I spend a lot of time writing about music. But believe it or not, Opus is not my full-time job. So as much as I’d love to spend every waking hour writing about music, movies, pop culture, etc., that’s just not in the cards right now. Which unfortunately means that, despite my best efforts, I can’t write about every single artist or album that piques my interest.
This month’s playlist — “Better Late Than Never, Vol. 1″ — is an attempt to fill in the gaps and highlight a bunch of artists and albums that I’ve really enjoyed, but sadly, have yet to adequately cover here on Opus.
Accompanying the playlist is the latest episode of my“Playlist Breakdown” podcast, in which I spotlight one of the playlist’s songs and why it’s so special and meaningful. In this episode, I discuss “Daglbundes,” a wintry and evocative ambient piece from Aindulmedir’s sophomore album, The Winter Scriptures.
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