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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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May 29th, 2010

Little Tybee is a small but enchanting Barrier island off of the coast of Savannah, GA, whose tidal beaches are said to delicately blanket a scuttled atomic bomb that has been missing for over 60 years.  Little Tybee is also a band from Atlanta, GA that was formed in the winter of 2009 By Brock Scott, Josh Martin and Ryan Gregory.

 With a brand new music video created from the most brilliant artistic minds at Savannah College of Art & Design as well as the non-chalant yo-yo talent of Mark Montgomery, Little Tybee is releasing this gem to the world in support of their upcoming June tour and leading into their Fall album release.

 Starting off in their home town of Savannah on June 4th, Little Tybee will make their way North, hitting up Athens, Atlanta, Asheville, Brooklyn and Philadelphia before they return home on June 15th.


Under Byen Releases New Video and mp3 Download for “Kapitel 1”

May 29th, 2010

Denmark’s heavily atmospheric and strikingly beautiful septet Under Byen recently released their video for “Kapitel 1” (available on Vimeo), along with the mp3 download for the song (available for posting). 
Directed once again by visual artist Sidse Carstens, who was behind their video for “Alt Er Tabt” (All is lost), the clip focuses on a few dramatically coiffed characters, each enacting individualized, powerful gestures, collectively focusing on their hair. As the director states, “I’ve decided to do this as a piece of art, not a music video in the common sense of the word. I often work with different characters in my movies.”

“Kapitel 1” (Chapter 1) is taken from Under Byen’s recently released fourth album, Alt Er Tabt, available now on Paper Bag Records.



April 17th, 2010

Listen to new release of the debut EP from Guelph-based band Mathemagic on Paper Bag Digital! The duo, made up of brother Dylan and Evan Eutuneier creates summery music featuring warm, dazed guitar riffs, barely-there synths, and blissed out harmonies.

Tweak it Twig

November 5th, 2009


I have downloaded this amazing double mixtape of Slim Twig called “Spit it Twig” recommended by friends at Bighassle. His unique style is a mixture of hiphop based groove with ragged samples, twisted pop, rock, the funkiest out there theatrical vocals you have heard. its like a collaboration of Tricky, Public Enemy and Outkast. He says he is committed to the free mixtape format he admires so much in artists like Lil Wayne.The first volume is more Hiphop based material while the second one is wilder and more abstract and is featuring collaborations with David Lynch, Dirty Beaches, Onakabazien and more…I love this project a lot and very exited to discover an inspiring artist like Slim Twig, coming from Paper Bag records,.
this wonderful label who brought us Sally Shapiro, CFCF, Woodhands, Plastikman, Tokyo police club, and many more. I have chosen to play you a favorite track from both parts. Thank you Brooke for this gift






August 12th, 2009

Woodhands is dirty electronic music. “Potentially huge. The singer plays a keytar and looks like a deranged Elvis Costello. Their MySpace has a brilliant version of Electric Aveneue, and they did a killer cover of I Kissed A Girl.” -Simon Raymonde, Bella Union Records owner. Toronto electro-duo Woodhands is back! The band has started into a set of tour dates in the US armed with a new remix of Peter Bjorn & John’s song “Nothing.” They are also looking forward to performing at this year’s Monolith Festival at Red Rocks. Woodhands is currently working on the followup to their celebrated debut from last spring, Heart Attack. The album will be called Remorsecapade and is due out on Paper Bag Records later this year.