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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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Talking drum demo

March 29th, 2009

We try to stay away of the mega bands but sometimes it doesn’t work out. We have heard a new demo by Death cab for cutie that we really liked, ukulele and voice, titled Talking drum, on Stereogum.We know you will like it too.



March 24th, 2009

This is a documentary about the making of Bromst, the brand new Dan Deacon`s killer album. Shot in the beautiful state of Montana in Snow ghost studios, incredible looking house in the woods, located above a lake, is an inspiring choice for music making. I am bringing you this 4 part documentary, produced by Pitchfork TV that enables you to watch the making of this elaborate recording project, full of technical challenges.


March 5th, 2009


My friend Amos ( I wont say a music feak cause last time, when I wrote that he wasn’t pleased ), sent me a link of this real interesting song from the beautiful Karin Dreijer, half of “The knife“, a Swedish duo. She calls herself Fever Ray and the 2chord song is a weird electronic 16th note sequenced synth bassed groove, kick and clap and string line and a unique vocal on top. There are Fuck buttons remixes and an amazing video from Martin De Thura. Check out the song and the clip here on Lofiles.


When I Grow Up from Fever Ray on Vimeo.

Soul on fire

January 18th, 2009

That`s how I feel tonite

Soul on fire


January 7th, 2009


Don’t know a thing about these guys, just that their name is Vetiver, they are coming from California and I just love “Miles apart” (and this is a photo of Vetiver live with The Black Crowes)

Miles apart

From the capital of the south… to Folkale

December 27th, 2008

                  Who said the Israeli south can`t rock?….

The first artist I saw cause I got there real late was Nadav Azulay, an Albino from the southern part of Israel, the capital of the desert, Beer Sheva, with it`s live and kicking indie scene. I didn’t know a thing about this guy, just saw him rockin on stage accompanied only by a drummer a la White Stripes. Sounded real good and tight, great sounding guitars and couple of songs. Later on I saw the undeniable king of the southern indie scene, the tormented David Peretz, the busy than ever writer, philosopher, musician, songwriter, producer, label owner, coming from Beer Sheva as well, releasing folky alternative bluesy material for years and years. He was sitting on a darkened stage with a pedal board and an acoustic, crying out ballads accompanied by delays and texture loops and squeaks. I liked the fact he didn’t try to please the crowd and did what he wanted to do. I have known this guy for years and played some acoustic guitars on his first recordings, on an old Yamaha he owns that I love and try to convince him to sell to me and he woudnt. His playing improved tremendously over the years. I have heard couple of great bluesy ballads from him last night. I f you speak the native language you could check out his blog too.

Folkale 5

December 27th, 2008

Last night I got busy clubbing/ watching some nu and not so nu artists and bands/ taking some great photos with my new Nikon camera/ drinking at the Israeli temple/ basement for indie music –Levontin 7. Actually my favorite listening to music place. The club hosted the 5th Folkale festival – a festival for folk/ alternative/ indie and not so indie /rock/ singer songwriter music. Yesterday was the first of 2 fest days and I spent the night mostly in the basement going upstairs to the bar for Vodka shots while listening to a local station`s DJ playing jimmy smith and some more Jimmy Smith. As I grew tired of those organ solos I would go downstairs to watch the bands.

Its been a Bradford Cox day today…

December 10th, 2008

Its been a Bradford Cox day today. Deerhunter, Atlas Sound, Deerhuntertheband blogspot. I put “Rained” on repeat and played it about 15 times while doing my illustration class homework, watercolor lesson.The goal is to start staining the paper try not without thinking of the outcome, then this stained shape into a bird. I admit it didn’t really work out for me and this came out instead while hypnotized by “Rained”.

I have downloaded this haunting ambient guitar piece called Guitar one (free download on the Atlas sound blog). I admit I envy this guy Bradford. He is all over the place and seems to be doing so productive.Just reading hid blog made me dizzy. I wish I was Bradford…..without the Marfan Syndrome I guess. I have watched a brand new video by Deerhunter today called “Cover me slowly”, listened to “Let the blind lead those who see but cant feel” by” Atlas sound” and played couple of Deerhunter`s recent tracks. The thing I like the most about this guy besides the creativity and originality are the unique and musical guitar rolls. Anyone who plays the guitar knows it is not that easy to come up with the unusual. When you pick up a guitar, the better guitar player you, you`ll tend to jump and play the known and familiar and whatever you do best, kinda automatic mode.But Bradford, oh no, this guy doesn’t do the obvious. Awesome.

 Guitar 1