Lo-Fi Song Of The Month
Ryan and I enjoy nothing more than lo-fi music, which is a mix of old samples, the imperfections of the vinyl crackle, loops from old jazz and blues records, with a nice hip hop vibe. It’s beautiful. It is a relaxing music that you can just listen to and zone out. We will be posting a few songs a month for those of you that enjoy more from our blog than just stories about sex. With that said, these songs are great to give blow jobs to, massages, or just lay back and let your man give you oral sex. Trust me, cumming to lo-fi takes it to another level.
The definition of “lo-fi” (usually spelled as “low-fi” before the 1990s) evolved continuously between the 1970s and 2000s; the term was added in the 1976 edition of the Oxford Dictionary under the definition “sound production less good in quality than ‘hi-fi.'” Before the 1990s, there was virtually no appreciation for the imperfections of lo-fi music among critics, but this changed after the emergence of a romanticism for home-recording and “do-it-yourself” (DIY) qualities. Afterward, “DIY” was often used interchangeably with “lo-fi”.