Life Size Maps, “This Same House”

Michael Giordano

Gregory Elias Cartelli

With binary code and the depths of outerspace printed on their T-shirts, the apparel choice of the Brooklyn trio Life Size Maps is congruent with their methodic and mechanical spaced out glitch-pop. Slightly more hook-oriented, the high 8-bit energy of Life Size Maps comes across like a more refined and less bubbly Anamanaguchi, without sacrificing any amusement in their new track, “This Same House.” A song born out of a growing impatience for a change of scenery, “This Same House” is dense in sounds and emotions.

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Life Size Maps is from the band’s upcoming album. You can catch them this month at their March residency at Pianos in Manhattan. Schedules and line-ups are below.

March 5
7pm The Silver Palms
8pm Lazyeyes
9pm Beiju
10pm Life Size Maps
11pm Limited
12am Imaginary Friends

March 12
7pm Turnip King
8pm Teen Girl Scientist Monthly
9pm Darlings
10pm Life Size Maps
11pm Grand Resort
12am Jangula

March 19 Old Flame Records Presents
7pm Gross Relations
8pm Toons
9pm Mean Creek
10pm Life Size Maps
11pm Shark?
12am Ghostt Blondee

March 26
7pm Dead Stars
8pm Butter the Children
9pm Hard Nips
10pm Life Size Maps
11pm Bambara

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