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Once again, Pictish Trail goes through this month’s PostMap Club releases, playing brand new music from the Lost Map label - including tracks from Sulka, Savage Mansion, and an exclusive live session with Alexia Avina.
Ambient-folk artist, Alexia Avina tells us all about her start in music, the scene in Montreal and the making of her album Unearth, as well as the story behind the new live session she’s recorded for us. The full session video will be live-streamed on Thursday 11th March 2021, with free access for PostMap Club members.
In First Gig / Worst Gig, we are joined by Mike, Laura and Martin from Firestations - who show off their cool indie-credentials with anecdotes of the first gig they attended as punters … before shovelling the bleak reality of life in a band with tales of the worst gig they’ve ever played themselves.
Due to (un)popular demand, our regular feature THIS OR THAT has been cancelled this month - and has been replaced with a pilot for a new segment called Lost Chats. This month, staff members Bart & Laura talk the nitty-gritty with Craig Angus from Savage Mansion, about his new single, upcoming album, and also the link between dogs and terrorist organisations (terrierists?). This is a clip of a full episode that will be made available to PostMap Club members later in the month.
1. Sulka - Clip of ’Hollow Days’ / ‘Hollow Days (acoustic version)'
2. Savage Mansion - Clip of ‘Wig Wise’
3. Alexia Avina - Clips of Unearth + live session
4. Alexia Avina - ‘Know My Place’ (live session)
5. Firestations - Clip of ‘Low Ratio (Sunken Version)'
6. Savage Mansion - ‘Prizes’
To support Lost Map, and to listen to music featured in the programme in full, you should join our PostMap Club. A monthly membership starts at just £3, and you'll receive printed postcards delivered to your door every month, containing downloads of new music from the label. You also receive a membership badge, newsletter and discount codes for other stuff from our webshop. Visit lostmap.com/club for details on how to join.
Lost Map Podcast is presented by Pictish Trail. Additional production and editing by Joe Cormack. This episode is made possible with support from Creative Scotland.