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Hullo, PICTISH TRAIL, here - with a round-up of all the music we are releasing through Lost Map’s PostMap Club this month. I’ve also got a bit of spooky chat / advice about a recent demo submission…
In today’s episode, we get to meet KOPPIES - a brand new collaborative project from singer songwriters Victoria Hume, Chris Letcher and Matthew van der Want, based in Johannesburg. They talk us through their debut EP, a co-release between Lost Map and South Africa’s legendary Shifty Records imprint. Follow them online, here: https://koppies.co.uk/
We’ve resurrected our THIS OR THAT gameshow, in which we ask YOU (the public) to pose the most taxing of questions to our roster of hot musical talent. Our contestants this month are Matt + Owen, aka KINBOTE + KISZES - a new electronic-pop collaboration from Edinburgh/East Lothian.
Finally we’ve got some news on a festival that Lost Map is helping to curate - JUPITER RISING. Taking place over 27th & 28th August 2021, just outside Edinburgh, there’s going to be performances from Pictish Trail, Alabaster dePlume, Rachel Aggs, Free Love, Romeo Taylor, Callum Easter and more. You can find out more by going to http://jupiterrising.art.
We close today’s show with ‘What You Think?’, the first single from Callum Easter’s forthcoming album, System. PostMap Club members will have received a code, for a discount on the limited edition LP, in bottle-green vinyl.
1. Clip of Firestations - ’Sun In Your Eyes'
2. Clips of Koppies EP
3. Koppies - ‘Hospital Song’
4. Kinbote + Kiszes - ‘GPA’
5. Callum Easter - ‘What You Think?'
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.