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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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The Beardy Durfs

April 28th, 2012

Somehow, the cacophony, noise and mayhem created by The Beardy Durfs through their modified guitar pedals, homemade amps, broken guitars and seriously damaged drum kit, sounds real pleasant and absurdly enough, soothing to my ear. The Beardy Durfs hail from Copenhagen and they have just signed with the progressive Danish label Pad & Pen Records. Throughout 2012, the band will release a number of 7” singles, which will be compiled on their debut full length LP at the end of the year. The releases will be followed by a long line of small club shows in Denmark and abroad.


October 6th, 2011

Full Time Hobby are proud to announce the latest addition to their roster: Pinkunoizu. Named for the Japanese word for “pink noise”, the amorphous, Copenhagen-based band play a mixture of lo-fi,’60s Asian pop and post-apocalyptic future rock. The track is a taster of the band’s first Full Time Hobby release, the three-track PEEP EP, due for a November release. More news on that – and the debut album coming next year – to follow.


Alcoholic faith mission

January 14th, 2010

Alcoholic Faith Mission started in Brooklyn, NY in 2006. The apprentices of dejection, Thorben Seierø Jensen and Sune Sølund, were wandering around in the raw wintery-streets, shooting the breeze and brushing on alcoholism when suddenly before them was big neon cross. This was a holy congregation called Apostolic Faith Mission. “It’s just like booze is to the alcoholic, they thought. A true mission to withstand an empty existence; an Alcoholic Faith Mission.  Three months later the duo’s underplayed and dogmatic debut, ‘Misery Loves Company’, was ready. Dogma’s for the album, which was recorded in a small bedroom in Copenhagen, was that recordings had to take place at night, lit by only candles and always under the influence of alcohol. 

Two years later they went back to Brooklyn to seclude themselves in an old factory loft at 421 Wythe Avenue and came up with an alternative active creation process for the new album – perhaps one that was a bit easier on the liver. They tried on a selection of straightjackets for inspiration. Everything used to make the music had to be found within the loft’s four walls – creating some obscure, yet fitting sounds such as that of dictionaries beating each other to become an electronically muted bass drum.

This way of working turned into their second album; named after the street where they lived on – ‘421 Wythe Avenue’.

Listen to ‘We all have our shortcomings’. Buy their album here