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Urban Culture Project Wraps Up Today

Celebrate hip-hop and b-boy culture with artists from India, Norway and Germany

Shawn Fernandes May 12, 2012
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The Urban Culture Project, a four-day festival celebrating hip-hop will culminate at Mumbai’s Blue Frog on May 12th with performances, showcases and workshops by a range of artistes from India, Norway and Germany.

The line-up includes local hip-hop band Bombay Bassment, breakdancing collective Roc Fresh Crew, beatboxers Boxy Turvy and Dharavi-based MCs, who rap in English and Tamil and call themselves the Sout Dandy Squad. Also on the bill are Norwegian beatboxer Droolian, b-boy Spaghetti also from Norway, German dancer Criss and veteran British-Indian hip-hop DJ Uri.

When: Saturday, 12 May, 6:30 p.m onwards.

Where: Blue Frog, Mumbai

6.30-8.30 p.m | B-boying Jam organised by Roc Fresh Crew | (Free – open to all)

8.30-9.30 p.m | Beatboxing workshop | Conducted by Droolian, Boxy-Turvy

10-10.20 p.m | Boxy Turvy + guests

10.25-10.45 p.m | Sout Dandy Squad

11 p.m-12 a.m | Bombay Bassment + guests

12am-1.30 a.m | DJ Uri + Roc Fresh + Spaghetti + Criss showcase

For more information on the artists and schedule updates, go here.

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