Posts Tagged: Solid Ground

Out Today by The Orchard: Wade Bowen, Ian Bagg & More

With a  rainy weekend ahead of us, we have just the right releases to accompany you under your dry and cozy blankets. Start your day with Wade Bowen’s Texas country tunes, elevate your mood in the afternoon with a dose of laughter from Ian Bagg, and top off your evening watching Along For The Ride to witness a fearless artist’s turbulent life, all… Read more »

Freeloader Friday: DEVO, He’s My Brother She’s My Sister, Bloc Party, Ramona Falls, Maps & Atlases, Zambri and Matthew E. White

Dear Freeloaders, it’s Friday! To enjoy your weekend, DEVO, He’s My Brother She’s My Sister, Bloc Party, Ramona Falls, Maps & Atlases, Zambri and Matthew E. White are here to offer you some great streams and videos… First up, DEVO sticks it to Mitt Romney in this awesome tribute to Seamus, the poor pup that spent a road… Read more »

Maps & Atlases Find “Solid Ground”

Chicago’s Maps & Atlases have debuted the first video from their debut full-length Perch Patchwork for “Solid Ground” over at MTV2’s Subterranean and MTVu, and they have announced tour dates for this November across the midwest and east coast. Filmed over a weekend in the beautiful Berkshires in western Massachusetts, the video was directed by… Read more »

Maps & Atlases Release Debut, Stream It At Spinner, Hit Daytrotter

After a string of promising EPs, the debut long player from Chicago’s Maps & Atlases has finally arrived. Perch Patchwork, released via Barsuk this Tuesday, is a fully-realized vision of earthy, organic pop, led by lead singer Dave Davison’s gloriously husky baritone and the band’s tempered interpretation of years of math rock and busy guitar… Read more »

Maps & Atlases Announce Debut Record Release On Barsuk

Barsuk Records is excited to announce that Chicago’s progressive songsmiths Maps & Atlases are set to release their debut album on June 29, 2010. Entitled Perch Patchwork, the record was produced by Jason Cupp (The Elected, Nurses, Cast Spells). The band’s unique style melds the technicality of progressive music and the idiosyncrasies of art rock… Read more »