Ben Shaw

Real Name:
Ben Shaw
Electronic music DJ & producer from London, UK
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Singles & EPs

Ben Shaw - So Strong album art Ben Shaw Featuring Adele Holness Ben Shaw Featuring Adele Holness - So Strong (Maxi, Single) Fire 999 UK 2000 Sell This Version
Ben Shaw - Celebrate album art Ben Shaw Celebrate Fire UK 2002 Sell This Version
KUB 007 Ben Shaw - Purled album art Ben Shaw Feat. Cat Von Trapp Ben Shaw Feat. Cat Von Trapp - Purled(12") Kubist Recordings KUB 007 UK 2003 Sell This Version
210-SR Ben Shaw - Sky River EP album art Ben Shaw Sky River EP(5xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Stripped Recordings (2) 210-SR UK 2018


OMNIS059 Ben Shaw - Tempest album art Ben Shaw Tempest(3xFile, MP3, 320) Omnis Recordings OMNIS059 Ireland 2010
MESMERIC024 Ben Shaw - Sly One album art Tilt vs Ben Shaw Tilt vs Ben Shaw - Sly One(2xFile, MP3, 320) Mesmeric Records (2) MESMERIC024 France 2012

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April 16, 2003
The sound of BS in general: There's a kind off minimalism to his music, not too many elements at a time, which makes all details stand out. The music is deep and rather dirty sounding Progressive House, very much meant for the floor! Full of acidy soundscapes and haunting/mystic female samples (sometimes Middle Eastern sounding, for instance "Freaksound"). Often the music has a funky overtone in it's own progressive way.
Ben Shaw also records as Sunscape on Kubist and as/with Sunscape & Chris Dee on Kubist.
Look out for this guy in the future (he's still pretty young)!


June 16, 2002
One of my favourite producers at the moment. He has his own squelchy, driving sound, that obviously has big house influences, but there isn't anything quite like what he does. His first release on the magnificent Fire label, entitled "So Strong" is one of those tunes you've probably heard and loved, but you never knew who it was by. An absolutely fantastic tune, and something that should be remembered as a classic, but almost cer tainly won't. The follow-up, in my opinion, is even better. Featuring Tony Jackson on the vocals, it's as deep as they come, and the bass stabs are the icing on the exceedingly good cake. One to watch.

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