375: Lost Map presents Victoria Hume, Kinbote + Sara Wolff

Saturday 20.07.24 | 12 – 2pm at St John’s Leytonstone, E11 1HH
Lost Map presents
- Victoria Hume, Kinbote + Sara Wolff | tickettailor.com/events/arcticcircle/1275690 

Our Summer season draws to a close as we catchup again with our long distant musical pen pals the Lost Map label – Johnny Lynch (Pictish Trail) once again posts or presents three sets of artists from across the musical map for us to present in London and Kent.

Currently based in Edinburgh, Victoria Hume was born in Brighton, raised in Dorset, studied in Oxford and spent several years working in London before relocating to Johannesburg, where she lived for nearly a decade. Outside of music, Victoria works as an arts manager in health and medicine and as a researcher, and her musical and professional lives often intertwine with remarkable results. Radical Abundance is her latest album of absorbing atmospheric alt-folk songs, is all about the dying days of capitalism and what might emerge next.

Glasgow-based electronic producer Matt Gibb creates a woozy headrush of thumping beats, fuzz bass and playful found-sound samples under the alias Kinbote. His addictive new album Hemisphere explores recurring motifs of global commerce, climate change, international travel and the internet.

Originally from Norway but now based in Liverpool, Sara Wolff is a storyteller who with analogue warmth weaves together elements from indie-folk, prog rock, and art-pop. With comparisons to acts including Tune-Yards & Cate Le Bon, her music has received attention from both BBC Radio 1 and Radio 6. She recently contributed a new single to Lost Map’s subscribers series PostMap Club.

Further event details: Pay-What-You-Can entry (we suggest £10 adult, children free) in advance or 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.

Our series is kindly supported by an Arts Council National Lottery Project Grant