Mappa is a newly launched label out of Slovakia and it's inaugural release comes from Jeph Jerman. The album is entitled 34°111'3"N 111°95'4"W and features three field recordings of an abandoned windmill located approximately one mile north of Jerman's hometown. These tracks were recorded over the course of two years and is presented without much embellishment. The press release contains a quote from an interview that Jerman had with Time Quotidian—"These days I don't try to evoke anything. I make sound that'll hopefully be listened to." It's apt considering the presentation of sounds on the album.
You can stream 34°111'3"N 111°95'4"W above via Mappa's Bandcamp. You can find more information about the album and purchase it here. The album is also available on cassette. Copies are limited to 70 and the first 35 purchases come with a small object found near the windmill. You can see a picture of these objects below. To keep up to date with future news from Mappa, follow their Facebook page here.