Stephen Mejias

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Stephen Mejias Posted: Nov 12, 2009 4 comments
A Round of Shots
Friday, October 23, 9:35pm
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Feb 12, 2009 4 comments
Oh, just making a magazine. That's all.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Nov 17, 2011 1 comments
SoundCloud, the neat “social sound platform” that allows users to create and share sounds with anyone who has an internet connection, turned to design company, The Wilderness, to help answer the question, “What is sound?”

See what the experts—Moby, Imogen Heap, Julian Treasure, Martyn Ware, and others—have to say.

Stephen Mejias Posted: Jun 05, 2012 5 comments
Several excellent seminars were held throughout the course of T.H.E. Show Newport, including Friday afternoon’s seminar, “What Speaker Measurements Mean,” hosted by John Atkinson.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Jan 08, 2008 4 comments
Back home, at the end of a long day, John Atkinson will often come into my office and wish me a good evening. It's very sweet.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Oct 14, 2012 Published: Dec 31, 1969 1 comments
First of all, I’d like to point out that, though I probably should have, I did not take this picture. This picture was taken by VPI’s young Mathew Weisfeld, who is way cooler than me.

Now, the turntable is VPI’s Traveler, which I review in our November issue. What turntable, you ask? That turntable there—the one behind the girl in the red glasses. (The red glasses, she told me, weren’t hers, but instead belonged to Music Hall’s Leland Leard. But that’s another story.)

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Stephen Mejias Posted: Oct 21, 2009 4 comments
The Vivian Girls (from left): Ali Koehler, Cassie Ramone, and Kickball Katy. Photo: Arnaud Bianquis.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Mar 27, 2013 0 comments
The strange trembling vocals, warm synth sounds, and chamber pop movements of Konkylie, When Saints Go Machine’s full-length debut, appealed to me in unusual fashion: slowly at first, confounding my senses for a time, before finally winning me over. With time and repeated listening, the album became one of my very favorites of 2011.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Jun 21, 2011 4 comments
If Fleet Foxes were to trade their acoustic guitars for synthesizers and drum machines, move from the grassy fields to the dance clubs, and lighten up a bit, they might sound something like When Saints Go Machine. The Danish four-piece’s debut album, Konkylie, is an alluring mix of pure pop, misshapen chamber, and electronic music. It is odd, lovely, infectious, and confounding—and I keep coming back to it.

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