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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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Shadow Shadow Shade

January 5th, 2012



January 5th, 2012

Tlefou is a London based musician / visual artist working in an experimental style producing textured blurry soundcapes with fractured vocals floating between form and improvisation. Tlefou is a self-produced musician rendering hypnotic and atmospheric soundtracks, which look out with half opened eyes, between dream and reality, Lo-fi ambient wooziness, feedback drones with jagged delicacy, slabs of distortion mix with field recordings hiss, flutter and crackle.


Painkillers & Alcohol

January 5th, 2012

Oddly enough, this record by Judah Warsky, titled ‘Painkillers & Alcohol‘, is coming out on March 5th 2012 , Which is exactly a year since I had my last shot of Vodka. P&A is released by Pan European recording and is definitely worth your attention. Love ‘Asleep on the train’..



January 5th, 2012

Incredible. Norwegian Gudmund’s   electronic music under the Autoband Moniker.



James Jackson Toth

January 5th, 2012

About Golden Calves – Collection gathers pre-Wooden Wand and the Vanishing Voice material from James Jackson Toth‘s Golden Calves project. Originally released in 1996; reissue is limited to 1000 copies.

“It was really all about The Godz, Jandek, The Shadow Ring, Strapping Fieldhands, Swell Maps and Tower Recordings. Beyond these, I had only heard the ‘classic’ and most available free jazz, krautrock and noise albums. I was a long way from, say, the second Comus album or Charles Gayle. But this music changed my life. It was a record store owner named Eric McCarthy and a man who needs no introduction to anyone reading these notes, Matt Valentine, who taught me that there was a world beyond Dischord, Vermiform and Ebullition. I went to college, met hip people, and got a job at both the local record store and the college radio station. I was taking drugs. I bought a four track and began emulating my heroes. I called the project Golden Calves. I was eighteen years old….

In hindsight, I like to think that the noise scene liked us and responded so positively to us because, in our own naïve way, we were subverting a very rigid paradigm. Touring with noise bands and moving in experimental circles but playing proper ‘songs’ is what made us weird. It was an exciting, unforgettable time.

These are not perfect records. Perhaps worse than so-called ‘naïve art’ is ‘only-marginally-informed art’ and that’s what this is. I should have let my talents marinate for a while before rushing out records that now sound to me like thinly-veiled love letters to Siltbreeze. But fuck it, man. I was hopelessly arrogant then and remain so today. Why else would I greenlight this fucking thing?”

James Jackson Toth 
Lexington, KY

- Collects the Golden Calves Money Band LP and Golden Calves Century Band 12″ (from their 3-way split LP with Thurston Moore and Dr Gretchen Musical Weightlifting Program)
-Pre-Wooden Wand and The Vanishing voice / Dead Machines 
- limited to 1,000

Watch and listen to one of our heroes. I have attached a clip of a 2008 song of his I really looooove and I dedicate it to the most important and significant person in my life – my young daughter  Tamara who is 15 years old today – Happy birthday, Tamapush.


Golden Calves – “Mod Bacteria” by forcefieldpr

Birkwin Jersey

January 4th, 2012

This clip is from Birkwin Jersey‘s gorgeous ‘Old Hands’ EP. Coming out via Absent Fever on Jan.13th. Filmed/Edited by Left Arm Single. photo by By Thom Undrell @ Novi Photography

Love Inks

January 2nd, 2012

Sherry LeBlanc and these guys, Love inks, sound real nice. Listen.

Leather Glove


January 2nd, 2012

The forthcoming double-disc Flumina is the fruits of collaboration of Christian Fennesz and Ryuici Sakamoto. Sakamato recorded 24 different improvisational piano pieces in 24 different keys, and then sent them to Fennesz, who reworked them with his usual evocative-reverb style. This is the album opener “0318. Purchase the album Here if you like.



January 1st, 2012

This is our first 2012 post so we thought we’ll pay some respect to the place we came from…some dope Hip Hop shit from EMay accompanied by Evan Abeele and Optimist Park.