GARANCE & THE MITOCHONDRIES + PEPE BELMONTE BAND + NINA HARRIES - Tuesdays at Dalston Eastern Curve Garden

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

 

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.

GARANCE & THE MITOCHONDRIES


Garance Louis. Extrovert, eccentric composer, singer and accordionist from Perpignan, has created a fresh and new way of interpreting the French Chanson tradition, with her formidable band The Mitochondries. Imagine a mixture of Tom Waits, Edith Piaf and Frank Zappa, with the melancholy softness of post-musette songwriting. Garance has appeared in the bars and street corners of her adoptive London for 4 years, always surrounded by the most curiously talented musicians she can find.

Watch Garance & the Mitochondries

PEPE BELMONTE BAND

Pepe Belmonte is a folk-blues guitar player and singer song-writer. He grew up in Co. Cork on the West coast of Ireland. His musical influence meanders through Irish, Malian and Hawaiian folk to the pre-war blues of Chicago along The Delta and down through the lyrical landscape of Dylan, Mitchell and Young. Mississippi John Hurt meets JJ Cale meets Nick Drake. Music from his as yet un-officially released album 'THE HERMIT'S WALTZ' make up the soundtrack to the independent feature film, 'The Hour of Living' in which Pepe also appears as 'The Singer'. 

A book of poems and pictures will soon be published and his debut album 'The Hermit's Waltz' is available at the usual online stores and the remaining hard copies are only available at gigs.

Pepe's new sound steps away from the acoustic blues folk toward a plugged in rootsier noise where, with nostalgic and contemporary tones you will be transported to deep swamp America, the Irish countryside and the streets of London. 

Watch Pepe Belmonte

NINA HARRIES

Inventive grooves and experimental sounds accompany Nina's revelatory songwriting. Come and discover what one woman and her double bass can do!

Watch Nina Harries

Entry £5 on the door

Doors from 7pm, music 8-11pm