И ещё нужен один перевод рецензии на музыкальный трек. Теперь вот на этот: http://pitchfork.com/reviews/tracks/17473-stellar-om-source-sudden/
На всякий случай копирую текст ниже:
Christelle Gualdi has always been a restless musician. From her academic background in music theory and electro-acoustic composition to her early experimental work as Stellar OM Source, the French-born, South Holland-based artist remains on a winding path with no discernible North Star. Although, you could say it's her machines that give Gualdi some parameters. A long string of late-aughts CD-R releases pegged the producer as a dedicated synthesist with no apparent interest in dancefloor ideas, at least until around 2010, when she happened to find a flawless TB-303 for the unbelievable price of €25. And it recalibrated Stellar OM Source yet again—first with the delirious techno gestures of Joy One Mile, and now the upcoming Nite-Glo EP takes her further into the 303's slippery acid-house soul.
Of course, that contoured, limber tone, synonymous with Roland's inimitable bass synthesizer, is the first sound we hear on "Sudden". In truth, it could belong to any number of artists currently interested in acid. Gualdi seems keenly aware of this, making concerted efforts to introduce some personality. Those skittish hi-hat sequences and hard-smacking claps aren't exactly unusual, even if their sly movements are captivating, but once her alien voices signal the imminent arrival of more otherworldly frequencies, it becomes clear we are indeed traversing Stellar OM territory. Everything about "Sudden" should be as familiar and well-worn as the decades-old machine that gave it life, so Gualdi's ability to craft her distinct likeness around beloved genre tropes feels like the work of a true musical nomad.