It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the constant stream of articles, posts, and tweets. It’s hard to know what you’ve missed. To help with that, I compile a list of each month’s most notable posts and reviews (i.e., the Reader’s Digest version of Opus).
Mel Brooks in space, superpowered sisters, stand-up comedy, a Broadway smash, a superhero family, and more.
Subscribers can listen to a selection of songs from one of my favorite groups of musicians.
The show’s three seasons, which span multiple eras in an isolated German town, make for some confusing and captivating viewing.
July 14: Handful of Snowdrops Bids Farewell
The Canadian “postwave” band sadly calls it quits after an impressive run.
There’s no pandemic in this kitchen. Just the promise of perfect pizza.
Even if I never run a Lancer campaign, I’ve still thoroughly enjoyed the imagination and creativity on display in its lore.
The shoegaze giants release the original version of their debut EP recorded thirty years ago.
The ambient/electronic composer has already released two excellent titles this year, with a third on the way.
Billed as an “RPG adventure about love and freedom,” Haven boasts a stylish aesthetic and potential for engaging human drama.
July 27: What happened to AllSocial?
The slick-looking social network promised free speech, privacy, and better handling of user content. It’s been offline for over a month.
The dark ambient maestro’s latest album includes a reworking of one of his finest songs.
Click here to see everything I published on Opus in the month of July 2020.
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