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Life Size Maps open for Oberhofer with Celestial Shore on 05.02 at Glasslands





Life Size Maps open for Oberhofer with Celestial Shore on 05.02 at Glasslands

Brooklyn’s Life Size Maps have a pretty huge slot to fill with their warbled noise pop— they’re on before Oberhofer and Celestial Shore at Glasslands this Thursday (5/2), so their airtight grooves had better stay that way. Mike McKeever’s deliberate vocal style and heavily effected, meandering guitar serve as fitting centerpieces for their proprietary brand of post-postmodern rock, and with a locked-in rhythm section there’s little to fault them on. With a name that came from a stoned friend’s musings and a sound that’s difficult to pin down to any one corner, this trio is destined for success—or at least to rock your face off at Glasslands. The band is currently in the studio finalizing their debut full length, in the meantime check out their recent video for single "Abstract Speed" below - Zack Kraimer

[Streaming content removed upon request of the artist, listen to Life Size Maps here]

Published: April 30, 2013 |

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