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PICTISH TRAIL has survived another birthday, and says he feels like a different man - but if anything he sounds just as groggy and jaded as on the previous episode. Luckily there’s plenty of new music coming out on the label this month to keep his spirits up, including an exclusive live session from EMMA KUPA (of Standard Fare / Mammoth Penguins fame).
JENNY MOORE’S MYSTIC BUSINESS have a brand new EP coming out this month, on 12” vinyl, entitled He Earns Enough. Jenny has taken some time to tell us about her life in music, and an in-depth look at each of the 5 tracks on the EP. The band are currently rehearsing for an EP launch happening at the Victoria venue in Dalston, London, on Sunday 10th October. It’s an afternoon performance, and support comes from our good pal Rachel Aggs (Trash Kit / Sacred Paws). You can check out tickets + gig info, here: https://link.dice.fm/rtPNyo19Xjb
CLÉMENTINE MARCH has recorded a brand new single, ‘Isolated’, and joins us for this month’s edition of FIRST GIG WORST GIG - telling us all about the first gig she ever attended as a punter, and her worst ever gig as a performer. She’s conveniently just announced a new tour, with fellow Lost Mapper MOLLY LINEN, which is taking place from 21st - 27th March 2022. You can see all the dates over on Clémentine’s Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/clementinemarch/
There’s also the first play of a new song from SULKA, the breezy, intimate ’Skyline’ - taken from his forthcoming Front Door EP, the follow up to his album Take Care which came out on Lost Map earlier this year.
1. Emma Kupa - ’Nothing At All’ (Live Session)
2. Clips of Jenny Moore’s Mystic Business He Earns Enough EP
3. Jenny Moore’s Mystic Business - ’We Will Invent A Language'
4. Clémentine March - ‘Isolated’
5. Sulka - ’Skyline'
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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.