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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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January 22nd, 2012

Watch the incredible documentary made by Swedish company House of Radon about the direction of art in the digital era we are at. Great photography, sight and sound, and whats most important the human touch in this sterile age. Performances by Moby, Olafur Arnalds, Hot Chip, Robyn and lots more. A must for all of you….besides.. at these times of the SOPA cloud, this is presented to you free of charge.

Yellow smile

September 2nd, 2011

In 1998, cancer took the life of avant-garde cellist Tom Cora, a musician who never received his due acclaim. On ‘Hallelujah, Anyway; Remembering Tom Cora’, we can hear some of Cora’s finest moments and dozens of his musical friends performing works that celebrate the musician’s life. This double-CD tribute to the late cellist Tom Cora was released on John Zorn‘s Tzadik label, the label that brought us dozens of memorable jazz albums, new music, and experimental releases, (Tzadik donated all the profits of this release to Cora’s surviving family).

One of the tracks on this amazing Tribute is ‘Yellow Smile’ by Hahn Rowe. I have known Hahn since the Eighties as I owned a small 8 track recording studio together with engineer/ partner Y. Vazan, and we were quite involved with NYC Avant guard Downtown scene, a scene Hahn was an active member of. I have been following his work ever since. He has always kept his signature, his tone, his sound, whether he used the Violin, his main instrument,  a guitar, a feedback or a sample. This guy has never compromised or sold out his art, and when I heard ‘Yellow Smile’ which has been released 20 years after meeting him, it still sounded fresh, as it did sound in the first day I have heard him play.

Some xtra bio stuff:

HR – Composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist (violin, guitar, electronics). A member of Glenn Branca‘s ensemble in the mid 80s, he was introduced to NYC’s then called The Downtown scene. It was during this time that he joined the unique quartet Hugo Largo, who released two acclaimed records on Brian Eno‘s Opal/Land label. Hahn Rowe has worked with musicians who could really take advantage of his unique sound and style such as David Byrne, Foetus, Ikue Mori, Antony and the Johnsons, Moby, That petrol emotion, Syd Straw, and Swans to name a but a few. Hahn Rowe‘s work choreographer Meg Stuart (Damaged Goods) has resulted in the creation of 7 major dance/theater works – ‘Disfigure Study’, ‘No Longer readymade’, ‘Swallow my yellow smile’, ‘Replaement’, ‘Blessed’, ‘Forgeries, Love and other matters’, and ‘Do animals cry‘. Hahn is currently active as a composer for film and television, creating scores for films such as ‘Clean, shaven’ by Lodge Kerrigan, ‘Spring forward’ by Tom Gilroy and ‘Married in America’ by Michael Apted.

Yellow Smile


February 18th, 2010

For twenty years at the famed Carnegie Hall venue in NYC, the annual benefit concert has assembled some of the biggest names in music and offers audiences a mix of unprecedented musical collaborations and solo offerings. Past unforgettable concerts have featured such talents as David Bowie, Paul Simon, Sheryl Crow, Moby, Sigur Ros, Bright Eyes, R.E.M., The National, Natalie Merchant, Rufus Wainwright, Vampire Weekend, Emmylou Harris, Live, Ray Davies and Damien Rice, among many others.

(February 17, 2010 – New York, NY) Tibet House US is proud to announce the complete line up of the 20th Annual Benefit Concert at Carnegie Hall. This year’s esteemed line up, guided by artistic director Philip Glass, includes Iggy Pop, Patti Smith with Jesse Smith, Regina Spektor, Gogol Bordello, Pierce Turner, Bajah + The Dry Eye Crew and Tenzin Kunsel. The concert will take place on Friday, February 26th and tickets are still available via the Carnegie Hall Box Office.