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Wide awake

May 21st, 2011

Philadelphia`s Arches (songwriters Julien Rossow Greenberg and Tom Herman Jr). have released their debut album Wide Awake back in February on Bandcamp and they’re finally getting the whole thing pressed to vinyl, which is available for pre-order and will ship on June 10.


Lofiles promoting…

February 25th, 2011

Just to comprehend the extent of what we do, here you are; Lofiles`s last 3 months promotion work. Those were the artists we were raving about…..Arches, Die Jungen, Clandestine, Woom, Teen, TDM, Spacemonster, Chappo, Heather Schmidt, Charles Eric Charrier, The soft moon, Echo lake, Banjo or freakout, Chiara Angelicola, Ori Alboher, Agnes Obel, Itamar Ziegler, Loyal Divide, Pandit, James Vincent McMorrow, Aaron Hale, Yellow bird project, Kitteh Fur, Ricky eats acid, Chilly Gonzales, The gifted children, Sidi Toure, Blake Mills, Holcombe Waller, Junk Culture, Kiersten Holine, Julia Rovinsky, Rachel Grimes, Boyfriend, The do, Ernest Saint Laurent, Shilpa Ray, Imaginary Cities, Thinguma*jigsaw, Ersen, Monster Rally, Lee Noble, Kim Jung Mi, Psychic Ills, Olivier Alary, White Horse, Generationals, Dustin O`Halloran, Apparat organ quartet, Johann Johannsson, Valleys, Spectrals, Evols, Lower Dens, Milagres, The Nisco museum, The books, Men, Swing De Gitanes, Mirel Reznik, The new Andalusian orchestra.

Wide awake

February 24th, 2011

‘Wide awake’ by Arches: “This is a concept album about a character who lives alone in a city. Mundane routines drive the character to flee the city and become a drifter. The character’s perspective of reality becomes convoluted with memories and current travels to the point where the character becomes unable to decipher past and present experiences”. For some reason it takes me back to The Antlers last album, ‘Hospice‘, which is another great concept album, and Arches succeeded in creating the same strong environment. Could be real hard to to tell a touching and honest story these days, but these guys do.