Category: Rock

Spooky - Rennie Pilgrem & The TCR Allstars - Live At The Glade 2005 (CDr, Album)


  1. Having taken the live TCR sound to both Glastonbury and the Glade Festival the Allstars are among IDJ Magazine's ‘20 Best Live Acts to See’ with a supremely talented lineup consisting of vocal veteran MC Chickaboo, Chris Carter (Roxiller), William South (Heavyshift), Richard Thair (Red Snapper) & Mr TCR himself Rennie Pilgrem.
  2. The BBC artist page for Rennie Pilgrem. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest Rennie Pilgrem interviews.
  3. Jul 02,  · "Spooky" by Rennie Pilgrem. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
  4. Stretching from the rave explosion of the early '90s to the development of nu breaks around the end of the millennium, producer/remixer/DJ Rennie Pilgrem has led the way for tough techno. He started out in Rhythm Section, authors of the early breakbeat hit "Feel the Rhythm (Comin on Strong)," and kept producing during the mid-'90s with tracks such as "Thursday Club" for Aura Surround Sounds.
  5. artist's bio. rennie pilgrem is largely self-taught artist. he spent 20 years as a recording artist and producer and travelling the world as a dj. a few years ago he switched from the audio to the visual and this is what he concentrates on now. his main areas of work are printmaking: including traditional methods like mono prints and lino prints to cutting edge digital work available as.
  6. Rennie Pilgrem is an English electronic music producer. He is often considered responsible for the creation of the nu skool breaks genre. Before moving into.
  7. Clocking in at less than 26 minutes, Buddy Buie produced and arranged this set of 11 songs, four co-written by the producer and lead guitarist J.R. Cobb, the team that would eventually become mayor components of the Atlanta Rhythm Section. ARS would have a Top 20 hit with "Spooky" in , but it was this version which launched Classics IV, a Top Three January hit, to start off
  8. The veritable Godfather of breakbeat plunders his personal vaults to deliver a retrospective that doesn t only celebrate his own career, but neatly tracks the development of the genre in the process. Very few producers within breakbeat have managed to stay as relevant and up to date with the scene s twists and turns as Rennie And none have done it with such skill.