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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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Oh, why?

July 13th, 2011

For some reason I got this Balam Acab track stashed  for rainy days and now I dusted it off and uploaded it for N`s departure.



July 9th, 2011

Twenty-two year old Trevor Powers, whose musical venture is called Youth Lagoon has signed to Fat Possum. ‘The Year of Hibernation’ by Youth Lagoon is due Sept. 27 on Fat Possum (and on Lefse in Europe). Just to give you a taste that would last a long time, check out July..


They are trees

July 7th, 2011

Watch We are treesI don’t believe in love’ new clip, purchase ‘Boyfriend’ & ‘Girlfriend’ EP`s and listen to the lovely ‘Teenage heartbreak’

Teenage heartbreak

Fences And Mansions Announce Split 7-inch EP

July 6th, 2011

Seattle indie-rock band Fences and Louisville, KY rocker Mansions will release a 7-inch split EP on Tuesday, July 26th. Fences/Mansions – which boasts one new track from each artist – was recorded in April 2011 at Avast Studios in Seattle, WA – where both artists now live.. Got to watch this promo..


Polished house

July 6th, 2011

As Maxfield Haag describes part 1 of his new double album ‘The Hands of a Hideous Giant ACT I’, it is a polished Meeting house record. (you might want to check out our previous Meeting house post & The Champe ford recording co. website, where they`ve got a bunch of new stuff- including a little EPK documentaryish movie about Meeting House. Listen closely to a sample of this gorgeous project and head over to their Bandcamp page to buy this album

House full of locusts

Directionless? Not

July 3rd, 2011

Today was one of those days you just wanna hide in an air conditioned cell or regret you were not born in an igloo. I was sitting outside at this coffee shop mumbling a special mantra to forget I was actually dripping while large stains of sweat appear on my thin summer shirt, as I realized middle eastern summer has fully and shamelessly arrived and so did his regular companions, horrible humidity, sweat, mosquitos, heavy unpleasant urban smells. I have brought my camera with me while realizing strong colors are fading and turning dull, so I tried to end this miserable brunch as quickly as I could and ran back to my air conditioned bedroom to chill with this new album I have received from Jacob Faurholt, a former educated teacher, and a very talented musician at present. The first sounds from this Callahan/ Bonnie Prince Billy school of songwriting, turned my summer sweat to goose bumps. I usually try to escape my own Dark hours, but I guess writing an album like this and confronting troubling issues could be as fruitful and therapeutic as going through psychoanalysis. This is a brave album to make and while its not for everyone those of you who are willing to walk the extra mile, do that and you`ll thank me.

Amongst my favorites on this dark and beautiful record are ‘Directionless’, ‘Dark hours’, ‘Themes of a troubled mind’, ‘The hoax’, ‘Creatures in the sea’, and ‘Untitled’.

In January 2010 Faurholt has moved from his Danish hometown Aarhus to Berlin, to pursue his musical career. Faurholt has supported bands like CocoRosie, The Black Heart Procession, The Handsome Family, Grizzly Bear, and fellow Danes Efterklang. His new album , ‘Dark hours’, out August 15th on Raw onion records, features guest appearances by our beloved Soley from the Icelandic group Seabear and Nona Marie Invie from American band Dark Dark Dark, and experimental musician Marc Kellaway, who got creative freedom to make further recordings and eventually to mix the album…

Listen to ‘Creatures in the sea’ featuring Soley.     Creatures in the Sea

Watch Creatures video

To purchase the album click here

The Spectators

July 3rd, 2011

I have received a mail from an old acquaintance of mine, Dennis White, who happens to be the owner and founder of the Seattle Dadastic sounds label. Dennis has been releasing and introducing to us many local legendary punk, pop and R&B bands and artists, one of which is The Spectators, a band Bob Mould called ‘the best unreleased band in America’. The Spectators Call it KAOS‘ was recorded about 1982 at Triangle Studios back when it was owned by Jack Weaver. Dennis hopes to release a Spectators digital album sometime in the near future. In the meantime, Listen to ‘Call it Kaos’, from this inspiring band, especially to the awesome guitar playing of Byron Duff. This is organized chaos though, and to me it sounds like The Talking Heads meets Devo on speed.

Call it Kaos

Prom time

July 1st, 2011

Sounds like these guys have graduated… ‘Prom’ from Grooms is theee shitttt, some lofi metal indie meodic mayhem, the kinda stuff we love..Prom is out July 12th on Kanine Records


The wind caresses her hair

July 1st, 2011

Available NOW! New single for free!

Sun Glitters – the wind caresses her hair.


Another track from Circuit Parade

July 1st, 2011

Another live track from Circuit parade, this time while the sound man taping a soundcheck, an hour before a midnight gig at a sleazy bar downtown Tel-Aviv. ‘Presets 2′Native instruments vst`s, a laptop and semi pro soundcard… Head over to our Bandcamp page, listen and buy the track if you wish.