Maps - Vicissitude album FLAC
Vicissitude (CD, Album, Dig + CDr, EP, Car). Maps has a very particular sound that comes together very cohesively in this one. The vinyl has considerably more mellow high frequencies, which to me sounds better as I find the digital versions to be VERY bright in sound comparatively. The vinyl is unfortunately a sub-par pressing overall.
Maps – Vicissitude (2013). Posted by NewAlbumReleases. net On July - 9 - 2013. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. 02 – Built To Last 03 – You Will Find A Way 04 – I Heard Them Say 05 – Nicholas 06 – Vicissitude 07 – Left Behind 08 – This Summer 09 – Insignificant Others 10 – Adjusted To The Darkness. FLAC (362 mb): hitfile: download. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: May 9, 2019 - Maps – Colours.
July 6 2013, 1:01am, The Times. Mercury-nominated in 2007 for his debut album of celestial synth-pop, the career of Northampton’s James Chapman hasn’t quite followed the stellar trajectory anticipated. But he’s back on form with his reflective third album, Vicissitude. The title means the quality or state of being changeable - presumably he’s referring to brainwaves and not music, as this is mostly familiar territory for Chapman. bolts a motorik groove on to the billowing clouds of fuzzy synths, while I Heard Them Say is a gauzier take on Depeche Mode.