Folklore presents….. Pat Dam Smyth + Gabriel Moreno + Peter Levics

Patrick Damoglou Smyth from N.Ireland, moved to London via Dublin, Liverpool and Los Angeles. His music is a collection of thoughts on his travels, loves and losses, falling somewhere between Beck, Bowie and Lou reed, People are beginning to take notice of his eclectic style and talent.

Pat’s debut album, The Great Divide, has already been hailed by the Irish music industry as a masterpiece, An album that will stand the test of time, a snapshot of that roller coaster chapter in his career. Made in Belfast, N.Ireland over a month with friends, buskers and local legends (including a talking part from terri hooley of the good vibrations legacy ) It is just the beginning of the story.

Gabriel Moreno is a published poet and singer songwriter from Gibraltar. His songs fuse Mediterranean rhythms with Indie/folk arpeggios performed with a classical guitar. Based on his literary publications, Gabriel versifies lyrics of Love, loss and desire, which are transmitted in sheer emotional nakedness. Having played with multiple bands in Gibraltar, Italy, Peru and Barcelona, Gabriel now presents his solo acoustic project in London called “Songs of Love and Decadence.” (A cry to the night and the intricacies of romantic existence).

Peter Levics is violin and guitar duet of brothers Maris and Juris Peterlevics from Latvia, now living in London (UK). As classical music education was strong part of their childhood, they were involved in all kinds of musical activities and projects since very young age. And this is the latest one, they have got themselves into. Combining classical and folk elements with alternative/indie approach duo gets their specific mood through compositionally minimalistic expositions with overflowing catchy violin lines.