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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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There are many of us

April 4th, 2011

Aska has recently composed the score for Spike Jonze’s short film, I’m Here, a film about a love story of 2 Robots, a nerdy and a cool one. We like the theme song for the movie, ‘There are many of us’.

There Are Many of Us


April 2nd, 2011

I always had a dream, to marry a singer. That way you are a self contained unit. You got an in house singer, you have an idea for a song, and you could just work on it, with your loved one. Sarabeth Tucek could be the one and only. She got the voice, the looks, the character, from the very little I see, feel and hear, not to mention the talent. I am not trying to patronize here, I just love this song ‘Get well soon’, although its based around those 3 chords and it sounds like many other songs you have heard before…She turns it into a very special song allthough it`s simplicity, acoustic guitar, and beautiful Hanmmond..Besides, I got few people around me I could dedicate this song to. I have seen like 30 photos of hers, and have seen her smiling on one only…and didn’t look natural. It might happen to you too, if you are born to a Psychologist and a Psychiatrist…I like her serious though. It fits what I have built around her while listening to this song. Hope I didn’t offend nobody here or didn’t get too personal. This voice is haunting me. I know this song is relatively poppy for us, but bear with me. I know you I wont disappoint you this time around..


All my wishes

March 27th, 2011

The last couple of weeks were filled with emotions, meeting those close friends from my past life in New York, and trying to deal with the present life at the same time, not quite sure where my priorities are, where family, love, music, creativity, duties all trying to sneak in at the same time with no proper self filtering for me. In times like this where confusion is running things here, I need a simple song, to put things in perspective and to remember, that`s the first thing and last thing that would make me smile and come down, even if for a brief second, is a song…….and knowing that you love me. So Jenny O, you took control and All your wishes became mine. Download the album for $4

All my wishes


March 20th, 2011

‘Demonstation’ comes from Lowery of Norwich, England. We don’t know much about this guy. One fact is that he`s opening for The Sargasso trio at the Norwich Arts center on April 1st. ‘Demonstation‘ is a bunch of home recordings and demos from the last 5 years or so. Some songs were re-recorded already, and others, will be left untouched as represented here.

How long

Le Gros Ballon

March 5th, 2011

Le Gros Ballon are Francesco Campanozzi and Marco Capra, experienced musicians (Fabrizio Coppola, Marco Notari, Pekisch, Nuovi Orizzonti Artificiali, Baise-Noir, Passo Uno), are making instrumental dreamy pieces, which they start with improvising, and build it from there, performing, composing and arranging  by themselves.

The band has released “Le Gros Ballon” in April 2010, and some of its songs were selected for compilations in Italy and abroad and for the soundtrack to the documentary “Il lupo in calzoncini corti“.. In November 2010 they have released a new record, the EP “La Nuit“, which features a duet with Italian indie-pop rising star Denise and the title track “La nuit“, in collaboration with the French theatre writer Alexandra Dadier.


What does the Anemone got to do with it?

February 8th, 2011

Answer is: Nothin. Just loved the way it looks. Got a mail from Charles Eric Charrier. Charles-Eric Charrier, half of the duo MAN, has recorded multiple albums, film scores, and collaborative projects with painters and choreographers. Now he has an album out, ‘Silver’, which he recorded with Collaborators Ronan Benoit and Cyril Secq. Acording to Experimedia, which releases Silver, this project is a lesson in release and tension. You`ll find it  hard to categorize their creation. It`s roots dig deep into free jazz and modern composition, touching psychedelic, rock and electronic music as well. It`s not the first time we write about Charles Eric Charrier, and if you wil take the time and listen to The Silver preview, you`ll understand why we really dig the this gifted artist.

Silver preview

McMorrow backstage at Electric picnic

January 28th, 2011

AZ with a Friday eve treat, James Vincent McMorrow plays acoustically backstage at Electric picnic..


January 27th, 2011

The unique thing about Aaron Hale`s songwriting is the simplicity and maturity. And his songs are touching my heart, especially today for some reason, when I feel fragile and wouldn’t try to toughen up.

The Deep

The gifted

January 22nd, 2011

The gifted children is a collective of musicians from Rochester and Buffalo, NY. They’ve released 5 albums and 15 EP`s in the past 2 years alone, and have recorded more than 1300 songs in their 15 year career…The gifted children live show is an energetic mixture of pop songwriting genius, expert knob-twiddling, and great harmonies.


Sidi Touré

January 22nd, 2011

Sidi Touré made his first guitar as a child, constructing it from his wooden writing slate in the ancient town of Gao, Mali. In 1976, Touré became the youngest member of Gao’s regional orchestra, the Songhaï Stars, who played bi-annual festivals like the Bamako Biennale and toured both regionally and nationally. In 1984, he won the award for best singer for “Manou Tchirey,” a song of his own, written in the Songhaï language. As a young man, he would often be listening to J.J. Cale and Kenny Rogers. Sidi’s sound both captures and challenges his roots.. At its heart, ‘Sahel Folk’ is an album of friends reuniting around a glass of tea. It’s Sidi Touré’s second album, but the first time most of his collaborators have been documented. Chronicled in a live “field-recording” style at Sidi’s sister’s house, the simplicity of the takes highlight the beauty of the songs and the skill of the players. Each track on the album is a duet recording of Sidi and one friend, a product of a very specific two-day process. On the first day, the friends would meet, play, and choose a song over a glass of tea. On the second day they would record the song, allowing themselves just two takes to retain the spontaneity of the recording and reunion.