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Ambient Anxiety

From Sofia, Bulgaria

“Mildly Shallow” is an artfully discomforting bit of ambient anxiety by Mytrip. About four and a half minutes long, it is the sound of dastardly activity heard down a long corridor, voices and actions at once both magnified and muffled. Clanks, once hard instances, yield subtle rhythmic chaos and nuanced tonal haze. Conversation take on the effect of fully composed choral parts. The first mention on of Mytrip was back in the first half of 2011, and that track has since gone offline. The sense of eternal presence inherent in digitally distributed media is an illusion. Listen to “Mildly Shallow” while it’s still readily available.

Mytrip is Angel S. of Sofia, Bulgaria. More at and

By Marc Weidenbaum

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  1. Angel S.
    [ Posted January 2, 2015, at 10:16 am ]

    Hey Marc, thanks a lot for this, I was wondering if somebody actually noticed this piece, shared in the moment where we abandoned the old year, it seems somebody did! By the way the previous Mytrip mention is related to my collab with Martin Lukanov and here it is, still online:

    • Marc Weidenbaum
      [ Posted January 2, 2015, at 10:46 am ]

      Entirely my pleasure. And that’s great that your Lukanov collaboration is still online. Thanks! And happy new year.

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