Rest assured I’ll be tuning in on day one (along with my inner eleven-year-old).
The “cyberpunk point & click adventure” evokes the classic LucasArts and Sierra games of ’80s and ’90s.
Donny Cates and Tradd Moore have delivered an epic Silver Surfer tale that looks unlike anything else out there.
If you’re a fan of ethereal guitars, icy synths, Cure-ish basslines, and haunting vocals, then this is your new favorite EP.
This is music for ambling through wide open spaces that aren’t encumbered by the detritus of urban sprawl.
The films seems to be going for an aesthetic that walks the line between gritty realism and fairy tale-ish otherworldliness.
Yes, “The French Dispatch” looks like more of the same from Wes Anderson. But really, what else would you want?
The perfect track for sauntering through ghost towns in the Texas panhandle.
Trippy visuals, ambitious stories, and melodramatic dialog captured the spirit of one of Marvel’s greatest and noblest heroes.
This four-hour collection of improvised ambient/electronic music is as spacious and expansive as its cosmic cover art suggests.
A fascinating bit of cultural archaeology.
The very first subscriber exclusive has been posted to the Opus Substack page.
Sometimes it’s easy to forget just how much CSS offers today’s web developers.
The first single from Sufjan’s upcoming album traffics in ghostly synths and harrowing drones.
Though plagued by some tonal shifts, the movie’s visual splendor and outright weirdness can’t be denied.
Subscribers play an important role in supporting Opus while getting some nice exclusive benefits.
Using neural networks, a YouTuber breathes new life into a classic bit of film history.
I want people to remember the websites of yore, and I want their creators to know their efforts were appreciated.
Some responses to Paula White’s “satanic miscarriage” prayer revealed simple ignorance concerning her theology.
Originally released in 1997, these eight ambient pieces put much of modern dungeon synth music to shame.