda, Ah-nold’s greatest role, Peter Jackson’s journey to Middle-earth, and more.
A quick rundown of last month’s cultural experiences.
The band’s latest single perfectly evokes the mood, if not the actual chill, of mid-winter days.
For all of their convenience, there’s a risk to relying on streaming services to access our cultural libraries.
BOOM! Studios’ upcoming comic series explores an untold chapter in the Expanse saga.
Feb 14: “Dark Valleys” by Solara Obscura
Ashkelon Sain’s latest serves as a showcase for his moody-yet-elegant arrangements and guitar textures.
For his first major work since 1995, Bill Watterson teams up with caricaturist John Kascht to produce “a fable for grown-ups.”
And all you need to watch them is a library card.
Feb 22: Bandcamp Now Supports Playlists
The functionality, which is still in its early stages, is only available in Bandcamp’s mobile app.
Feb 27: “Horizons” by ISON (Music Video)
The video’s stunning natural imagery is quite fitting for the song’s dramatic arrangements.
Here’s everything I’ve posted on Opus in February 2023.
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