We regret to announce that Steam Down’s show at Electric Brixton has been postponed. The band have shared the below statement. Ourselves and Steam Down apologise for any inconvenience caused.
“Due to unforeseen circumstances out of our immediate control, Steam Down have had to postpone our upcoming show at Electric Brixton. We will be announcing a new date very soon, however any ticket holders who require a refund should contact their chosen ticketing outlet directly. This decision was unavoidable and a difficult one for us to make, but we look forward to seeing you all at our next London show soon, and are excited to continue sharing our music and energy with you all.”
Steam Down is an artist collective, weekly event and music community based in Deptford, South-East London.
Founded by multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer Ahnansé in May 2017, the initial event was created to connect London based musicians and producers. Since then it has evolved into a weekly event where Steam Down artists and its extended musical family generate spontaneous sonic soundscapes reflecting their lives in the city.
Steam Down has quickly become a household name in London’s music scene, and most recently received two Jazz FM awards including The Innovation Award sponsored by Mishcon de Reya and Live Experience of the Year Award sponsored by Yamaha UK featuring Kamasi Washington. In addition, this summer Sky News produced a feature on Steam Down and its fundamental role within London’s flourishing Jazz scene. Steam Down is comprised of eight core members including Ahnansé, Naima Adams, Brother Portrait, Nadeem Din-Gabisi, Benjamin Appiah, And Is Phi, Dominic Canning and Wonky Logic as well as a wider community of notable artists and musicians across the UK.
Since 2017, Steam Down sold out their first headline show at Jazz Café, and shortly after headlined their own EU and UK Tour. More recently Steam Down sold out Deptford’s historical venue The Albany twice within a two-month period, and then went on to sell out their Spring ‘19 headline show at London’s Village Underground. Throughout the summer period, Steam Down has performed at a number of festivals including Maiden Voyage, Gilles Peterson’s We Out Here Festival, Love Supreme and Glastonbury’s Park Stage. Steam Down has quickly established a growing fan base outside of the UK through opportunities such as the Mestizo programme, led by the British Council in Colombia, where they performed to their largest audience to date of over 21,000 people at Bogotá’s renowned Jazz Al Parque Festival. Every performance is a co-creative experience between musicians and audience where everyone’s participation matters, regardless of language, background or nationality.
Throughout the remainder of 2019, Steam Down will be taking part in a variety of different projects, including supporting Sampa The Great on Jools Holland, headlining Boiler Room’s Festival alongside Afronaut Zu, Nubya Garcia, and Charlotte Dos Santos, as well as heading out on their first Australian tour in December. Currently, Steam Down is gearing up to the release of their first single Free My Skin and their highly anticipated EP to be released in 2020.
Tickets £15 +bf +40p venue restoration levy
Town Hall Parade, London, SW2 1RJ