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Asian Dub Foundation - “La Haine” Live Soundtrack tickets

Band On The Wall in Manchester

Saturday 20th January 2018

7:00pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 14

Asian Dub Foundation celebrates cult film “La Haine” with an exclusive live soundtrack set.

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Asian Dub Foundation - “La Haine” Live Soundtrack on Saturday 20th January 2018

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Asian Dub Foundation celebrates cult film “La Haine” with an exclusive live soundtrack set. This incredible live show brings on stage a reinterpretation of the original soundtrack played by the band while the film plays in the background, for a unique and powerful journey between music and frames.

Steve Chandra, Dr Das and Brian Fairbairn are respectively guitar, bass and drums of
legendary Asian Dub Foundation, a band that has always been politically and socially involved: on their most-critically acclaimed album, “Enemy of the Enemy”, there’s a song inspired by the film, called “La Haine”, which reflects how deep their commitment is to this project.

The critically-acclaimed film, released in 1995, stars Vincent Cassel and describes the tension in the suburbs of Paris after the killing of a man by French Police. The rawness has made it a cult classic, reaching #32 in Empire Magazine’s Best 100 Films of World Cinema.

Born in 2001, this visual-live set has been played all over the world and will be back on stage throughout 2018.

“The film starts to roll with images of Paris burning, looting and rioters beaten by police, its soundtrack, played live by Asian Dub Foundation, throbbing through the hall. For the next few hours, no one moves” - The Guardian

This is a standing show.

New North and South

This show is part of New North and South - a three year programme of co-commissions, exhibitions and intellectual exchange to celebrate shared heritage across continents and develop artistic talent, produced by a new network of eleven arts organisations from across the North of England and South Asia.

The New North and South network, supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England’s Ambition for Excellence programme, will bring prominence to the work of leading Bangladeshi, Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan and UK artists and include new artistic commissions, exhibitions and performances in Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool and in Colombo, Dhaka, Lahore, Karachi and Kochi.

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World Music

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