Maps For Travelers
Kansas City, MO
Rock / Indie Rock
have some great shows coming up in Omaha and Kansas City with Ladyfinger and Everyday
Everynight. As well Chicago and Milwaukee With The Casket Lottery and Jar'd loose.
We would love to see all of you who live close out at a show.
We are almost done with our debut record, just putting the finishing
touches on it over the next few weeks and we will have some exciting news about
the release soon.
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Maps For Travelers
Zach,RL, Kevin, Derek
"Fast forward a few hours, and the evening shows are kicking off in succession
all across Westport. Maps For Travelers opened up the Riot Room (inside, this time)
and the crowd was already teeming with people excited for the bands to come. Most
importantly, the band performing that very moment should not be ignored. The four
guys on stage played until the sweat rolling down in their eyes blinded them, and
then played even more. The influences of the band are a bit curious, but their live
show is executed with the ferocity of a young(er) Hot Water Music and gives plenty
of nods to the various projects of Walter Schreifels and Jonah Matranga in the process." Greg,
Riot On The Plaza
"While Maps for Travelers
is a fairly new band (they’ve been around for less than two years), the musicians
that make up the group have quite a track record. So it’s no surprise that
their songs immediately grabbed our attention.
Maps for Travelers is everything you could ask for in a great local rock band. They’re
screamy, headbang and never have a shortage of energy. I was particularly fond of
the drummer and his spunk. His enthusiasm was infectious." Falestine
Afani , I Heart Local Music
"The songs mash together
the snarling post-hardcore riffs of Taking Back Sunday and the muscular melodies
of early Jimmy Eat World. Maps for Travelers echoes the savage vocal shredding of
many adolescent pop-punk bands, but a more nuanced, well-developed song structure
imbues Regress/Progress with refreshing depth and durability" Elke Mermis,