Name, where are you from?
Keane Pearce Shaw from Clifton, Nottingham.
What do you do?
TV and Film Producer.
Describe your style in three words:
Blonde Gypsy Sport.
Which music defines the teenage you?
I went through two phases. The younger teenage me thought I was gangster. Eminem, Roll Deep Crew, 50 Cent, The Game, Kano, Dizzee, NWA. But then I quickly realised the thug life wasn’t for me after discovering Kings of Leon - The Bucket and The Libertines album.
What is the last piece of music you bought?
Working in music I really should buy more music. But I think the last actual thing I purchased was the recent Foals album.
A British icon or band who inspire your sound?
Pete Doherty. Absolute hero.
What has been your all-time favourite gig?
A band called ‘Larrikin Love’ in the back of a little sweaty pub in Derby circa 2004. One of my favourite ever bands that unfortunately split up after one album. Me and my pal were arm’s length from the band for the whole thing, then popped around the back to meet Ed after.