Quincy Mumford – Thank You


Start your week off right with the smooth debut single by Quincy Mumford called “Thank You.” The New Jersey native shows off his dexterous skill set and musical aptitude by blending soulful melodies and a sultry beat in the lead single from his forthcoming EP Every Wednesday.
It’s not just your average love song. It’s a celebration of all women.

Quincy Mumford – Thank You

Àbáse – Skeme Goes All City


Budapest-born producer and keyboardist Szabolcs Bognar kicks off a new collaborative jazz project called Àbáse with the debut single entitled “Skeme Goes All City.”

Built on a bed of soothing, cinematic harmonies into which the different components flow, “Skeme Goes All City” plays on a repetitive melodic structure, while managing to continually evolve as the track progresses. It’s a dedication to the New York graffiti pioneer Skeme and the power of self expression in Hip Hop culture.

“We wrote and recorded the track in one improvised studio session in the oldschool way,” says Bognar when describing the track. “All the musicians in the same room, no headphones, no chance for correcting mistakes or editing. Raw.”

Àbáse – Skeme Goes All City

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Nick AM Remixes Talagh by The Persian Madonna


Faegheh Atashin — better known by her stage name Googoosh or the “Persian Madonna” — is an Iranian singer and actress popular in the 50s, 60s and 70s. This pre-revolutionary Iran saw a renaissance of psychedelic rock. Googoosh dabbled in the genre with songs like “Talagh” (Divorce).

Iranian American producer, Nick AM, pays homage to Googoosh in his new remix of the track “I just dropped this funky edit of a classic 70’s song by the Persian Madonna, Googoosh,” explains the Brooklyn-based artist. “My friends have been urging me to tap into my heritage for a while now, and I finally succumbed.” I think I speak for everyone when I say that we are glad he did.

Googoosh – Talagh (Nick AM Remix)



At the age of 12 Radamiz was started to become influenced by the rappers of the day; Jadakiss, Jay Z, Eminem helped shape the young MC’s idea of what a great lyricist was supposed to sound like. Raised by Dominican-immigrant parents in Brooklyn, New York, 25-year-old MC Radamiz’s latest single is an ode to his hometown.

Radamiz – NYNYNYNY

October 2018 Mixtape


The New LoFi monthly mixtape is an hour-long mix covering all of the music posted to the blog last month. Want to be cooler than all your friends with the latest tracks from artists you’ve never heard of? This is the mix you need to listen to.

Learn more about each artist by clicking on the track title in the playlist below. The Monthly Mixtape is now available on iTunes. You can also download the whole mix by right clicking on the title of the Mixtape and selecting “Save As…”

…or just stream the mix below:

TNLF 2018 October Mixtape


Something Jazzy for Sunday: Dave Pike

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Here’s something jazzy for your Sunday: Dave Pike’s track “Mathar.” Originally released on “Noisy Silence – Gentle Noise” LP, on MPS Records in 1969, this cut was taken from the “From Latin… To Jazz Dance vol. 1″ LP (released on Rare Groove Recordings in 2003).

Dave Pike – mathar

Astronauts, etc.


“Eye to Eye” tries stripping the “pop song” down to its essential parts and then reconstructing it as succinctly as possible. One vocal melody covering both verse and chorus. One guitar riff. One perpetual drum beat. Economy pop.

Astronauts, etc. – Eye to Eye

Throwback Thursday: Malcolm Dodds


Malcolm Dodds was an American singer and composer who had multiple hits in the 1950s, 60s and 70s. “Laugh My Heart” and “Fools Rush In” are just two of those hits from Malcolm Dodds and his Tunedrops. Get your doo wop on!

Malcolm Dodds – Laugh my heart


Malcolm Dodds – Fools Rush In