Just to comprehend the extent of what we do, here you are; Lofiles`s last 3 months promotion work. Those were the artists we were raving about…..Arches, Die Jungen, Clandestine, Woom, Teen, TDM, Spacemonster, Chappo, Heather Schmidt, Charles Eric Charrier, The soft moon, Echo lake, Banjo or freakout, Chiara Angelicola, Ori Alboher, Agnes Obel, Itamar Ziegler, Loyal Divide, Pandit, James Vincent McMorrow, Aaron Hale, Yellow bird project, Kitteh Fur, Ricky eats acid, Chilly Gonzales, The gifted children, Sidi Toure, Blake Mills, Holcombe Waller, Junk Culture, Kiersten Holine, Julia Rovinsky, Rachel Grimes, Boyfriend, The do, Ernest Saint Laurent, Shilpa Ray, Imaginary Cities, Thinguma*jigsaw, Ersen, Monster Rally, Lee Noble, Kim Jung Mi, Psychic Ills, Olivier Alary, White Horse, Generationals, Dustin O`Halloran, Apparat organ quartet, Johann Johannsson, Valleys, Spectrals, Evols, Lower Dens, Milagres, The Nisco museum, The books, Men, Swing De Gitanes, Mirel Reznik, The new Andalusian orchestra.
Posts Tagged ‘Woom’
When you listen to Woom, you think of pop contemporaries that have completely changed the sound of indie music like Animal Collective, Tune-Yards, and Micachu and the Shapes. Woom generates music that is timeless as it is strange and new.
‘Muu’s Way’, out this summer on Ba Da Bing, showcases the fruits of Eben Portnoy and Sara Magenheimer’s 6-year collaboration. Beneath its incredibly detailed DIY production brims a wild, uncontainable energy. Skittering beats, deep-diving bass, crumbling guitars and crackling voices swarm around exceptionally unique pieces.
This is the last of four video loops based on the seasons commissioned by the Berkeley Art Museum. This one is Winter and was screened in conjunction with the exhibition, Flowers of the Four Seasons: Ten Centuries of Art from the Clark Center for Japanese Art and Culture, and curated by Tomo Yasuda.
Music “Under Muu” by WOOM from the album “Muu’s Way” Badabing Records 2010.