Honoring R.E.M.’s 40th anniversary, The Strokes’ return, and The Stand’s new relevance.
The Opus concludes its odyssey through Bitches Brew.
We’re visiting Champion Vinyl, talking creativity in the time of coronavirus, and sipping from Bitches Brew.
Fitting that the anniversary of Bitches Brew comes during a critical and cultural jazz renaissance.
We’re celebrating the return of Pearl Jam, plus revisiting a Miles Davis classic and the horror hit The Strangers.
To mark the launch of the new season of The Opus: Bitches Brew.
A record not just for jazz purists and rock snobs, but for anyone curious enough to listen with full ears and no expectations.
Host Andy Bothwell, aka Astronautalis, takes a big, thoughtful sip of the iconic jazz record.
Massive collection features 43-CDs across eight separate box sets.
A chat with Post Animal, a playlist celebrating Tears for Fears, and a discussion about the horror cat film Sleepwalkers.
The legacy of The Kinks and Simon and Garfunkel, an interview with Soccer Mommy, and teasing a new podcast!
The Opus learns one final lesson at the end of the Bridge.