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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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Vex on Wax

September 5th, 2012

Vex Ruffin’s music is simple: an untrained punk musician who uses a few basic instruments in uncomplicated ways, he calls the style ‘minimalist.’ Although it may not seem like it upon first listen, Vex’s music is rooted in sampling and hip hop beat-making culture. The SP 303 sampler provides the drums and other sounds, a purchase inspired by Madlib. Another fact that might interest you guys,..”Vex is the first and only artist signed to Stones Throw Records on the strength of an unsolicited demo sent through the mail”…Try your luck as well..


More KK & his Black Jaspers action

June 9th, 2012

KK live

June 9th, 2012

This is King Kahn and his Black Jaspers show, where he demonstrates with this real down to the basics stripped down to a Sex Pistols type shit why he had assumed the kingdom title to himself. This is taken the way a gig like that ought to be taped, one shot, as Lofi as one gets.


King Kahn and his Black Jaspers live on SOB Radio and Lofiles

June 8th, 2012


April 11th, 2011

Psychedelic Horseshit are a gloriously messy band rooted in lo-fi punk experimentation, allthough they’ve kept a step ahead of the lo-fi scene by inventing a new sub genre they have christened ‘shitgaze’. Hailing from Colombus, Ohio, the Rust Belt capital MTV described as “ground zero for lo-fi punk, They began using a bunch of battered equipment, recording to four-track cassette, with a cardboard box for a bass drum and junkshop guitars and keyboards. All of a sudden, via a joke reference on their myspace page, ‘shitgaze‘ (the lo-fi genre-term they coined in satire of the early-’90s British shoegaze phenomenon) blew up and found them getting interviewed by MTV as well as being written up everywhere from Spin to NME. In 2010, a limited edition cassette, ‘Acid Tape’ signalled a move towards something more dazed and liquified, increasingly electronic.Signing to FatCat in late 2010, Psychedelic Horseshit‘s debut album for the label, ‘Laced‘, is due out in May 2011. ‘Puff’, the first track of ‘Laced‘, has inspired me to create this graphic scribble, and glued me to my tiny headphones for the last couple of hours or so…


Brazilian Clash

November 13th, 2010

First connotations; Joe Strummer, The Clash, Gogol Bordello & King Kahn.  The Black Needles are a rootsy rock trio from distant Sao Paolo and they kick big ass. No Bullshit Rock/ Punk /Grunge /Rockabilly. Gtr, bass & drums, and the guitar sounds like it ought to sound. No wonder the local promoters (Sshaking records) who brought us King Kahn and the BBQ show, were responsible for this awesome gig we saw last night at Levontin 7, took some wild videos, hopefully we`ll share those with you in couple of days. Anyhow, from the very first note I have heard from them, I have drifted back to the ‘London calling’ days, yeah, that right, and last night was a sort of Clash revival night, that`s what they really remind me of, and if those guys will survive the winding road they have chosen, that`s not the last time you heard about them.



September 29th, 2010

We have promised you to bring you sights of Mr f…the world but I live in L.A and I am very comfortable and doing butter commercials thank you Johnny Lydon himself, so we got you a segment, sorry about the distorted sound, but hey, it fits the overall idea, and we love the song and the beautiful sights by the one and only, our Orly Kottick.

Killing them notes

August 5th, 2010

Late 70s punk experimentalists The Notekillers return to release “We’re Here to Help” via Prophase Music on November 9th. Check those Dinosours out

Lofiles the very best of – Jan – June 2010

June 24th, 2010

This is ‘The very best of Lofiles’ January – June 2010, our very own kinda World Cup, and it is important to point out that all of the artists listed below are finalists, we love and respect them all. Enjoy their music and support the artists by buying their albums.

Yellow fever

Arch M


Cloudland canyon


Lower dens

Julian Lynch

Dylan Ettinger

Talk normal



Twin sister

City center

Crystal castles

The Luyas

Tame Impala



Phil Kline

Moon Duo


The Binary marketing show

The soft moon

Emit Bloch


White fence

Swing De Gitanes

The London souls

Zoe Keating


Slow Six


Lena Chamamyan

Darwin Deez

I need that record

April 25th, 2010

Records, vinyl, albums, record shops. For those who grew up almost half a century ago and were and hopefully still are into music, it is almost a way of life. The smell, the sound, the excitement that brings you new release, or the anticipation of an important album from a significant artist, you know, Bowie, Beatles, Genesis, Yes, Pink Floyd, Zappa, and so on and so forth. I believe more and more readers of this blog, recognize mostly the mp3 icon on their desktop, no disrespect, and soon enough wouldn’t know what a CD looks like, and I am afraid, hardly ever been to a record store. It is a new era of digital downloads, itunes, emusic, sharing, youtube, facebook, twitter and myspace. My 13 yr old daughter listens to songs blasting of her mobile phone cheesy speaker streaming of youtube. Continue reading the entire article