Expect a club night like no other, where the musicians improvise to move their audience, hosted by Michael Sebastian, who’ll be launching his album Kadako on the night.
Flow welcomes special guest, FaceSoul, the trailblazing artist that is making maves around the globe with his soulful compositions and moving stories.
Expect a club night like no other, where musicians & dancers improvise to move their audience. With elements of house, techno, afrobeat, jazz and world music; you won’t have seen music performed like this before. Come down early to toast the sunset on Grow’s canalside terrace, before getting down to the artists’ sonic offerings.
Michael Sebastian improvises dance music. His music has the structure of electronic; the freedom of jazz, and the depth of world music. On the 7th Sebastian will celebrate the release of his new album, Kadako collaborating live with musicians and dancers.
Born in Somalia and raised in London, the 27-year-old artist is a child of the diaspora who after facing his own share of hardships is now using his spellbinding music as a vehicle for spiritual and emotional healing, not just for him but the world at large.
Pattn expresses his personal magnetism through his music, fusing deep tribal rhythms, enrapturing melodies and thought-provoking vocals to awaken our sense of interconnectedness.
Katya creates an eclectic mixture of alternative, indie and soul music. Katya’s single ‘I’ll Take Your Number’ from her upcoming debut EP has been featured on BBC Introducing London and BBC Radio 1. One of her most moving songs is called ‘I’ve Known War’ about the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Coppermill Jazz (DJ)
ENTRY – NO ADVANCED TICKETS – ON THE DOOR ONLY – £6 from 9pm, £8 from 10pm
The evening begins at 7:00pm
We begin to charge entry to help support the artists and the venue
The outdoor terrace closes around 11pm
The bar closes at 2am
This venue is all digital, no cash payments, with hand sanitising stations, and UV filtered air to stop the spread of Covid-19.
TRAVEL- Hackney Wick
Grow is on the canal in Hackney Wick, a 2 minute walk from Hackney Wick Overground station, and a 15 minute walk from Stratford.
The last trains depart around midnight, except on Fridays and Saturdays which have a Night Tube service all night.
Grow, Hackney, 98C Main Yard, Wallis Road, Hackney Wick, London, E9 5LN
FOOD & DRINK – Kitchen open till 10pm
Our Spice Trail Menu is predominantly plant based, with some ethically sourced meat options, as part of our conscious drive towards sustainability. Our passion is for the cooking of the Middle East and southern Mediterranean so expect punchy flavours, warm spices and as always the best ingredients we can find to comfort and nourish the soul.
With our drinks, we partner with breweries St Austell and Signature Brew for our lagers and IPAs and serve organic wine and prosecco which help international wildlife charity, Born Free. We design our spin on such drinks as Rum Punch, homemade Hackney Spiced Rum, Vegan White Russian and Espresso Martini.
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