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APPLE OF MY EYE + GIN BOWLERS + JINNWOO - Tuesdays at Dalston Eastern Curve Garden

  • Dalston Eastern Curve Garden 13 Dalston Lane London, E8 3DF United Kingdom (map)

Join us at Dalston Eastern Curve Garden every Tuesday through the summer, and enjoy 3 amazing live music acts, delicious wood-fired pizzas, and the unique curve garden atmosphere.


Apple of my Eye are a folk band from Bristol, now living in London UK. Their music is a blend of influences drawn from English folk and storytelling, using intriguing, lyrically rich songs with multi-part vocal harmonies and traditional folk instruments. Their charismatic shows can be found around London and at festivals.

Their new album Seven Tides is released on CD and digital download on Pear O’ Legs Records.

"a work of considerable wit and imagination ... totally unique, quite unlike anything else you’ll hear this year" — Folk Radio UK

"These are more than songs sung to tunes ... there’s an unvarying, symbiotic fusion as vocals and instruments feed off each other to create songs with space and depth." — Folk Words


The Gin Bowlers are storming the country with their big swing tunes and fun, dance-floor driven charisma. Audiences young and old will love the slamming drums, slapping double bass grooves, smoking guitar lines and hooks played out by some of the hottest solo players on the scene. Their timeless playing brings old songs with new feel and fun improvisations.


A truly exciting and original new talent in British music, Jinnwoo is a young folk musician from Brighton- The Independent listed him as one of their 10 acts to watch for 2015. His sound is sparse folk, with intense and unique vocals that the Guardian described as a “ gothic folk-croak...unspooling from his innards,“. Undoubtedly a folk artist, his reach expands beyond the confines of the genre- supports to Alt-J, Ghostpoet, Lucy Rose, Jeffrey Lewis, Willy Mason, Kyla La Grange, Frank Fairfield, Robert Ellis and Alasdair Roberts give an indication of his appeal. He was also recently invited to play at Cecil Sharpe House as a celebration of the new folk generation.

´Jinnwoo is the most singular new folk talent i´ve heard in some time´ ★★★★

The Guardian - ´Jinnwoo´s gothic folk-croak is a confessional reel unspooling from his innards, a tale of circling doom´

Clash Magazine - ´Jinnwoo is a true original´

Entry £5 on the door

Doors from 7pm, music 8-11pm