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).
Aliens vs. London gangsters, another Marvel series, a long-awaited superhero event, monster mayhem, and more.
It seems rather fitting for the post-rock titans to announce a new album at this particular moment in time.
Hong Kong Express’ final album for the Dream Catalogue label is appropriately pensive and elegiac.
Stephen Kijak’s latest follows a group of teens mourning the breakup of their favorite band in the late ’80s.
Subscribers can listen to some of my favorite songs that I recall seeing at the Cornerstone Festival.
WandaVision’s finale may have done right by Wanda Maximoff, but what about her former neighbors?
The band’s 1996 debut gets a well-deserved reissue.
Quiet Force’s 1988 single evokes a simpler, gentler time of surfing the information superhighway.
The band’s new single accents their dreampop with a hint of country twang.
The off-kilter opening theme to the 1994 “Iria” anime series sounds like a pop hit from another solar system.
Mar 25: “Destroy Us” by Beachy Head
Slowdive’s Christian Savill returns with a new collaborative project.
What are critics saying about the year’s biggest movie battle royale?