Stephen Mejias

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Stephen Mejias Posted: Jun 16, 2006 2 comments
"Oh, you're still here," Elizabeth said, on her way out.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Jun 15, 2006 0 comments
Alright, dammit, I give in: The new Sonic Youth album is pure beauty.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Jun 14, 2006 6 comments
the walk
to work
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Jun 13, 2006 5 comments
Robert has asked me to review the new Sonic Youth album, Rather Ripped. You'd think I'd be thrilled about this. I would be, normally. But, so far, I find the new Sonic Youth album to be disappointing, an underachievement. Having to review the new Sonic Youth album is beginning to stress me out. Thus: this, therapy.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Jun 12, 2006 2 comments
Today is a special Monday in Stereophile land. Today is JA's birthday. Happy birthday, JA. Today is also Kristina Roman's first day with us.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Jun 09, 2006 1 comments
Love,
Remember when we first met — standing at the bar, admiring the jukebox's warm glow? How I somehow got around to telling you about that $90,000 turntable? It almost seems silly now. The small talk of first meetings often does, I suppose, seem silly. But not ours. Nothing "silly" about it. And nothing small. I don't know what made me think I should mention it — this silly turntable — but, a day later, you'd call and leave a message saying you'd like to hear more. "Fascinating," was the word you used.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Jun 08, 2006 1 comments
This mild-mannered bunch of classical guitarists had me wanting to jump up on my seat and curse my brains out.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Jun 08, 2006 0 comments
Beck Hanson pokes his little pink head up and out from between a pair of Druids.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Jun 07, 2006 8 comments
Paul Lim then introduced me to the diminutive NuForce Reference 9 monoblock amps ($4200/pair) in their very attractive Rose Copper Special Edition finish. I'm all about the fancy colors, y'all.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Jun 07, 2006 1 comments
Though the finish of the Cain & Cain speakers was lovely, all I could really focus on were their Frisbee-like belly buttons. I'm a little bit sorry to admit that, because I found the speaker itself unattractive, I lost interest in what it had to say. I couldn't get around the looks to examine the sound. This is something I will have to work on.

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