Natural Breaks And Rhythms

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Bloomsbury Academic, Apr 20, 2006 - Drama - 80 pages
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An intense portrait of friendship, betrayal and the birth of jungle music

Beats and Cold, two ambitious DJs, are gaining a serious reputation in the music industry. They have found a new sound – jungle – and it's going to be massive! At first the chemistry between them produces gold . . . but as Beats turns into an ambitious producer, and Cold, the 'bedroom genius', fights for the space to be a true artist, the tension builds beat by beat.
In the background are the boys' Trinidadian fathers, struggling together to make a life for their two sons, and caught up in the middle of their conflict. It is an intense portrait of friendship, betrayal and the impact one generation has on the next set against the backdrop of nineties Britain.

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Julius Ayodeji is a Lecturer in Multimedia at Nottingham Trent University. Formerly he was a Station s Assistant at BBC East Midlands Today and a freelance film-maker. Educated at Sheffield Hallam Univ ersity, Julius's credits include: The Bath (Central Television); Lift, part of the BBC Radio Four 'B rief Encounters' series, broadcast by BBC Radio Leicester; and The Times Grow Worthy of Our Voice (Q Arts Gallery, Derby). He has been chosen as one of fifty writers nationwide to take part in 'The 50 ' (Royal Court Theatre/ BBC Writers Room).

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