In today’s podcast Renell Shaw talks about his upcoming EP and his gig with drum and bass act Rudimental.
Renell Shaw is perhaps best known for his work with the likes of Maverick Sabre, Speech Debelle, Carleen Anderson and Rudimental, along with his perceptive bass tone. Renell’s latest solo offering, Bass Monk, was inspired by African grooves, electronic beats, jazz chords and by his discovery of the original meaning of the word Kung Fu - “any skill achieved through hard work and practice.” The result is a visual EP trilogy telling the story of a fictional character caught in the rat race of city life.
In this episode you're going to learn:
All about Renell’s new EP.
Why Raphael Saadiq and Bootsy Collins have been such big influences.
All about his time with the likes of Rudimental and Speech Debelle.
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