• The Skints + support

    Wed. 10 October 2012 | 7:30 PM

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    London-based reggae & dub upstarts The Skints will embark on a long-awaited headline tour of the UK in October this year making their debut during Black History Month in Norwich.

    The Skints’ first album Live, Breathe, Build, Believe crossed the boundaries between the punk scene they grew up in and distinct reggae grooves, providing them with an underground hit. Their second album Part & Parcel, produced by Prince Fatty, mixes Jamaican styles with pop hooks, grimy raps, filthy bass lines and a punk-rock work ethic that creates a sound familiar to newcomers, yet wholly unique when you delve deeper.

    Location:
    Norwich: Norwich Arts Centre, 51 St. Benedicts St, NR2 4PG
    Admission:
    Tickets £10 in advance, £12 on the door. Available from UEA box office
    Telephone:
    01603 660 352
    Accessibility:
    Level access to most areas. Disabled-access toilet. Hearing loop.

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Upcoming Events

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1 Nov Soweto Kinch
2 Nov Flag Fun Time
2 Nov Caribbean Stories and Craft Time
2 Nov The Mingus Project Jazz Concert
2 Nov Geno Washington’s Yo Yo Blues!
3 Nov BHM Finale: Seckou Keita Band + DJ session

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