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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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Speaks for itself

September 1st, 2012

Yuichiro Fujimoto is an artist, musician, and photographer living in Urayasu, Japan. ‘Speaks Melodies’ is his fourth album, and this is his second release for Audio Dregs. The CD for ‘Speaks Melodies’ comes in an eco-wallet package that contains a 16 page booklet of street photographs by Yuichiro and is designed by Norwegian design hero, Kim Hiorthøy.

The Boys

 


Special exclusive SOB show with Teruyuki Nobuchika

May 28th, 2012

..”You wont find one unnecessary note while listening to the outstanding & gentle music of composer/ pianist/ musician Teruyuki Nobuchika. Its much more than the skill of music play, or the technical or theoretical knowledge. Its bigger than how good a composer or a musician you are. It’s all about absorbing and implementing. Or as some would describe this; Vanity.

TN inspires me. You could tell by listening to his music that he is implementing all those principles others wont absorb in a lifetime. It seems like each and every note is being cradled and nursed like a first born, and the same attention is directed towards (as I often describe it) the silent notes, the ones that are not being played.

That’s why I have chosen to dedicate a whole show to Teruyuki Nobuchika’s wonderful music.

The show will be aired on Wednesday, May 30th 21:00 PM Eastern Time, and then again on Thursday May 31st at the same time. Hope you’ll attend and more important, appreciate it as much as we do.

Mou

Bagatelle no.2

 


Teruyuki Nobuchika special

May 20th, 2012

For a long time I had the impression that Japanese art is rather technical, almost too precise and very detailed and it comes on their art’s feel account. Or at least I have thought so till I met a Japanese painter that used to be my landlord and witnessed a different way of thinking and approach to art, and later on met few great musicians, amongst musician extraordinaire Hahn Rowe, and most recently was exposed to Teruyuki Nobuchika’s minimalistic gorgeous piano music (Satie, Budd..) and realized I was quite wrong. Maybe part of the reason I was mistaken was that there is something constrained about their art, and hidden as it quite often occurs in a very private, kept to itself secretive culture and society, that doesn’t open up to strangers too easily. I am about to broadcast a show on the SOB platform dedicated to the wonderful music of Teruyuki. You could find out bio details HERE. Watch out for broadcast details on our Lofiles platform and the SOB one real soon..

Kokyu.mp3