Soweto Kinch: “You can’t define Britain in the last century without black dance and black music”

Kevin Le Gendre
Wednesday, November 13, 2019

In an era of populist politics and scaremongering over the presence of ‘the other’ it’s no surprise that xenophobia and bigotry are widespread. However, the historical roots of such scourges run deep. Saxophonist and rapper Soweto Kinch’s dynamic new work, The Black Peril, focuses on a dark chapter of British history that has tragically contemporary resonances. Kevin Le Gendre found out more

Soweto Kinch (all photos by Iza Korzak)
Soweto Kinch (all photos by Iza Korzak)

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