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).
Animation for adults, Patton Oswalt’s superhero shenanigans, dead people, the Bad Batch, Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi spectacle, and more.
Subscribers can listen to a 90-minute exploration of Ghost Box Records’ bizarre and beguiling music.
May 11: “Dreamways” by The Pattern Forms
The psychedelic pop group returns with a dreamy new single.
I really, really hope this turns out to be a great Arthurian movie.
After three decades, the long-lost album from Ronnie and Jason Martin’s (Joy Electric, Starflyer 59) first band is finally released.
The Swedish pop group returns with their first new music in almost a decade.
A delightfully clever novel that’s a must-read for people who enjoy the idea of their favorite characters coming to life.
May 30: Salmon Sundays
A pandemic-inspired cooking routine has become one of our weekly highlights.
Starflyer 59’s upcoming single will be accompanied by a short film.