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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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King Kahn twin peaks

April 29th, 2012

Who said one King Kahn is enough? I saw the KK and the BBQ show 2 years ago and could use another one. Not to say Twin Peaks don’t have other qualities, but Natural Villain is like a KK replica, a good one though. This is a great ‘Caroline’. I like these guys.

 


Save yourself

April 29th, 2012

The track is: ‘Save yourself’ by Names divine . Believe it or not, but the initial disharmony turns into a great rooted rock ballad. Great guitar and song. Know nothin about the artist.

Save Yourself


Echoed

April 28th, 2012

Love those great sounding vocals and guitars of ‘Even the blind’ by Echo Lake. Shit just sounds right, and I know I usually try to expose you to new material, but hey, this is real nice..


Magic

April 28th, 2012

Young Magic announces co-headlining US tour with Quilt, remixes Doldrums…HERE

 


The Beardy Durfs

April 28th, 2012

Somehow, the cacophony, noise and mayhem created by The Beardy Durfs through their modified guitar pedals, homemade amps, broken guitars and seriously damaged drum kit, sounds real pleasant and absurdly enough, soothing to my ear. The Beardy Durfs hail from Copenhagen and they have just signed with the progressive Danish label Pad & Pen Records. Throughout 2012, the band will release a number of 7” singles, which will be compiled on their debut full length LP at the end of the year. The releases will be followed by a long line of small club shows in Denmark and abroad.


Kid der you not

April 28th, 2012

We love Jib Kidder’s music ssssso much..

 

 


Julia Holter & Jib Kidder – My Baby on Vimeo

April 27th, 2012

“My Baby” from “Steal Guitars: Fencing Partners”, the remix companion to Jib Kidder’s “Steal Guitars” coming soon from Portland’s States Rights Records. Song by Julia Holter using source material from “Ringtone Cowboy” by Jib Kidder, video by Jib Kidder

via Julia Holter & Jib Kidder – My Baby on Vimeo.


helena gough

April 27th, 2012

This morning I have discovered the music of Helena Gough, maybe I should add, her approach towards life and art, or philosophy of sound, although it’s a big word, and dealing with her art, we are talking real small, stripped down only to the absoloutly necessary…on her site I have found some interesting words and sounds I wanted to share with you guys, hope its not to heavy for ya on this lovely Friday morning.. Some thoughts about why & how…

…”Working with very limited material, maybe only two or three sounds for each new piece. Taking everything possible from the tiniest element, making the smallest things significant, creating something from nearly nothing. Exploring the qualities of a sound. A process of uncovering…, Because: I have many doubts and many questions (I don’t think I have any answers). Sometimes I hope to offer a moment in which someone might sense that things do not have to be as they are To listen, rather than just to hear with dumb ears. The power of sound as a transformative experience, a place for uncertainty and substance… I have many doubts and many questions (I don’t think I have any answers). Sometimes I hope to offer a moment in which someone might sense that things do not have to be as they are”……….

Knot invarlants  Out on Entr’acte

Purchase her wonderful and much appreciated music HERE


EP8 Resistance

April 25th, 2012

Accelra is the recording name of Gavin Singleton, a composer based in London, UK. He focuses heavily on narrative-based music forms with a nod to the cinematic. His EP8: Resistance is Eighth of a number of short EPs, collecting tracks from 2009-2011.

 


AU’s OJ

April 25th, 2012

Takafumi Tsuchiya, also known as Takcom is a Tokyo based independent motion director, designer and animater. He has been working for both commercial and artistic projects constantly challenging existent boundaries, through his collaborations with several cutting-edge musicians at cultural events and nightclub live performances. By using the various technique such as mixing pre-recorded sources and handmade (or keyframed) animations with generated materials, He is on constant quest for universal visual language, based on new ethics. Check out his latest, A clip for AU’s OJ. I love this song.