About Mappa Mundi
The members of Mappa Mundi all washed ashore one day on this lush and lonely island, each one having followed a very different map toward a new verdant world. Steeling nerve and body against the elements, wild beasts, and blood thirsty cannibals, they continue to cast out into the sea with the strains of their music, hoping one day to be found.
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Monthly Archives: April 2011
“Lost” is an older song, one of the earliest to earn the Mappa Mundi label. It was originally envisioned as a rock song with loud, driving guitars, but then when I started this whole Chamber Pop experiment it turned into … Continue reading
“So Obscure” definitely falls into the category of story songs told through the use of inner monologue. It’s about two people with the arguably noble ambitions of creating something meaningful and valuable with their lives. Despite continually scaling back their expectations … Continue reading