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Rennie Pilgrem -Pilgremage

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Funk Soul Breaks

RELEASE DATE: November 23rd 2004

Four years after his acclaimed Selected Werks debut sees Rennie Pilgrem, ‘The Most Valuable Person In Breaks’ (Breakspoll 2 years running) unleash an all-new artist album on his own TCR Recordings, the label that has the biggest, most respected catalog of Breakbeat music in the world. Rennie has been at the forefront of this burgeoning scene for over 10 years. Apart from his huge success in the Hardcore Rave outfit Rhythm Section, he burst into the International arena as a solo artist with the massive ‘A Place Called Acid’ under his Thursday Club guise.. Rennie has recently made serious waves in clubland with his remix of Zero’s ‘Emit/Collect’ (Streetwise) arguably the biggest breaks tune of 2004, winning “Remix of The Year†in Breakspoll, now set to crossover with its upcoming release this Fall through Universal Music Group.

In 2004 Breaks and Breakbeat IS the acceptable face of dance music from the street upwards with Rennie and at the helm. The Pilgremage experience delivers live instrumentation, (he’s discovered real bass playing in a big way) but don't think of Zero 7! There's the spoken word of talent of MC Chickaboo on Celeb; the angelic vocals of Sara Whittaker -Gilbey on Coming Up For Air (the first single release from the album). Rennie’s live bass is augmented by Red Snapper’s Richard Thair, Chris Carter on guitar and bass and Canadian DJ/sax sensation Spence. Rennie has also collaborated once again with fellow award-winner MC Chickaboo, angel-voiced singer Sara Whittaker-Gilbey (from Mara) and the ‘producer’s producer’ Uberzone for an exclusive version of their new tune ‘Fuego’. There's a diversity here that straddles all genres from electro and rock to funk and punk. Pilgremage celebrates the rich diversity of the breakbeat genre, exploring funk, rock, techno, electro, punk and all points in between. Real instruments and musicians lift it beyond being ‘just another dancefloor album’. Keep posted for more US dates to be announced!!

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Funk Soul Breaks

RELEASE DATE: November 23rd 2004

Four years after his acclaimed Selected Werks debut sees Rennie Pilgrem, ‘The Most Valuable Person In Breaks’ (Breakspoll 2 years running) unleash an all-new artist album on his own TCR Recordings, the label that has the biggest, most respected catalog of Breakbeat music in the world. Rennie has been at the forefront of this burgeoning scene for over 10 years. Apart from his huge success in the Hardcore Rave outfit Rhythm Section, he burst into the International arena as a solo artist with the massive ‘A Place Called Acid’ under his Thursday Club guise.. Rennie has recently made serious waves in clubland with his remix of Zero’s ‘Emit/Collect’ (Streetwise) arguably the biggest breaks tune of 2004, winning “Remix of The Year†in Breakspoll, now set to crossover with its upcoming release this Fall through Universal Music Group.

In 2004 Breaks and Breakbeat IS the acceptable face of dance music from the street upwards with Rennie and at the helm. The Pilgremage experience delivers live instrumentation, (he’s discovered real bass playing in a big way) but don't think of Zero 7! There's the spoken word of talent of MC Chickaboo on Celeb; the angelic vocals of Sara Whittaker -Gilbey on Coming Up For Air (the first single release from the album). Rennie’s live bass is augmented by Red Snapper’s Richard Thair, Chris Carter on guitar and bass and Canadian DJ/sax sensation Spence. Rennie has also collaborated once again with fellow award-winner MC Chickaboo, angel-voiced singer Sara Whittaker-Gilbey (from Mara) and the ‘producer’s producer’ Uberzone for an exclusive version of their new tune ‘Fuego’. There's a diversity here that straddles all genres from electro and rock to funk and punk. Pilgremage celebrates the rich diversity of the breakbeat genre, exploring funk, rock, techno, electro, punk and all points in between. Real instruments and musicians lift it beyond being ‘just another dancefloor album’. Keep posted for more US dates to be announced!!

God don't any of you read my cd reviews in the music section...I reviewd this like 2 months ago 8)

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