Daylight Music 267 Lost Map’s ‘Ceremonial Yule-log Supreme’
Pictish Trail and Monoganon + Alabaster dePlume + BAS JAN + Manuela + Ed Dowie
Pay-What-You-Can on the door (suggested ticket price £5)
All ages welcome
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12:00 - 14:00
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Lost Map—the Hebridean-based DIY label run by Pictish Trail—returns to Daylight Music at Union Chapel for another Christmassy cavalcade of good cheer. Johnny Pictish will play host, alongside his pal Monoganon, performing sonic regurgitations of songs from their ‘Winter Rewind Acid Reflux’ tour. There’ll also be harmony-soaked wonder pop courtesy of Manuela and her band; transportive spoken-word meditations from Alabaster dePlume; and surreal post-disco discombobulations from Serafina Steer’s latest project, BAS JAN. Daylight Music favourite, Ed Dowie, will provide some suitably festive organ interludes.
Ed started making music in the late 1990s with Beta Band label mates, Brothers in Sound, releasing three EPs and an album on Regal Recordings and BMG. After a few years of composing music for theatre and short films, Ed embarked on a solo career in 2012, releasing two EPs which received praise from No Fear of Pop, 20 Jazz Funk Greats and The 405. His music has appeared on various short films and TV and has regularly featured on BBC Radio 3 and Resonance FM. He’s recently completed his debut album, which will be released on November 19th on Lost Map Records.