"Vitrine is proud to announce its very first compilation as well as its final release of 2014. Map of the Interiors nine tracks present a love letter to the heyday of mail-art culture and a promise that such international friendship is still thriving across postal channels and on the internet. In his collection, After Lorca, American poet Jack Spicer resuscitates the Spanish writer Federico Garcia Lorca through a series of letters sent across the gulf of time and mortality. Map of the Interior attempts to bridge a spatial, rather than temporal divide, with nine tracks devoted to the marriage of tape and breath. Tape prolongs the life of the voice, extending it beyond the body into the greater polis. Hiss, flutter, yawn. Map of the Interior features contributions from a distinguished pedigree of international artists, including Matthew Philip Hopkins, Arv & Miljö, Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson Yeast Culture, and Spoils & Relics, as well as Vitrine house artists Good Area and No Intention. “Things do not connect. They correspond.” Limited to 250 copies." - Vitrine.
A2 Matthew Hopkins - Scrambled Candle
A3 Yeast Culture - Imposition
A4 Spoils & Relics - Infrared Air
A5 No Intention - Place Names
B1 Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson - Go To Sleep
B2 Arv & Miljö - Det Mesta Regnar Bort
B3 Good Area - Limericks
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