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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 the very best of – Jan – June 2010

June 24th, 2010

This is ‘The very best of Lofiles’ January – June 2010, our very own kinda World Cup, and it is important to point out that all of the artists listed below are finalists, we love and respect them all. Enjoy their music and support the artists by buying their albums.

Yellow fever

Arch M

Viernes

Cloudland canyon

Flight

Lower dens

Julian Lynch

Dylan Ettinger

Talk normal

Gonjasufi

Sonnymoon

Twin sister

City center

Crystal castles

The Luyas

Tame Impala

Gayngs

Mathemagic

Phil Kline

Moon Duo

Tinariwen

The Binary marketing show

The soft moon

Emit Bloch

Memoryhouse

White fence

Swing De Gitanes

The London souls

Zoe Keating

GR

Slow Six

Shlohmo

Lena Chamamyan

Darwin Deez


Lena Chamamyan

January 16th, 2010

Lena Chamamyan Was born in Damascus city. She has graduated from the higher institution of music in Damascus as a classical vocalist in 2007. Throughout her university education, she attended classical music workshops , one with Gloria Skalki (Italy), one with Karmen Filarna (Italy), and with Mia Bits (Netherlands). She also attended Jazz workshops, most importantly, with the German Accordionist Manfred Leuschter, with whom she collaborated on many mutual recording projects. Lena attempts to revive Syrian folk music, and deliver it in a contemporary style and arrangement on one hand, and to keep the originality of the tunes and the lyrics on the other hand, in order to create a link between monotonous oriental classic music and contemporary world music. She believes this will make it easier for western audience to comprehend and listen to a’ harder to digest’ Arabic music. I have received a mail from a dear friend this afternoon with a link to this beautiful song of hers. Check it out…