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Soundscapes: Conversations in Sound and Style

A series of conversations that explore artists, fashions,and designs associated with Black British style.

From street level to the dance floor and beyond, Black British Style has manifested itself in many musical forms. Diverse black music and associated styles, including Drum & Bass, Hip Hop, RnB and Dancehall , have sprung from creative pockets around the UK to create a distinct regional identity. This series of conversations presented by 1Xtra explore some of the artists, fashions, design and musical styles associated with four locations.

Saturday 9 October 2004
Bristol Beats
Diggz in conversation with Drum & Bass guru DJ Krust and Rapper and Producer Wilks

Saturday 9 October 2004
The Midlands
Jacqueline Springer chairs a conversation with Goldie and music writer and producer Mykaell S. Riley (Steel Pulse)

Saturday 23 October 2004
11.30- 12.30
London North
Ras Kwame chairs a conversation with Mis-Teeq’s Sabrina Washington and rising star of UK Garage MC Shystie

Saturday 23October 2004
London South
Rodney P in conversation with Lisa Maffia (So Solid Crew) and Reggae star, Smiley Culture


Sabrina Washington(from Mis-Teeq) | talks
MC Shystie | talks
Lisa Maffia (from So Solid Crew) | talks
Smiley Culture | talks
Diggz | talks
DJ Krust | talks
Wilks | talks
Jacqueline Springer | talks
Goldie | talks
Mykaell S. Riley | talks
Ras Kwame | talks | www


Date and Time:

9 October 2004 at 1:00 pm


Half Day



Victoria and Albert Museum (learning)
Learning and Interpretation
The V&A Museum, Cromwell Road
+44 20 79 42 21 89

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£8.50. Concessions apply.

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To book call 0207 942 2211 or visit the V&A website at www.vam.ac.uk.

Additional Information:

Concessions: Students and V&A members £5.50, Disabled and ES40 £3.50

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