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mo' fidelity | December 16, 2018

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AboutAngel S., Author at mo' fidelity

Angel S.

Angel S.

Freelance journalist and full-time copywriter from hell. Playing ambient & drone music as Mytrip, teaching Sound Art, booking shows with For The Kids & Amek Collective. Always in for a cup of coffee.

Posts By Angel S.

Best of 2014: 10 Tracks I Wish I Had Made

December 19, 2014 |

I utterly despise that period of the year when all those top lists start appearing everywhere (Thank you, Angel. – Raya.). And that’s usually because, especially on the major websites, it’s the same releases over and over again, … Read More

Unspecified Enemies – Everything You Did Has Already Been Done EP (Numbers, 2014)

December 17, 2014 |

I’ll probably never get used to feeling just okay after I spin a new release. I’m accustomed to perceiving music as either really good or terrible and I find it quite hard to assimilate something placed in the middle.

GusGus @ Orpheus Studio, Sofia (11.12.2014)

December 12, 2014 |

Okay, I might have been ‘slightly’ excited about this show. At least the tickets – bought, like, 5 years beforehand – and the fact that I actually showed up almost the second when the venue doors opened might … Read More

Röyksopp – The Inevitable End (Dog Triumph, 2014)

November 18, 2014 | 1

The Scandinavian, or should I go with Northern, approach to electronic music, even in its most popular and mainstream form, is pretty interesting. All those perfectly produced sounds, with their tiny details – melodies and lyrics, structured with an almost … Read More

Arca – Xen (Mute, 2014)

November 5, 2014 |

I’ll put aside the fact that Arca (Alejandro Ghersi) has worked on a few Kanye West & FKA Twigs tracks (mostly because I don’t give a dime about any of them). The fact that he’s doing his magic on … Read More

SHLTR – Outer Heaven (ABCD, 2014)

November 2, 2014 | 1

Electronic beat music may be seriously tiring. I guess that can also be a reason why producers keep putting out more EPs and singles and not so much full length LPs. Our ears have become permanent victims to … Read More