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Maps & Atlases - Two EPs flac album
  • Performer Maps & Atlases
  • Title Two EPs
  • Style Indie Rock, Math Rock
  • Other formats MP1 VOX MP2 AIFF VOX ADX WMA
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1956 mb
  • Size FLAC 1376 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 769

Maps & Atlases Maps & Atlases - Audiotree Live, released 01 September 2015 1. Vampires 2. Fever 3. Pigeon 4. Solid Ground Maps and Atlases are an endlessly influential mathematical rock band from the Windy City. Their primarily math rock upbringing, inspired by bands like Hella and Don Caballero gave way to progressive, beat-centric indie rock. Band Members Chris Hainey – Drums David Davison – Guitar Shiraz Dada – Bass. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. 4. Solid Ground 03:02 video. Maps and Atlases are an endlessly influential mathematical rock band from the Windy City.

Maps & Atlases is an indie rock band which formed in Chicago, Illinois, United States in 2004. The band consists of Dave Davison (vocals, guitar), Erin Elders (guitar), Shiraz Dada (bass) and Chris Hainley (drums). The band released their long-awaited first full-length album, Perch Patchwork, on June 29, 2010. The record was produced by Jason Cupp (The Elected, Nurses, Cast Spells). The members of Maps & Atlases met in Chicago while attending art school, formed the band in 2004 and have released two EPs through indie label Sargent House. While Tree, Swallows, Houses showcased the band’s more technical side, the subsequent You And Me And The Mountain presented more earthly and digestible songs that earned comparisons to TV On The Radio, Deerhoof, CAN, and even Prince.

MAPS & ATLASES Videos (DVD, Blu-ray, VHS etc). MAPS & ATLASES Boxset & Compilations (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download). MAPS & ATLASES Official Singles, EPs, Fan Club & Promo (CD, EP/LP, MC, Digital Media Download). Maps and Atlases is a vocal math rock outfit that has put together two EPs of which You and Me and the Mountain is the second. Five relatively short songs are all we get. But in fine math tradition, the band packs quite a bit in at once.

Maps & Atlases’ early EPs featured the group pushing the technical limits of their abilities by embracing musical tactics like tapped guitar parts, syncopation and polyrhythms. But with their newest album, Beware and Be Grateful, Dave Davison (guitar/vocals), Erin Elders (guitar), Shiraz Dada (bass) and Chris Hainey (drums) have refined their early sound without entirely ditching it. 2010’s Perch Patchwork, their first LP and release on Barsuk Records, showed a gradual change. On Maps & Atlases latest record, the Chicago quartet continues their musical progression.

Two EPs. ~ Release group by Maps & Atlases. Two EPs. CD. 12. US. Sargent House.

Maps & Atlases is an exception. Maps & Atlases is truly talented and onto something special. While Perch Patchwork is quite a departure from their first two EPs, Maps and Atlases have crafted a wonderful tapestry that, while not shying away from their earlier work, charts new territory with the introduction of different sonic elements, exhibiting maturation in musicianship and song writing that should please current fans while drawing interest from those who desire unique and interesting alternatives to.

About Maps & Atlases. Midwestern indie outfit Maps & Atlases perform rock blended with pastoral folk, pop, and experimental influences similar to Fleet Foxes, Alt-J, and Minus the Bear. From their early math rock roots to their sprawling 2010 debut Perch Patchwork, they eventually evolved to incorporate pop elements on fourth album Lightlessness Is Nothing New, which arrived in 2018 following an extended hiatus during which time the members pursued personal artistic endeavors and new musical outlets. Formed in 2004 while founding members Erin Elders (guitar), Shiraz Dada (bass), Chris.


1 Witch 3:23
2 Artichokes 2:55
3 You And Me And The Mountain 3:47
4 Daily News 4:09
5 Ted Zancha 3:16
6 Everyplace Is A House 3:58
7 The Most Trustworthy Tin Cans 3:57
8 The Ongoing Horrible 2:05
9 Big Bopper Anthems 4:42
10 Stories About Ourselves 3:45
11 The Sounds They Make 1:31
12 Songs For Ghosts To Haunt To 4:07


Card sleeve, release sold on tour.