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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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New section on Lofiles – Lolive

March 12th, 2009

                                                          

Check out our nu live show clips Lolive – lofi documentation of gigs we enjoy. The first song comes from The carsitters, a band we saw at the Ozen bar on Tue and digged.( we fell in love with their singer ). The sexiest female rocker. Check it out


“The artist alone will decide what you hear on their audio montage”

March 11th, 2009

Went into my favorite record shop to listen to some nu stuff. Gal (the owner) was playing some heavy not too user friendly type of soundtrack stuff that made all the customers leave. The Ramirez brothers are awesome. Unusual, funky, original, the art design is wonderful, the self humor is there ( my wife says that the main reason I don’t make it in the music business is because I take myself too seriously ). The Ramirez bros sound like what the Beastie boys should sound like these days. Their sound is lofi as hell, incredible gtr, dry drum sound, musical ideas, horn improvisation. Buy the m… f….

Sizzlin


Bonnie prince Billy

March 9th, 2009

Bonnie prince Billy is my favorite Drag city artist. I have been planning to write about him for the longest time, but there is too much material to cover. Today I saw a real cute clip from his latest album that was aired on Stereogum. It is a simple great little country song that made me smile. Have a nice day. Watch:


Cant get over Thru you

March 8th, 2009

Cant get over Kutiman`s brilliant youtube mishmash. This is brilliant. Watch this:


More from the Joey Burns connection

March 8th, 2009

 

More from the Joey Burns Tuscon connection. Between Chanson and Americana, Southwestern noir and acoustic French pop, “L’Entredeux” is Marianne Dissard Dissard’s lush and enchanting debut album. Produced, composed and performed by Calexico’s Joey Burns, with stellar contributions by friends from both continents, including John Convertino, Naïm Amor, Rob Burger, Mickey Raphael, Sammy Decoster, “L’Entredeux” was released worldwide in the Fall.

l-embellie


Moosh

March 8th, 2009

 

I know nothing about The Colorstore. I just know Naim Amor likes them. I do

Moosh


Tracin Arizona

March 8th, 2009

Trace the Harpeth trace
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Listen to the Harpeth trace 


Thru you – Kutiman remixes Youtube part 3

March 8th, 2009

Check this one…


Kutiman # 2

March 8th, 2009

….And check out this funky one as well..

This is what the New Yorker music blog had to day about the project:
The Israeli musician Kutiman generated this kerfuffle by creating the ThruYOU project, a collage of user-generated videos. Kutiman captured dozens of instructional videos and practice sessions and edited them together into full-length songs. The edits are close in style to Kutiman’s own music: loose, well-played funk. The commenters are going fairly bonkers for these clips, and they’re pretty much right.
Although it’s down as of this writing, the ThruYOU Web site will likely rise again. In the meantime, be glad that a user named “downwithutube” has uploaded the Kutiman clips to YouTube. “Mother of All Funk Chords” is impressive, especially the breakdown, around 2:40, involving theremins and kids with pom-poms. You can also check out “This Is What It Became,” “I’m New,” “Babylon Band,” “Someday,” “Wait For Me” (a lot more like Thom Yorke in the strip club than Kanye’s own album), “Just a Lady” and “Music Is Ruling My World.”
My favorite clip is Kutiman’s explanation of the project. Kutiman looks exhausted by his digital journey, but happy, as if he knows that he didn’t just make it out alive-he got the gold.


Kutiman remixes the s…. out of Youtube

March 8th, 2009

Israeli funk producer / artist Kutiman remixes bits and pieces of Youtube and creates a fffffonky collage. Check it out