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August 5th, 2010

This EP is so rich sounding, Kick and bass thumping, The Holograms EP by Fol Chen, regulars here at Lofiles. The EP is available for free downl..oad HERE, so take advantage of the situation, download and blast it on your fat sounding system, brohim.

Catch them on tour with ‘The Apples in stereo’, dates HERE

Fol Chen offers In Ruins Remix EP for free download, announces LA album release show

April 29th, 2010

It hit the webwaves like a virus, quickly spreading its way to the top of the charts on Hype Machine, making its rounds on blogs and creeping into tweets like an excited facial twitch. “In Ruins” is the dystopian feel-good dance track for spring, and signals good things to come on Fol Chen’s sophomore release, Part II: The New December, out in early July. Kárin Tatoyan takes vocal lead on “In Ruins” – whose playful escapism recalls Fol Chen’s earlier hit, “Cable TV” – as an Eastern melody rings out from a vintage Madonna-ish mélange of cutup funk, fuzz bass and tinkling ivories. The song speaks to a bleak landscape, a post-apocalyptic urban warfare, yet our protagonist finds a hope in the beauty of a lover as their face is illuminated by siren lights.
The virus has now mutated into remixes and alternate versions by drum-n-tape newcomer Baths, the woozy chant-funk of Keepaway, the ghostwhisperings of Kárin Tatoyan and the sunken treasure hunter and Fol Chen member Julian Wass. These new strains have been collected, identified and neatly displayed for further study. This collection proves that In Ruins proves to be sexy, deadly, and contagious as ever.
Starting today, the EP will be released for free through Folchen.com and Asthmatic Kitty’s website as part of the recruitment initiative spearheaded by the Subcommittee for Post-Adolescent Indoctrination.

Princeton announces Feb. Mon. night residency at Spaceland, plus dates w/ Editors, Noise Pop, SXSW and KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic

January 30th, 2010

Los Angeles-based Princeton released its debut record, ‘Cocoon of Love’, September 29th on Kanine Records. Growing up on Princeton Street in Santa Monica, the group now lives in an aging green house on a hillside in the Eagle Rock district of LA where their album was recorded. 

Among the many detrimental effects that love has on the mind, one of the more subtle is the way it litters the memory with a batch of misplaced associations – places, figures, products and (especially) music that, through chance, become invested with deep personal significance. This detritus of love is scattered all over Princeton’s, Cocoon of Love, right down to its title, taken from a chance line on a long-ago-cancelled children’s show. Stacks of herbal tea, a glow-in-the-dark monument, paperback writers, the Wall Street Journal, a departing Mercedes, The Metamorphosis, a series of Cambridge-commissioned paintings, video arcades, graffiti, and a cyclist on the Autobahn all figure prominently into Princeton’s musical sketches. 

Princeton is twin brothers Jesse & Matt Kivel, Ben Usen and David Kitz.


Feb 1: Spaceland, Los Angeles, CA %

Feb 3: Doug Fir, Portland, OR

Feb 5: Showbox at the Market Seattle, WA *

Feb 6: Commodore Ballroom Vancouver, BC *

Feb 8: Spaceland, Los Angeles, CA #

Feb 9: House of Blues San Diego, CA *&

Feb 15: Spaceland, Los Angeles, CA $

Feb 22: Live on KCRW / Morning Becomes Eclectic

Feb 22: Spaceland, Los Angeles, CA +

Feb 24: Bottom of the Hill, San Francisco, CA @ (Noise Pop)

Mar 17 – 20 SXSW Austin, TX

* = w/ Editors

& = w/ The Antlers

@ = w/ Rogue Wave

% = w/ Active Child, 60 Watt Kid, TS and The Past Haunts

# = w/ Rafter, Casxio, Jubilee Singers

$ = w/ Wade Ryff & Friends, Le Switch, Adam Stern

+ = w/ LANME, Castledoor

Listen to Shout it out (Fol Chen remix)

Watch Calipso gold

The longer u wait

August 17th, 2009

Asmathic kitty releases a free remix complilation of artists Fol Chen, remixes of the track “The Longer U wait”. You could find the works of Matthew David, Liars, Rafter and the artist as well.

The longer U wait