Rennie Pilgrem is having a clearout - and is putting up thousands of his vinyl for sale along with some of his classic production equipment - giving you all a chance to buy a piece of Breakbeat History.
Fancy the 303
that made ‘A Place Called Acid’
Or the JP8000
that did the bass on ‘Eskimo’
and ‘2 Freaks’
Rennie also have several other rare keyboards up for sale - plus approx 4,000 breaks / dance tunes, all needing to be sold before he moves Studio.
Rennie said "I'm not stopping TCR, or DJing - I'm moving studio and not playing vinyl anymore - so it makes sense for me to shed some of my stuff accumulated over the last 15 years. Whilst TCR is not currently releasing other people's music I am concentrating on my own album (ready to Tour and buy in April). I encouraged many TCR Artists to set-up their own imprints, but you can expect some very exciting releases to celebrate our 15th year in the latter part of 2008."
If you're interested in the equipment, or want to know if he has that rare tune you're after, email email@example.com
If you would like to know more about being part of his tour, contact firstname.lastname@example.org