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Lofiles is a music and mp3 blog contains a collection of songs I love. MP3s are for sampling purposes only. If you like the music as much as I do, please go out and buy the records! .If you have a complaint about the ownership of a track, please contact me directly and I will be happy to take it down ASAP.
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March 18th, 2009

Using a pair of 1930’s HMV wind-up gramophones and a big box of 78rpm shellac discs, DJ78 provides atmosphere and entertainment playing an eclectic selection of popular music from the dancebands of the 20’s to the rock’n’roll pioneers of the 50’s.


Listen to Resonance FM (104.4) London

March 18th, 2009

Resonance104.4fm is London’s first radio art station. Its brief? To provide a radical alternative to the universal formulae of mainstream broadcasting. It features programmes made by musicians, artists and critics who represent the diversity of London’s arts scene.


Panzoni pasta

March 18th, 2009

From Vladimir Bozar Order Universal Sprache. The name says it all, doesnt it? Mayhem 



More from ORG records

March 18th, 2009

Capillary Action Sound like the progressive music I grew up on, from Gentle Giant to Gong through Zappa and many more/ Sophisticated but not in a pretentious way and taing the music a step further, always demanding and surprising, Jonathan Pfeffer music is quite shocking at first, but is worth the effort.


Frances Castle

March 18th, 2009

Transistor Six is the musical project of Artist/Illustrator Frances Castle. She started making music in the mid to late 1990’s on an old 4 track tape machine. Around about 1998 the Californian label ‘Black Bean and Placenta’ put out the first Transistor Six single (it was a one sided 12″!) The record became a John Peel favourite and got good reviews.
Frances eventually abandoned her old 4 track, and got to work, chopping and splicing and sampling old sounds on her computer, until she had made some thing warped and weird and new.
The Hardy tree ( by Frances Castle ): “These first few Hardy Tree recordings were inspired by my local London neighbourhood, both past and present. From early field covered hills to its Victorian hay day, and 20th century sprawl. Imagined music for then and now. The sound of creaking piano’s playing in parlours, echoing over transistor radios, bird song and traffic. Music for the all people that used to walk these same streets, and inhabit these houses”.

 The Hardy Tree is the brand new project from illustrator/ artist Frances Castle, who previously recorded under the name Transistor Six

One_may_morning by Transistor 6

Long_gone by The hardy tree

Of the same British gang

March 18th, 2009

Of the same British gang, the adorable extremely talented singer songwriter musician Suzanne Rhatigan



March 18th, 2009

Hefner is the solo project of Darren Hayman, a colleague of Antony Harding aka Ant. Check out this beautiful instrumental. Want some more/ Here is a link to the complete Hefner and Darren`s discography.




March 18th, 2009


This is lofi at its best. I have downloaded one of Ant`s albums ( Antony Harding ). The first thing I`ve actually noticed was the art work and it looked like I am going to enjoy this. Beautiful childlike illustrations. Then I`ve started listening to the real adorable little songs, simple and minimal sounding. After reading and searching some more I have found those links to this lofi alt folk scene and Suzanne Rhatigan, Jack Hayter, Darren Hayman, the 12 bar club  and Hefner.
Ant is a singer songwriter growing up in the Isle of Wight. After 10 years of bedroom writing and recording on a 4 trk, he started performing at the 12 bar club supporting Suzanne Rhatigan. Shortly after that he`d started recording with her and with John Morrison at their lofi recording facility Cushi Productions on an old reel to reel 8 trk quarter inch tape.He had released 13 albums since then. Check out Magpies acoustic of the last record.


Mi nina lola

March 12th, 2009

Live at your local small bar, cozy atmosphere accompanied by a classical guitar, recorded like it should be recorded, small diaphragm condenser on the guitar and a good vocal mic, captures Concha Buika`s beautiful hoarse voice – a Friday the 13th present from my friend Amos to you


Check out the video

Let it beer on Lolive

March 12th, 2009

Saw this fun band playing Beatles. Watch Let it beer live on Lolive