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Lost Map loves sending out postcards. The label’s very first release was a printed postcard containing a download code for a compilation of tracks from across the roster, launched at Green Man Festival in Wales in 2013. Since then, there’s been almost 100 different postcard releases - featuring a plethora of exclusive tracks, b-sides, remixes, live…
 
Arriving on the island during the final week of August 2019, armed with her guitar, violin, laptop and a drum machine, she set about creating a diary of songs and instrumental pieces. These intimate solo recordings showcase her distinctive guitar and vocal style, mixed a with lo-fi pop sensibility, capturing a snapshot of isolation inside and outsi…
 
Will Clarke joins me to discuss his entry into Powerlifting, training in his house (before it was the norm), an unfortunate bench pressing incident that went viral and more! Will is currently doing a fundraiser for Pieta House, which you can donate to through this link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/pieta-house-lifting-1000000kg-in-3-months?utm_medium…
 
RACHEL AGGS is an exceptionally prolific virtuoso of euphoric post-punk queercore music, achieving international acclaim with her collaborative projects Trash Kit, Shopping and Sacred Paws; galvanising the DIY scene in London, and her current home of Glasgow in the process. No mean feat! We’ve been fans of Rachel’s music for years, and were thrille…
 
This episode features the inspiring story of Clarice Tighe, a 23 year old Powerlifter who was very recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS). Incredibly she has not let it deter her one bit and continues to train for Powerlifting as well as help raise awareness and funding for MS Ireland. You can contribute to her fundraiser here: https://www…
 
In our previous episode, we met Grandaddy front-man Jason Lytle, and were introduced to the world of ARTHUR KING - a collective of musicians and film-makers associated with the Dangerbird Records label, in Los Angeles. The ferry from Mallaig had just arrived on the Isle of Eigg, and the ARTHUR KING gang were about to disembark, and begin their week…
 
Our second series of Lost Map’s artist residency project, VISITATIONS, gets underway with a release from ARTHUR KING - a collective of musicians and artists associated with the Dangerbird Records label, in Los Angeles. Their journey was sparked by an online conversation between Jason Lytle (front-man with alt-rock pioneers, Grandaddy) and Pictish T…
 
Daft-pop impresario Pictish Trail (aka Johnny Lynch) runs Lost Map Records from the remote Scottish isle of Eigg. In 2018, he conducted an artist residency programme on the island, inviting three different music acts over to write and record new material during the course of a week’s stay. The music they made was pressed on to vinyl, and available …
 
Do you place a lot of emphasis on the importance of flexibility and stretching? If so, you may be interested to hear what Dr. James Nuzzo, a researcher from Perth in Australia has to say on the matter. James recently published an article title "The case for retiring flexibility as a major component of physical fitness" in the journal of Sports Medi…
 
In this episode we are joined by 6Pack Lapadat, Mike Tuchscherer and Bryce Lewis to recap our highlights of the last decade in Powerlifting. Great events, showdowns, trends, people who had a massive influence on the sport and much more. Obviously we could only cover so much so feel free to let us know your moments, events and biggest influences in …
 
Many of us are familiar with the Pirate of Powerlifting, Geno Biancheri but maybe not so familiar with his backstory. Geno outlines the full series of events leading to him becoming Powerlifting's most well known MC, how he became the Pirate, his own exploits in lifting, being a good MC and where Powerlifting has taken him over the past 2 decades. …
 
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