Steady Flow returns to their hometown to celebrate New Years Eve in style with a massive bass-funk party. Join us at new concert venue, The Stone on Sunday December 31st to say goodbye to 2017 and hello to 2018.
From the Heart of the Midwest, Steady Flow brings a unique style of powerful funk music like you’ve never heard it before. Formed in 2012 by 18 year old, soul guitarist extraordinaire, Tanner Brown, and his older brother, Ky “Goonie-Mom” Brown on bass guitar, the group has now transformed into a six-piece funk-powerhouse, quickly claiming their spot as one of the best live acts around.
In Steady Flow’s short existence, the group has taken on music festivals such as North Coast, Summer Camp, Phases of the Moon, and the list goes on. The band is constantly turning heads at every performance as their hard hitting Funk Rock compositions shake the room and force all audiences to dance, rage, & simply feel good.
Steady Flow released their first EP, “The Oneoff Sessions” in 2013, and their debut album, “Loud.” in June 2015. The band released their newest full length album, “Do You Like That?” in April 2017! Do not miss a live show near you. Steady Flow is “The Future Of Funk.”
Hailing from Bloomington, IL Brad “Blastfome” Nicholas has blasted himself into the Bass Music scene early on quickly becoming the name to see in the central Illinois area. Starting off in the scene with local party group Subsequent Vibes back in 2011, then making his way onto the Springfield, IL DJ crew Killinoize along the likes of Jphelpz and more. Opportunities have allowed him to share the bill with huge acts to the likes of G Jones, Jantsen, Dirt Monkey, Trollphace, Mantis, Bukez Finezt, RUN DMT, P0gman, Liquid Stanger and more. Never missing an opportunity to command the crowd has landed him onto infamous lineups such as the very first Infrasound Music festival back in 2012, all the way to the notorious Summer Camp 2016. 2017 is looking to be a promising year for the young producer/DJ with his first official EP “Expansion” set to release early this Spring. With his serious, yet not so serious “This isn’t actually a tour” tour kicking off late January with support from local promotion company GVC, he plans to play a string of shows all through out Illinois while grabbing the attention of local Bass heads along the way. His cataclysmic sounds and enormous stage presence are captivating to say the least, so it’s safe to that Blastfome is never one to be slept on