‘A lot more fun than any straight album biography’ The Guardian
After the release of its début album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) in 1993, the 9-member Wu-Tang Clan gained global notoriety and an army of fans almost immediately. One of those fans was the founder of UK hip hop label Big Dada, Will Ashon, who has now released an eclectic tribute to the album, Chamber Music: About the Wu-Tang (in 36 Pieces), which covers everything from the urban geography of New York to the history of jazz. He will be in conversation with Kevin Le Gendre, veteran music journalist and author of the recent Don’t Stop the Carnival.
- Fri 17 May, 6pm
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