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Bentley Rhythm Ace


Located in Birmingham, Bentley Rhythm Ace are Mike Stokes (aka Michael Barrywhoosh) and ex-Pop Will Consume Itself bassist Richard March (aka Barry Island). The group produced in 1995 after Marsh was presented to Stokes at the home party of the shared friend where Stokes was DJing. Finding a shared like for screwball novelty information and offbeat groove music, the pair fulfilled up afterwards to find out if indeed they couldn’t make a chance of the studio collaboration. Up to now, they’ve released two EPs along with a long-player for Brighton’s big-beat Skint label, getting wide acclaim because of their energetic, irreverent mixture of hip-hop, funk, as well as the bizarre lounge, jazz, and exotica information that originally brought them jointly. The duo’s head-scratcher of the name derives off their weekend habit — also commemorated on the 1st Skint twelve, “THAT IS Carbootechnodiscobooto” — of uncommon vinyl shopping in the ubiquitous car-trunk rubbish sales within their Midlands house; a great deal of the taste of the material originates from their knack for fusing the fruits of these dusty weekend jaunts with small, infectious rhythms and interesting arrangements. Following a release of the Skint debut, Stokes and Marsh used a regular monthly residency at Heavenly’s Weekend Social golf club (where in fact the Chemical substance Brothers got their begin), and their quick popularity has intended they are something of the critic’s darling ever feeling. Their self-titled debut LP premiered by Skint in 1997, and presented remixed variations of several early tracks as well as several new slashes. The pair also have cultivated something of the devoted club pursuing through their campy live shows, which frequently involve unusual and unusual outfits and props (most likely originating from exactly the same car footwear as their information).

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Full Name Bentley Rhythm Ace
Music Songs Bentley's Gonna Sort You Out, Theme From 'Gutbuster', Run on the Spot, Let There Be Flutes, Midlander, Mind That Gap, Why Is A Frog Too..?, How D I Do Dat???, Return of the Hardcore Jumble Carbootechnodisco Roadshow, Whoosh, Ragtopskodacarchase, On Her Majesty's Secret Whistle, Barry Normal Eyes, Spy Who Loved Moose, Ride Your Sleigh..., Jim'll Twist It, Madam Your Carriage Awaits, Busyness Mans Lunch, Who Put The Bom In The Bom, T-Spot, Who Put the Bom in the Bom Bom Diddleye Bom, Do the Christmas Rush, A Lot of Stick, Spacehopper, Summer Song Blue, Duckweb and Fishlip, Kenny Beats, Part One, How'd I Do That???, This is Carbootechnodiscotechnobooto, Something to Keep Your Sandwiches In, Wave Goodbye, Man With the Golden Toast
Albums For Your Ears Only, Bentley Rhythm Ace, FSUK3, Bentley's Gonna Sort You Out / Run On The Spot [playlist 1] (playlist 1), Bentley's Gonna Sort You Out [playlist 2] (playlist 2)

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Waterloo Road 2013 TV Series performer - 1 episode
Rude Tube TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2009 writer - 1 episode, 2009
The Real Hustle 2009 TV Series documentary performer - 2 episodes
Banned in the UK 2005 TV Series documentary performer - 1 episode
The Hot Chick 2002 performer: "Theme from Gutbuster"
Large 2001 performer: "Kenny Beats" / performer: "Theme From Gutbuster" - as Bently Rhythm Ace
Beastie Boys: Video Anthology 2000 Video documentary "Alive" Bentley Rhythm Ace remix
Inspector Gadget 1999 performer: "Run on the Spot" 1997
The Acid House 1998 performer: "Thisiscarbootechnoodiscotechnobooto"



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