8 thoughts on “ Broken Transit, Broken Soil - The Buttless Chaps - Cartography (CD, Album)

  1. Oct 14,  · Check out Cartography by The Buttless Chaps on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on funcchildsacbimatoo.terselfpahumbheartkahylencomplefire.co Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this album plus tens of millions more songs. Exclusive Prime pricing. Broken Transit, Broken Soil. Broken Transit, Broken Soil.
  2. Not as cheeky as the band name would have you believe, the Buttless Chaps' fourth release on Mint Records, Cartography, is a somber and straightforward affair. As the first release since their self-titled album to be written completely in the city, Dave Gowans ' surly-faced, National-esque vocals find him isolated in metropolis hustle, longing for nature and questioning technology.6/
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  4. Cartography, an album by The Buttless Chaps on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, Broken Transit, Broken Soil. 6. Are We Forgiven Now? 7. Coal Grey Sky. 8.
  5. From the dead-souls darkwave of "Broken Transit, Broken Soil" to the campfire twang of "Water by the Wayside", the group's latest album, Cartography, maps out terrain where others would fear to tread. It's a good indication that, 10 years into their career, the Chaps are just getting started.
  6. Cartography is a mesmerizing, virtual magnum opus from Vancouver's The Buttless Chaps. While previous Chaps albums have always tested the boundaries between organic folk and synthetic electronica, Cartography is an even more aggressive exploration of this binary, resulting in a beautifully wrought, complex and cohesive outing.
  7. Jan 12,  · - Vue WeeklyCartography is a mesmerizing, virtual magnum opus from Vancouver's The Buttless Chaps. While previous Chaps albums have always tested the boundaries between organic folk and synthetic electronica, Cartography is an even more aggressive exploration of this binary, resulting in a beautifully wrought, complex and cohesive outing.
  8. The Buttless Chaps are a now inactive indie band from Victoria, Canada. Victoria, Canada is pretty much the closest Canada to me, so I just know we’re going to hit it off. “Cartography” is the band’s eighth and final album, released in , one year before their break up.

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