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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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I love Clare & the reasons

May 6th, 2010

I just have to get in the mood. I don’t know why they passed near me all this time. I guess I`m a man of wicked habits, and sweeter songs usually get me alarmed and threatened. I`m sitting at my coffee shop and with headphones on and I`m loving this woman and this great band, with their classy arrangements. Clare and the reasons, ladies and gentlemen. Stream Clare & the reasons here and buy their album “Arrow” on Frogstand records


May 6th, 2010

You got to watch The Antlers special presentation on Pitchfork T.V of ‘Kettering’, a song of ‘Hospice’. Just wonderful. No words, just got to watch it.

Kettering on Pitchfork T.V


May 6th, 2010

Iceland via Scotland artist Benni Hemm Hemm aka Benedikt Hermannsson recently debuted a brand new, hand-drawn video for his song, “Retaliate,”  via AOL Spinner. Click on the image above for the Vimeo link. Directed by Edinburgh illustrators/comic book artists Michael Kirkham and Vivien McDermid, “Retaliate” is the title track off his third EP, (the first to be sung completely in English) and sixth overall release, and is available now on Kimi Records.

Although Benni Hemm Hemm’s live shows have been known to incorporate up to 35 performers at once, Benni discovered a new affinity for home recording, choosing to strip things down for this new release, rather than make his usual pilgrimage to Sundlaugin, the Sigur Rós studio.  With Benni playing the majority of the instruments, in addition to the contributions of Emily Scott (double bass) and Peter Liddle (trumpet & alto-horn), the Retaliate EP, is a collection of five songs which feature knives, gold, lazy pioneers, confident talibans, blood thirsty vampires, Stan-Stan-the-caretaker-man and last but not least blood, lots of blood.

Benni Hemm Hemm will tour Europe this spring and summer, with plans to hit the US later this year.


May 5th, 2010

Anna Wise – Vocals and effects Dane Orr – Vocals and effects, My friend AA strikes again, this time with Sonnymoon, awesome, minimalistic, great and simple vocal arrangements and backgrounds, especially ‘Houstatlantavegas‘, a song I have been playing over and over for a whole hour.

Rahul Dev Burman

May 2nd, 2010

I love his music, the music of Indian films, it`s so inspiring. This is a part of his bio:

Born on June 27 1939, Rahul Dev Burman was the only child of the famous singer-music director, Sachin Dev Burman. He was brought up in Calcutta. Popularly known as Pancham (the nickname given to him by Ashok Kumar when he found him only singing pa…pa..pa from the “sargam”) he scored music for more than 350 films.

After coming to Bombay on completing his matriculation, RD learnt the Sarod under Ustad Ali Akbar Khan And later Ashish Khan. He began to assist his father in music-direction. The first film he signed as an independent music director was “Bhoot Bangla” though his first release was “Chhote Nawab” for the same producer. His rise to fame was slow but steady. And in the early seventies, he had few competitors.

The music-maestro also composed non-film music. His two most notable attempts in this field were the international album “Pantera” which he brought out in collaboration with the Latin American composer, Jose Flores, and “Dil Padosi hai” sung by Asha Bhosle with lyrics by Gulzar.

Rahul Dev married Rita in 1960 but they were divorced in 1974. He then married Asha Bhosle for whom he had composed many a memorable song in 1980.

Meri Nazar

Balam Acab

May 2nd, 2010

Its one guy from Ithaca New York, that`s all I know. I love See birds



May 1st, 2010

Listen to this experimental ambient band based in Denver, with two percussionists and two electronic musicians, who manipulate samples, delays, loops, and texture sounds to create wonderful dreamy soundscapes. They are just finishing up an EP for Lefse. Listen to ‘When the morning comes’ and watch the video for Sunglass: