I saw a poster for the Sixth Annual Low-Fidelity Music Festival. It was held in the area that is known as the Cultural Tianguis (Farmers’ Market). I had to see what this meant, so I headed past the vendors into the stage area. I immediately noted that my animal print shirt stood out as much as my blonde hair in with the crowd wearing black concert T’s, advertising bands such as AC/DC and other bands from my childhood. And, the people on stage with brightly-colored mohawks weren’t as lo-fidelity as one might expect. In fact, the lo-fi was hi-fi (if that is possible); high quality distortion, in other words.