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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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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.


BoF

February 3rd, 2011

Banjo or Freakout album is coming out at the end of February. It was recorded with Nicolas Vernhes at Rare Book Room Studio in New York It will be released via Memphis Industries in Europe on March 7st and via Rare Book Room in the US on March 8th. BoF will be touring the UK and the US supporting the Go! Team and Papercuts from the beginning of February. Here`s the title track of Go Ahead, BOF`s new album..

Go_Ahead


Oh holly night

December 19th, 2010

It seems like it all comes down to this night, something special about it, there is something in the air, and ‘Oh holly night’ ( Banjo or freakout song) is definitely a left turn from Generationals last song. It`s so funny, listening to Banjo or freakout`s album with my headphones on, while they play this horrible birthday song for this table of guests at my local coffee shop…there is this sickening ritual, a happy waitress coming out of the kitchen with a cheesy looking birthday cake with a lit candle, and they start playing this real horrible song, it happens around twice a day, thank god I am armed with my AKG headphones, and even better, with Banjo or freakout`s excellent album that I downloaded awhile back, its just that this band name turned me off for some reason.. and again, a post with an added value, our graphics. I have asked a regular customer who later on had become a dear friend, for his opinion about our graphics. He made a face, not saying whether he liked it or not, and just said’…well, this is definitely your style’….

Oh_holly_night


British Music Embassy Announces SXSW Lineup, Showcases Presented By NME, Moshi Moshi, Transgressive/Rockfeedback, And Ras Kwame From BBC Radio 1, Featuring Billy Bragg, 65daysofstatic, Band Of Skulls, Wave Machines, Johnny Flynn And MANY More

February 15th, 2010

Monday Evening
Strummerville / Jail Guitar Doors Presents:

The British Music Embassy @ Latitude 30, 512 San Jacinto
8pm – 2am
Billy Bragg
Chris Shiflett
Get Cape Wear Cape Fly
Beans On Toast
Smokey Angle Shades
Nat Jenkins
Supernovas
Tuesday Evening
UKTI @ SXSWi:

The British Music Embassy @ Latitude 30, 512 San Jacinto
8pm – 1am
Fenech Soler
One Night Only
Unicorn Kid
Stricken City
Viva City
Wednesday Lunchtime
Belfast Rocks:

The British Music Embassy @ Latitude 30, 512 San Jacinto
12 midday – 3pm
Fighting With Wire
And So I Watch You From Afar
General Fiasco
Strait Laces
Wednesday Afternoon
Huw Stephen’s (BBC Radio 1) Presents British Music In Association with AIM, PPL, PRS for Music and UKTI @ SXSW Launch Party (Invitation Only):

The British Music Embassy @ Latitude 30, 512 San Jacinto
5pm – 7pm
Band Of Skulls
Everything Everything
Smoke Fairies
Wednesday Evening SXSW Official Showcase
Transgressive/Rockfeedback Presents In Association With PRS for Music:

The British Music Embassy @ Latitude 30, 512 San Jacinto
9pm – 2am
Chew Lips
Johnny Flynn
Pulled Apart By Horses
The Invisible
Banjo Or Freakout
Thursday Lunchtime
Yorkshire SXSW Party:

The British Music Embassy @ Latitude 30, 512 San Jacinto
11:30 am – 2:45pm
65daysofstatic
One Night Only
Pulled Apart By Horses
Slow Club
Middleman
Thursday Afternoon
Music From Wales:

The British Music Embassy @ Latitude 30, 512 San Jacinto
3pm – 6pm
Polly Mackey
Cate Le Bon
Race Horses
Straight Lines
Thursday Evening SxSW Official Showcase
Ras Kawme (BBC Radio 1 Xtra) Presents In Association With UK Trade & Investment:

The British Music Embassy @ Latitude 30, 512 San Jacinto
8pm – 2am
Ras Kwame
VV Brown
Master Shortie
Envy
Bubbz
Friday Afternoon
Showcasing Scotland (Day):

The British Music Embassy @ Latitude 30, 512 San Jacinto
2pm – 5pm
Broken Records
Twin Atlantic
Young Fathers
Fangs
The Law
Friday Evening SxSW Official Showcase
NME Presents In Association With PPL:

The British Music Embassy @ Latitude 30, 512 San Jacinto
8pm – 2am
The Drums
Everything Everything
Smith Westerns
Chapman Family
Grave Babies
Active Child
Saturday Lunchtime
PRS For Music Foundation / British Music Abroad Brunch:

The British Music Embassy @ Latitude 30, 512 San Jacinto
12 midday – 2pm
The Crookes
Broadcast 2000
Allo Darlin’
Saturday Afternoon
Liverpool Sound City, The Best Of The Northwest:

The British Music Embassy @ Latitude 30, 512 San Jacinto
3pm – 6pm
Wave Machines
Everything Everything
John Smith
Suzukis
The Lovely Eggs
Ten Bears
Saturday Evening SxSW Official Showcase
Moshi Moshi Presents In Association With AIM:

The British Music Embassy @ Latitude 30, 512 San Jacinto
8pm – 2am
Django Django
Still Flyin’
Slow Club
The Wave Pictures
Best Fwends
Cate Le Bon