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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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October 7th, 2011

John Mingsley AKA Ming Ming is into analogue stuff; from 8mm film to broken drum machines and analogue synthesis, reel to reel tapes, splicing and dumping, and kicking ass tracks. Please Check out his Lefse recording, ‘Ultrameta OK’, if u slept on it,  his first release as Ming Ming, was out in June, as a extremely limited cassette edition, and a digital one too.

Eater of the dead

Something to say

October 6th, 2011

Another release from Grizzly records (White Birds), are the Dudes. Cant really categorize ‘Narcissist Anonymous‘, their free 7 track album on this great little label, but this combination of live and electronica, samples with Stones sounding guitars, great R&B harmonies. Listen to something to say and download for free.


October 6th, 2011

Full Time Hobby are proud to announce the latest addition to their roster: Pinkunoizu. Named for the Japanese word for “pink noise”, the amorphous, Copenhagen-based band play a mixture of lo-fi,’60s Asian pop and post-apocalyptic future rock. The track is a taster of the band’s first Full Time Hobby release, the three-track PEEP EP, due for a November release. More news on that – and the debut album coming next year – to follow.


Rivers run deep

October 5th, 2011

Ora Ensemble are: Krista Vincent – piano, Michelle Cheramy – flute, Heather Kao – violin and Vernon Regehr – cello. Heard this concert the other day while at the CBC wonderful site. This performance of the Ora ensemble is titled ‘Transformations’. It runs from the almost static solo piano titled ‘Rivers’ (composed byAnn Southam ) to the almost disturbing pieces written by Andre Cormier titled Debris 1-10. Listen to Rivers set 1-1, the opening piece played wonderfully by Krista Vincent .

Rivers set 1-1

Oh Julianna

October 5th, 2011

Julianna Barwick‘s experimental loop-based compositions replicate the textures of a large choral group using only her voice, a loop station and some occasional instrumentation. Barwick starts her songs quietly, usually with a single refrain, and then builds the pieces up until she’s created a complicated, weaving sonic architecture. ( Part of her Asthmatic Kitty bio ). Now with ‘The Matrimony Remixes‘ which takes Julianna Barwick’s early 2011 release, The Magic Place, and puts two of its tracks into the hands of good friends. Previously having crossed paths with Julianna while both working on remixes of Radiohead‘s “Reckoner,” Philadelphia-based Diplo teams up with producer Lunice to provide some deep sea beats to “Vow.” Brooklyn neighbor to Barwick, “dear friend,” and label-mate Roberto Lange takes “Vow” into the inner space of clouds. Long-time Barwick friend Bryan Doring of Alias Pail drumbreaks “Prizewinning.” Brooklyn/Boston-based sisters of the cosmos Prince Rama closes out this outstanding EP. Purchase and download HERE


October 4th, 2011

Another pleasant surprise from The hardest working dude in the business, Erik David Hidde and his Housewarming records, with 2 new beautiful tracks from Jamie Isaac and Great view of the moon, both acoustic, and touching.


Woulg you?

October 4th, 2011

My favorite music blog is No Fear of pop. I love almost every track they write about and got to admit that most artists they mention I have never heard of.  I am always on the lookout for some new stuff, and I visit NFOP almost daily. One of the artists they wrote about recently is another boy from Canada, this time an IDM artist. Woulg is the name, AKA Greg Debicki, and in his case, I got to admit, I really dig the choice of sounds, sweet, bellish, with lots of room to breathe and dream, minimal vocal line that made me think of Burial. I was trying to figure out what was it that made this track stand out the first time I have heard it. I guess its not washed out with huge halls of reverb like every other piece of music today. Besides, I respect anyone who uses my setup, meaning, Ableton live, etc.


Old Bowl

October 4th, 2011

Its past midnight now, and Eric Braden`s (AKA Old Bowl) ‘Innocent sisters’ EP is a perfect choice now, listening to it for the first time while visiting GOTC. ‘Is there a greater fear than this’ is Dark sounding, smooth though, and surprises you throughout. Download the free EP HERE

Is there a Greater Fear Than This

Lo Fi club

October 2nd, 2011

I forgot to mention that I have heard the Charles Hurts song on a Canadian compilation, Lo Fi Club compilation # 2, which you could download for free HERE (all 24 songs). Another artist that I really dig of this compilation is Jonathan C Judd, Check out this nice little tune.


It Hurts

October 2nd, 2011

Charles Hurts is a band from Belfast and they sound like a 50`s – 60`s type band, although I could swear the vocals are 80`s vocals. This song is real fun though, I found myself humming parts of it all day today. Check it out, ‘Like Glue’.