Mercury-nominated UK composer/producer Maps shares a Mark Peters (Engineers/Ulrich Schnauss) mix of the expansive orchestral gem ‘Surveil’, as he takes to the stage for the Sonic Cathedral 15th Anniversary show at Bush Hall on 4th November 2019, with support from Mark Peters and special guest DJ James Holden.
‘Surveil’ is taken from the critically acclaimed fourth album ‘Colours. Reflect. Time. Loss.’ released in May 2019 through Mute, scored and produced by Maps himself. The album features stunning, immersive and impressionistic songs with an orchestral approach, including collaborations with the likes of Echo Collective, and was inspired by the peaceful, isolated Northamptonshire countryside beyond the window of his studio.
Listen to ‘Surveil’ (Mark Peters mix) – BELOW:
‘Colours. Reflect. Time. Loss’:
She Sang To Me
The Plans We Made
You Exist In Everything
As a part of the MUTE 40 (1978>Tomorrow,) series the first two acclaimed Maps albums ‘We Can Create’ (2007) and ‘Turning the Mind’ (2009) have been released as a special edition reissue on green glass and orange vinyl.
Maps has remixed Depeche Mode, Public Service Broadcasting, Susanne Sundfør, C Duncan, M83 and more.
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