Sun, 11 Dec|
The Hot Tin
Lost Map presents Pictish Trail’s Highland Grotto, Fell + Alliyah Enyo
Daylight Music transport their series from the big smoke of London to the idyllic setting of Faversham for a festive feast of music, merriment and mince pies with Scotland’s Lost Map label.
Time & Location
11 Dec 2022, 13:00
The Hot Tin, Whitstable Rd, Faversham ME13 8BD, UK
About The Event
Daylight Music transport their series from the big smoke of London to the idyllic setting of Faversham for a festive feast of music, merriment and mince pies with Scotland’s Lost Map label. Never at a loss for words nor music, Johnny Lynch aka Pictish Trail gathers in East London some of his label collective of musicians and contemporaries from around the map. Alongside a set from Pictish Trail himself, joining us will be Fell, the musical alias of Nicolas Burrows, a London-based artist, illustrator, and creator of sun-kissed psychedelic pop dreaminess. And we look forward to welcoming Artist and DJ – Alliyah Enyo who explores cycles and breathes life into ecosystems through song, dance and ritual.
Lost Map was established in 2013, from The Pictish Trail’s caravan home on the Planet Eigg (56°54’N, 06°10’W). A brand new micro-label and collective unshackled by style or genre, it was formed with a pioneering spirit to reassess how we discover and explore music amid the disorientating digital geography of the 21st century Lost Map was able to immediately give shelter to an uprooted tribe of amazing artists including Rozi Plain, Kid Canaveral, Seamus Fogarty, Randolph’s Leap, eagleowl, Monoganon and Pictish Trail. It’s those names and many more yet to be encountered that will lead Lost Map on its creative adventure, through physical and digital releases, events, festivals and all destinations in between.
Pay-What-You-Can entry (we suggest £10 adult, children free) on the door, subject to availability/capacity. An event for all ages. As always with this series we endeavour to make our audience feel as safe, comfortable and welcome as we possibly can. Kindly supported by an Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants