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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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March 5th, 2013

Received this in the mail few days ago:…”it’s pronounced “attaché”. I’m a producer/beatmaker who’s into anything involving hard drums, samples, and synthesizers (all styles of hip-hop, dubstep, edm, whatever…they’re all related anyway!).

I just released my first single “Burn / Ganges” available for free download HERE



June 5th, 2012

For Quarantine, Lauren Halo’s debut album on Hyperdub, I will bend the rules and write about an artist everyone else out there is raving about. Hell, she deserves my salute and standing ovation big time. If you didn’t get a chance to give Q a listen yet, its about f..n time. This girl is on a serious mission. She is so creative, imaginative, innovative, her music’s so inspiring, like a new breed of Bjorks, just with the ability of technically doing it all by herself. Plus this very significant album is being released on such a perfect label for that kind of project, Hyperdub. There is something about the choice of sounds, nothing too fancy, and the almost tribal grooves, plus such an original approach to vocal melodies and parts. This is such a brave record without trying to please or satisfy nobody. Besides, it is a whole record, you know, a story, like they used to make for us years ago, a full collage of sound and image and smells. This is an absolutely gorgeous venture my friends, a gift you need to study carefully, and hopefully some will rub off on ya..


Listen to our new platform; SOB radio

May 12th, 2012

SOB stands for ‘Sound Of A Bitch’and is a new extension of The Lofiles org platform. We have decided, after 4 years of fruitful blogging, to expose the artists we believe in to a wider crowd, and to try to run this web station in a unlimited fashion as possible. We are really open to suggestions, recommendations, if there is an interesting artist you might think of that fits the Lofiles bill, Lofi, Experimental, Musical, Minimalistic, Uncompromising, etc, let us know. In the meantime, visit us HERE

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.



July 22nd, 2011

I love this remix of A.T.T.I.C by Benny Loco.

Certain Expectations-(Benny Loco Remix)

Everything could be fine

March 23rd, 2011

Those of you who appreciate Burial or Hyperdub awesome releases, would definitely enjoy listening to ‘Everything could be fine’ by Sun Glitters. Check out the killer sub they use on Beside me and throughout. This record is a killer, with the sparse arrangement, hazy voices, and the ssssound of it.


December 29th, 2010

The revenant gospels – Vol 1 by White Horse. This is one of the Best EP`s I have heard in awhile.

Credits: “all vocals performed by those whom are no longer with us”


Jahcoozi barefoot

June 9th, 2010

I haveBeen listening to Ramadanman`s Jahcoozi barefoot remix all night. This guy is a genius.


May 7th, 2010

Listen to this Wrap artist, Gonjasufi, or read the Pitchfork interview Here



September 30th, 2009

Personally, I am not really into Dubstep. I mean, I love dub music, but Dubstep is not my favorite groovy genre. Till I heard Burial. This dark, minimal, extremely powerful trax from this musician, producer, remixer that killed me once with Unite, does it again with Fostercare. Listen: