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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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Yellow Ostrich

April 29th, 2011

Yellow Ostrich`s The mistress was Recorded from January – September 2010. Locations: an empty movie theater, a dorm room, a small office (all in Wisconsin) and an apartment in Manhattan.

The Mistress is also available as a limited edition yellow vinyl from Afternoon Records www.afternoonrecords.com/catalog/music

released 13 October 2010
Alex Schaaf – vocals, electric guitar, piano, floor tom, Casiotone, bass

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Not only for Emma

May 6th, 2009

This is another artist everyone loves to write about, but I love his 2 recent albums so much that I have got to include something about him here on Lofiles. His unique guitar tuning and down playing and falsetto vocals, and beautiful little are a big inspiration for me.
“Justin Vernon began recording under the nom de band Bon Iver following the breakup of DeYarmond Edison, an indie folk group similar in tone and manner to Iron & Wine, Little Wings and, to a certain extent, Bonnie “Prince” Billy. Vernon’s solo project took DeYarmond Edison’s introspective, folky sound and embellished it with squinchy, quirky orchestral touches that nodded to Sparklehorse and a drifty optimism reminiscent of the Flaming Lips. Vernon moved back to Wisconsin the winter following DeYarmond’s demise, setting up camp in a remote cabin in the north woods for three months. It was a hugely generative period for Vernon; writing and recording songs in 12-hour bursts, he found himself with a nine-song debut album by spring. He dubbed the project Bon Iver (an intentional misspelling of the French for “good winter”), and the disc, For Emma, Forever Ago, was released on Jagjaguwar in early 2008. Joined in his live shows by Sean Carey, Vernon toured throughout the eastern U.S. and Canada throughout the remainder of the year, sharing the stage with like-minded singer/songwriter Elvis Perkins. As the year progressed, the album became quite popular with both the buying public and critics, eventually landing on a number of “Best of 2008″ year-end lists. In January of 2009, Bon Iver returned with an EP of old and new songs titled Blood Bank”. Written by Margaret Reges

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