Me Lost Me
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Please note that Sage Gateshead will have social distancing in place for the duration of June 2021. Tickets booked together will be sat together, with a socially distanced space between separate bookings.
When booking your tickets please observe current regulations and only book tickets as one party if all members are within one household or one bubble.
Me Lost Me is the electronic music project of Newcastle based musician/artist Jayne Dent. Described by BBC Radio 6’s Tom Robinson as a “brilliant peculiar noise”, Me Lost Me delights in experimenting with genre, taking influence from folk, art pop, ambient and noise music to create a beguiling mix of soaring vocals, synth, field recordings and hypnotic rhythms. Her live shows are atmospheric, dark and playful, with a repertoire that explores storytelling through original songs, improvisations and reworkings of traditional ballads.
Her second album ‘The Good Noise’, released in November 2020, was described as ‘one heck of a potent brew’ by Electronic Sound Magazine, “a trance-like meditation on what modern folklore might sound like” by Folk Alley and “Stunning” by NARC Magazine.
Alongside tracks from her recent album, this special performance will showcase brand new songs written during her time as Artist in Residence at Sage Gateshead, which explore possible futures inspired by ecosystems, walking, agriculture, community and alternative economic models. Dent will be joined on clarinet by Faye MacCalman and double bass by John Pope, expanding her solo project for the first time with others on stage.
This performance will also include a live projection of new visuals which have been developed in tandem with the music during her residency, a combination of collaged video footage, 3D modelling and AI generated approximations of nature.
Can’t make the live gig? Streaming passes are available!
Join us from the comfort of your own sofa for the live stream of the performance, which will be streamed as a live experience from our iconic Sage One hall. The live stream will be also be available to watch on demand for 48 hours from midnight on Sunday 20 June until midnight on Sunday 27 June.
To get the best possible experience, please read our Streaming FAQs, which includes information on how to view the stream on your TV.