The band’s initial gig at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club was acoustic, they later returned to the club as headliners with the full Satsangi electric experience and quite naturally a stage invasion.
Satsangi were invited to play at The Web in Lusaka, as the club's international touring artist for 2016. Joss Stone was The Web's international artist for 2015.
Gigging internationally and signed with Mr Babu the band have played throughout the UK, toured Africa, supported The Kills, and played festivals alongside James Bay, Elvis Costello, Macy Grey, Imelda May, Van Morrison.
"Hi Su, listened to 'Iodine' again and I must say it's really wicked. Your track reminds me a bit of Sonic Youth, but with definitely better singing and a tough sax break that reminds me of X-Ray Specs. The whole thing sounds nervy, dislocated and very tense, just the way I like it!"
Steve Chandra Savale, Asian Dub Foundation
Satsangi have invited to play at numerous UK festivals including Cornbury (multiple appearances), Festival of Jim, Godiva, Greenbelt, Wychwood, Mondomix. The band appeared on the BBC Stage at Wychwood Festival following a national vote.
Satsangi have headlined on the London Indie circuit at legendary venues including The Dublin Castle (multiple appearances), The Rock Garden, The Halfmoon, The Hope and Anchor, The Grand Hall @ The Cobden Club. Other headlines include Ronnie Scott's Club, Kasbah Coventry, Assembly Leamington, Marrs Bar Worcester, The Web Lusaka. Notable venues are, London Astoria, Empire Coventry, Sebright London, 333Mother Club, Cheltenham Town Hall, Notting Hill Arts Club, Windmill Brixton, Zephyr Lounge, Actress and Bishop Birmingham, The Flapper Birmingham, O2 Academy Birmingham.
Satsang are Carling Supports Finalists