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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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September 25th, 2010

Spencer Stephenson is a Texan sound sculptor, stitching samples together to creates dreamy soundscapes, recycling vintage sounds and make them sound so fresh. The result is a mix of psychedelia, hip hop and dreamy lush pop tracks, like the one you could listen to here. Feeling Today is Spencer Stephenson’s debut release under the Botany moniker, released by Western vinyl, the label that brought us all those great artists: J Tillman, Balmorhea, Goldmund, Slow six, Callers, Sleep whale, Bexar Bexar…

Feelin today

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


Cloudland canyon


Lower dens

Julian Lynch

Dylan Ettinger

Talk normal



Twin sister

City center

Crystal castles

The Luyas

Tame Impala



Phil Kline

Moon Duo


The Binary marketing show

The soft moon

Emit Bloch


White fence

Swing De Gitanes

The London souls

Zoe Keating


Slow Six


Lena Chamamyan

Darwin Deez

Christopher Tignor

February 1st, 2010

Heard him with his band, Slow Six. Christopher Tignor is performing on violin and his own software instruments,. His post-rock / electro-acoustic troupe Slow Six performs regularly in the NYC area and beyond and has released records on the New Albion and Western Vinyl labels. Tignor has received acclaim from publications including Pitchfork, The Wire, The New York Times, and Time Out New York who declared his debut LP one of the 10 best Classical recordings of 2004. His latest solo release of intimate works for violin and piano side by side with live electronic remixes is entitled Core Memory Unwound and can be found at his site http://www.wiresundertension.com/where he also gives away his signature software instruments. His music ranges from string-heavy chamber music to laptop quintets using his own software to electro-acoustic music, dance, and video collaborations. He has performed with a wide array of musicians including Zeena Parkins, Todd Reynolds, John Butcher, and Richard Teitelbaum, his early mentor. You could watch a session recorded at WFMU studios with Chris demonstrating his software, which enables him to manipulate his band mate guitar parts simultaneously. If u dig it, download the FREE software HERE.

Watch Cathedral:

Watch the WFMU session demonstrating his software:

Take it slow

January 29th, 2010

I have received a copy of Slow Six new album, out now on Western Vinyl. The first track on this wonderful wonderful record, ‘The night you lest new york’ reminded me of Robert Fripp`s arpeggios on ‘League of gentlemen’. Experimental instrumental album, with the amazing Christopher Tignor as musical director and on violin and his own composition software and Ben Lively on Violin. This is my band of the week and one of this month greater discoveries. Their sound is real tight, with the talented and great sounding Theo Metz on drums. With Stephen Griesgraber on guitar and Rob Collins on Fender Rhodes.The whole album has a Fripp-Eno experimental ambient feel to it and can compete with the greatest classic albums of Gentle Giant, Gong, Go…. If you are a serious music lover and listener you got to BUY THIS RECORD

Listen to   Cloud_Cover_(part 1)