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Boomkat Product Review:
Poptronica whiz kid James Chapman is on a bit of a roll. His first 10" for Mute was something of a revelation: Lost My Soul saw Maps managing to tackle electronic pop music in a mature and thoughtful fashion not normally associated with the genre. It was like the Postal Service had met up with Sigur Ros, and the results were simply magnificent. Next came the similarly ambitious Start Something, and soon we'll have the long-player We Can Create to satisfy our appetites, but in the meantime It Will Find You proves to be a tantalising morsel in itself. There's something slightly darker in feel about the title track, its melody propelled by a fizzing digital sound palette overcast by a droning moroseness that nonetheless manages to break into a typically expansive Maps chorus. The CD version includes two B-sides. The first, 'I Was Born Twice' sets some ecclesiastical organ riffing against an old-school hip hop break whilst Chapman's voice evokes the same authoritative hush you'd associate with Luke Haines on a good day. Finally, 'We're Not In Kansas Anymore' layers on the harmonised vocals and echo chamber post-rock gestures for a quietly epic conclusion.