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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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The new PJ

April 1st, 2010

To us, Chris Pureka isthe new PJ Harvey. Simply incredible. I love this new song of thee new album so much.It isnt surprising considering her choice of co producer was Merrill Garbus (tUnE-YaRdS)…” In addition to enjoying the comfort that comes with working with someone you’ve known since middle school, Garbus brought to the table her signature quirky recording techniques and alternative instrumentation, helping Pureka shift her sound into as-yet uncharted territory. This record boasts a newfound edginess, coupled with a more abstract sound and a musical depth and complexity that shines through each track, all the while maintaining the space and creative instrumentation Pureka is known for”….

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Wed 4/7 Portland, Me @ One Longfellow Square

Fri 4/9 Boston, MA @ The Middle East

Sat 4/10 Northampton, MA @ The Iron Horse

Mon 4/12 Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall Of Williamsburg

Tue 4/13 Philadelphia, Pa @ Johnny Brenda’s

Wed 4/14 Pittsburgh, Pa @ Club Café

Thu 4/15 Washington, DC @ IOTA

Sat 4/17 Chapel Hill, NC @The Local 506

Sun 4/18 Asheville, NC @ The Grey Eagle

Tues 4/20 Atlanta, GA @ Eddie’s Attic

Wed 4/21 Nashville, TN @ The Basement

Thu 422 Lexington, KY @ Natasha’s

Fri 4/23 Indianapolis, IN @ Radio Radio

Mon 4/26 Ann Arbor, MI @ The Ark

Tue 4/27 Chicago, IL @ Martyr’s

Thu 4/29 Milwaukee, WI @ Shank Hall

Sat 5/1 Minneapolis, MN @ Bryant Lake Bowl

Sun 5/2 Madison, WI @ High Noon

Tue 5/3 Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville Mews

Mon 5/10 Bellingham, WA @ The Wild Buffalo

Wed 5/12 Seattle, WA @ The Tractor Tavern

Fri 5/14 Portland OR @ Mississippi Studios

Sat 5/15 Eugene, OR @ Willamette Valley Music Festival

Wed 5/19 San Francisco, CA @ Slims

Thu 5/20 Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst

New Lali Puna album at your desktop now

April 1st, 2010

Official release is on April, 9th – but Morr records just could not wait any longer. Now ‘Our Invention’ is available on Itunes. The Itunes-Version includes a bonus track ‘See The Wood For Trees’ – which was also included on the 7inch ‘Remember’. If you prefer the good old record, you won’t miss this song, as from now on we sell the record as LP or CD in our webshop anost.net. And while stock lasts, everyone who orders a CD or Vinyl, will get the 7inch for free!!  So what’s left to say but: Enjoy this record

Screaming Females’ frontwoman Marissa Paternoster preps solo LP as Noun

April 1st, 2010

With the band Screaming Females, Marissa Paternoster has been known to shred until her fingers bleed. But with her 5-year-old low-profile solo project Noun, Marissa dedicates less time to shrieking and soloing, and more to intricate studio work and lower-key instrumentation. Holy Hell, the first official Noun release, incorporates keys, organs, and toned-down guitars and drums. The result is clearly different than Screaming Females: it’s mellower, more melodic, and whereas the Screaming Females’ songwriting process is a three-way discussion, Marissa writes all of the songs for Noun. Similarly to Screaming Females, Marissa’s friends are an important part of Noun. Holy Hell features drum work by Angela Boylan (of Cheeky), Miranda Taylor (Hunchback, Black Wine, Full of Fancy), and Jarrett Dougherty (Screaming Females), plus bass lines by King Mike (Screaming Females). Her Mom designed the artwork, and her friends at New Brunswick label Don Giovanni are releasing the record. Just as Screaming Females’ signature DIY mindset was born out of necessity (having nowhere to play shows led to booking their own, having no one to release their records led to self-releasing), Marissa’s solo project was also born organically. As a teenager she wanted to be in a band, but couldn’t find people to play with. Instead of waiting to find band-mates, Marissa played all of the instruments herself and recorded her own songs on her father’s laptop. By the time Marissa started college at Rutgers University, she had around 40 songs recorded. She burned them to CD-Rs and packaged them with Xeroxed artwork. She then passed them around at Rutgers and mailed them to friends. A Noun song on an obscure compilation is even what ultimately led to her meeting Screaming Females drummer Jarrett, which led to the band’s inception. Holy Hell surfaced naturally over the past year when Marissa began an internship at the Hunt Studio in New Jersey in 2009. She began recording Noun songs in her downtime which eventually evolved into a full length album. The 12-track album is set for release in June 2010.

Don Giovanni Records is holding a two-night showcase / mini-festival at the Mercury Lounge April 24 and 25, with Screaming Females performing the first night and Noun the second night.