By Angus Paterson 15th Jul, 2008
While the breakbeat scene as a whole is arguably going from bad to worse, if all you’d been listening to was the slammin’ sets of UK stalwart Rennie Pilgrim, then you’d never even have known. Because Rennie keeps going from good, to even better.
By Angus Paterson 18th Apr, 2007
Often referred to as the 'Godfather of Breaks', Rennie Pilgrem has been as the forefront of the genre since it split off from big-beat during the late 90s.
By Tim Hardaker 23rd Dec, 2003
Labeled the godfather of nu-skool breaks, Rennie Pilgrem has been there since the beginning as one of the founding members of the legendary UK breakbeat club night Friction, along with Tayo and Adam Freeland.
By Jonathan Keefe 30th Oct, 2003
BLIM arrives in the country this month for an extended two month stay of shows around Australia. After a year which has been full of highs he admits he just needs a break.
By Francine Sculli 26th Aug, 2003
You walk into a room. It is difficult to see over the heads of the multitude of people occupying the dance floor. In some ways you don't need to see, you can hear it from a distance and you can almost grasp that sensed dynamism with bare hands. Instinct t
By Nick Venn 22nd May, 2003
Featuring the talents of Phil K and Luke Chable, Lo-step has been making waves in the worldwide scene lately. With their first single, "The Roots", signed to Global Underground. Nick Venn catches up with Phil K while he was putting together some ideas fo
By Jay Blackall 22nd May, 2003
Vice Versa are a Sydney based drum & bass duo who've been gaining props from all over the globe for their superior production work. Jayb caught up with the pair who've recently inked a deal with The Good Looking Organisation, the label run by drum & bass
By Jennifer Paterson 22nd Jan, 2002
It's 9pm on a pretty uneventful Thursday evening when Rennie Pilgrem calls from the UK. I feel like I've just hooked up with Marlon Brando, because as far as a new generation of breakbeat producer and DJ is concerned - he's the Godfather.