Stephen Mejias

Sort By: Post Date | Title | Publish Date
Stephen Mejias  |  Feb 12, 2009  |  0 comments
The last outstanding editorial piece of our April 2009 issue is now being magically teleported to our pre-press peeps. JA says that means it's "beer o'clock" for me and "Chardonnay accompanied by Jello Shots o'clock" for Pip.
Stephen Mejias  |  Sep 16, 2011  |  4 comments

Today is my birthday; it's the blog's birthday, too.

Another year older, stronger, healthier, happier. Thanks for sharing it with me.

Stephen Mejias  |  Nov 09, 2012  |  2 comments
Over at AnalogPlanet, Michael Fremer has kept us up to date on the highly anticipated remastered Beatles LPs. While the reemergence of the Beatles catalog on vinyl is exciting news for many music lovers, audiophiles are most curious about how these new editions will sound.

Get ready to find out.

Stephen Mejias  |  May 10, 2012  |  0 comments
Saturday, May 19, 11am–6pm: The Brooklyn Flea Record Fair will be held at Smorgasburg.
Stephen Mejias  |  Sep 06, 2006  |  3 comments
"I don't dare open the file you left in my folder," says JA.
Stephen Mejias  |  Jul 30, 2010  |  7 comments
August is here, which means it’s time for The Cable Company’s Annual “Summer Against Hunger” fundraiser. This marks the 15th year that The Cable Company collaborates with CARE, a leading humanitarian effort battling global poverty, with a dollar for dollar donation on purchases of sponsored products in the month of August.
Stephen Mejias  |  Nov 06, 2009  |  4 comments
This dude, Patrick Duffy, does a good job of detailing last night’s Fucked Up show at the Brooklyn Masonic Temple in charming Fort Greene. On a tree-lined, brownstoned block, in an old and ornate shrine, Fucked Up, joined by New Jersey’s Vivian Girls on backing vocals and Andrew WK on synths, made a scene. I kept a safe distance from the anarchy, up in the urine-scented balcony, with the other parents.
Stephen Mejias  |  Oct 22, 2008  |  3 comments
We're lucky. There's always an enormous amount of great live music to be enjoyed in New York City, but this week is especially crammed with sound. The CMJ Music Marathon is here. As I type, our very own Mikey Fremer is moderating a discussion titled "Hi Fidelity for the Future." Panelists include NYU professor Jim Anderson; David Chesky of Chesky Records and HDTracks.com; D&M Holdings' Jeffrey Cowan; and the Audiophiliac, Steve Guttenberg.
Stephen Mejias  |  Feb 10, 2011  |  0 comments
Sunday, February 27, 12-6pm: Brooklyn Bowl (61 Wythe Avenue, Williamsburg) will host the Collect-i-Bowl Record Show.
Stephen Mejias  |  Nov 11, 2011  |  1 comments
Mark your calendars: The Winter Edition of the vinylicious Collect-i-Bowl Record Show will be held at Brooklyn Bowl (61 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn), from noon to 6pm, on Sunday, December 4th.

Admission is free. For more info, visit Brooklyn Bowl. And be sure to bring your appetite: The food at Brooklyn Bowl is heartstoppingly good.

Stephen Mejias  |  May 09, 2006  |  6 comments
Damn. Today it's 5:45pm and I'm just getting started. At least I'm not alone; Elizabeth is still here, worrying about page numbers and layouts so that JA can worry about other things.
Stephen Mejias  |  Aug 13, 2009  |  9 comments
This cream-colored version was my first choice for our September issue cover. Though it has a certain quiet elegance, we decided to go with the bolder, less subtle combination of yellow, red, and gold. I think we made a good choice, but I still sort of love the cream version.
Stephen Mejias  |  Jun 13, 2008  |  2 comments
Even the Onion is reporting on the vinyl revival. CDs are really in trouble now.
Stephen Mejias  |  Jan 27, 2010  |  1 comments
Spending time on the coast, with nothing to impede your view, leaves you feeling more aware of your connection to the planet, this gorgeous blue rock, spinning about in space. One remarkable thing about being so close to the edge of the continent is that you can actually see the curve of the earth. Here I am, committing it to memory.
Stephen Mejias  |  Nov 12, 2008  |  1 comments
You've become acquainted with The Daily Beast, but do you know The Daily Audiophile? The two are kind of similar. On the former, you can read about nude New York City dinners, while on the latter, you can read about hi-fi reviews. See what I mean?

Pages

X