As the son of a jazz trumpeter, Rennie Pilgrim could claim to have music in his blood! He started playing tenor saxophone in his youth emerssing himself in 'black' music he formed various funk bands. In the late 80's after hearing the music coming from he Detroit scene, Rennie started to make house techo records with Rhythm Section aka Ellis Dee, Richard Thake and Nick 'Newton' Scott. Their third release 'Comin' On Strong' was a anthem and would have charted top 40 if they'd known about 'bar codes' on records. With Ellis Dee the crowned king of rave Djs, Rhythm Section played at pretty much every main party between '90-92'. On the same bill as The Prodigy, Moby, Altern 8, Shades Of Rhythm and Bizzare Inc. In 1993 Rennie founded TCR Recordings as a medium for putting out his own material. His first few releases were funky house with a smattering of breaks lurking in the background. Recording now as 'Thursday Club' he had a big tune with 'Thursday Theme' which was chased by Virgin. Rennie followed this up with 'A Place Called Acid' in 1995. Rennie has remixed for a wide range of people from Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince to Freq Nasty and Arthur Baker.