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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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December 13th, 2010

‘Stoner’ is a perfect title for this EP, actually it is an excellent definition of my past state, and now when I don’t get high or drink, music makes me fly, and ‘Stoner‘ does it to me big time.

Matilda and Marc AKA Valleys the create a haunting world of their own, using technology mixed with lots of heart and some great kicking ass guitars and make the music I would have been proud to make. Check out this extraordinary ‘Ordinary dream’.


I ran with love but I couldn’t keep up

December 12th, 2010

I have read critics saying tha Moshi Moshi artist Louis Jones AKA Spectrals new song “I Ran With Love But I Couldn’t Keep Up” sounds like a 50`s song, or 60`s or maybe 70`s. I don’t know what they are talking about. To me it sounds like an 80`s British new wave/ pop/ alternative guitar song, beautiful axe sounds, great song and great art….oops sorry, art by me…


Sea of Stars

December 12th, 2010

Portuguese three-piece Evols with the gorgeous  ‘Sea of stars’. Evols are Carlos Lobo, Franca Gomes and Nuno Santos.


Upper Lower

December 11th, 2010

No energy left for writing. Just listening to music today, a stormy saturday for a change in this desert land.   Blue & Silver by Lower Dens

Moose Collision

December 10th, 2010

I like ‘Moose Collision’ by Milagres, a Brooklyn Quintet of their ‘Seven Summits’ album

Moose Collision

After the fire

December 9th, 2010

So so sad. This is Nissan Cohen after the fire.( Read the previous article )

The Nisco pages

December 6th, 2010

The deadly fire that have raged for 4 days in the northern part of Israel, took the lives of 41 people.

The blaze, the worst in Israel’s history consumed about 10,000 acres of forest and about four million trees.

One of villages that were severely damaged was Ein Hod, an artist village located at the foot of the Carmel mountain.

About a year ago I have discovered a gem located just outside the village in a wild looking house viewing the Mediterranean sea. The Nisco museum of music boxes and mechanical music, the life work of Nissan Cohen, who I have met in New York, when he had this wonderful store on the upper west side, a shop called The Last Wound Up.. This amazing place contains one of the finest collections of antique music boxes and other mechanical musical instruments. The collection that has been accumulated and very well maintained over 40 years by Nissan Cohen, the founder,  and contains music boxes, hurdy gurdies, an automatic organ, player pianos, 150 year old manivelles, the oldest gramophones you have ever seen, hand operated player pianos and many other antique and peculiar musical instruments.

The master himself conducted on the grand tour which had comprised of  a demonstration, a fascinating lecture and a concert. You were granted the rare opportunity to hear those heavenly instruments and were exposed to sounds you had never heard before.

The museum was completely burned and destroyed by the fire and my documentation of each and every instrument of this amazing collection, might be the only full documentation left of Nissan`s life work.

Go to The Nisco pages


December 3rd, 2010

Twenty-four months, 1,100 posts, 500 artists, and we are so happy to still be here, exploding with energy (yeah, believe it or not, we’ve still got some strength left in us). Some of our favorite artists have sent us lovely birthday presents, from songs they wrote especially for the occasion, original clips, fun photos, and birthday wishes. We have so many great gifts to share with you.

We really want to thank our devoted followers and supporters, all these great artists we believe in and whose music we love so much. So Happy Birthday Lofiles….and may there be many more!


The Books + some xtra reading for ya

December 1st, 2010

Location has always been significant for The Books. The two have now settled with their respective new families north of New York City, and work from their home studios – De Jong from a converted bookstore in New Lebanon, NY, and Zammuto from a converted tractor garage in Readsboro, VT. They meet often in a small office located on the campus of Mass MOCA, the renowned contemporary arts museum in North Adams, MA. Of their new album ‘The way out”, this is ‘Beautiful people’ and a Morning Becomes Eclectic session, Thank you AZ.


Morning becomes eclectic with The Books

A reminder: I know we have been lo on delivery but we are insanely busy with our bday bash. It`s our 2nd birthday in few days and you are going to love it: 25 artists participate in this , WATCH OUT!!! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!!