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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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Wounded Wolf Private-Press

October 16th, 2012

Received this message on Facebook,

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We are a boutique imprint, private press and we are sending you this message basically because we thought you might like our products. We usually produce handmade CD’s and various other ephemera in folk and ambient genre. We would be most gladful if you take a look at our Facebook page or listen to our music at Soundcloud.

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Woodsman

October 15th, 2012

Over the past couple years Woodsman has been Relentlessly touring and honing a sound born in basements and warehouses sprouting from amps and speakers like lichens on the forest floor. “Late last December we began recording sessions for what will later become our 3rd LP. Although this track may not find it’s way onto the record it symbolizes a big change for the band. Aided for the first time by a professional recording studio and the able ears of one Daniel James Schlett the jams came out sounding bigger and more direct. We’re extremely psyched to share what we’ve been working on over the past year. The record is shaping up nicely and we’ll have more for you soon!” – Woodsman

 


Aches

October 15th, 2012

Aches is a twenty-four-year-old British producer and visual artist from Sheffield currently based in Bratislava, Slovakia. His compositions demonstrate a love for collapsing abstract beats, plucked atmospheric guitars and growling bass, as well as traces of field recording. Oneohtrix Point Never, Aphex Twin, Pantha du Prince, Cocteau Twins and Emeralds, with whom he recently shared a stage, are but a few influences you can find carefully woven into the recently released debut EP ‘Fine Tongue‘ and on the forthcoming full length LP. The LP, due to be released in February via Exitab, advances deep dreamy textures and complex sound collages with heavy breathing percussion.

 


Heavenly Monsters

October 14th, 2012

Was reminded of the gorgeous track “Candles” by Jon Hopkins released on the 2010 Soundtrack “Monsters”. I remember how much I loved this one..

 


Calico hero

October 14th, 2012

Another Calico Corp. hero right here. Eric Copeland is theee man. His instrumental mayhem/ hip hop, colorful to the max samplemania, is something we could really appreciate here consider where we are coming from, exploring the origin of sampling and Hip Hop birth days. This is one of the most out there psych instrumental singles we have heard in awhile, and make us so happy to be doing what we do that enables us to hear such heavenly sounds.

 


Guilty or not guilty?

October 14th, 2012

It is not the first time I mention Guilty Ghosts (Tristan O’Donell solo project) here, and I believe I have treated him with a bonus graphics the last time around. I truly love those instrumental guitar pieces. Usually, I tend to stay away from guitar players music, cause most of the time, its fuckin boring, as they tend to play according to the obvious voicings, and quite often, don’t succeed in sounding too original. GG though, is a quite different project. It is more the Mogwaii way, those imaginative guitar parts and the sounds, it is not too clean or distorted, it is just right, no bullshit sounding tracks and riffs. Everything is there for a reason. Nobody is trying here to sound too sophisticated. It is just what Tristan O’Donell does best, and like Zappa had said once..”Shut up and play your guitar”, or should we say, Shut up and listen?

 


Heavy

October 14th, 2012

2-3 years ago I was introduced to Slim Twig’s music by a small PR agency. I loved what I have heard. A combination of ragged beats, Hip-Hop, Rock & Roll, Garage music, distorted guitars, noisy samples, cool freaky twisted vocals, and to sum it up, kick a.. bedroom music just the way we love it. Few weeks ago I have received his new recording venture, A hound at the Hem. Again, freaky and twisted and a tad creepy as a friend was telling me while we were riding her car and listening to the first track off this project titled “Heavy Splendour”. I really dig this, and find it quite brave and truly inspiring and motivating.

 


Ghost

October 10th, 2012

Barsuk Records is excited to debut “Ghost,” the title track off Yellow Ostrich’s upcoming six-song release. In conjunction with Yellow Ostrich’s fall tour, Ghost will be available digitally on October 22nd, and vinyl will be available from the band at their upcoming shows, and at YellowOstrich.com and Barsuk.com. The tour includes dates with Sharon Van Etten, Damien Jurado, Fort Lean, Strand of Oaks, and more.

 


Coasting

October 10th, 2012

Heavenly Creatures, Madison Farmer and Fiona Campbell find themselves lost, leaving clues to find each other again in this witchy video Directed by Sarah Manuwal. “For Hours” is from the debut LP “You’re Never Going Back” by Coasting, out now on M’lady’s Records 

 


My Baby

October 9th, 2012

“My Baby” from “Steal Guitars: Fencing Partners”, the remix companion to Jib Kidder’s “Steal Guitars” out now on Portland’s States Rights Records. (www.statesrightsrecords.com). This is a Song by Julia Holter using source material from “Ringtone Cowboy” by Jib Kidder, and the video by Jib Kidder.