|Genres||Indie, alternative, folk, experimental, lo-fi|
|Associated acts||Jack Hayter, Broken Shoulder, Nosferatu D2, Fighting Kites|
Benjamin Shaw released his debut EP "I Got the Pox, the Pox is What I Got" in October 2009 on Audio Antihero which saw airplay from BBC 6 Music on the Tom Ravenscroft, Gideon Coe, Steve Lamacq, Jon Holmes  and Tom Robinson  shows and positive reviews from publications such as The Skinny, The 405, The Music Fix, This Is Fake DIY, CLASH Music  and The Line Of Best Fit who remarked "If you think you've heard the like of Benjamin Shaw before, think again. TLOBF recommended.".
In October 2011 it was announced on sites like Drowned In Sound, Bearded  and This Is Fake DIY that he would be releasing first full length album, "There's Always Hope, There's Always Cabernet". He would begin promoting the album with a series of sessions for the likes of The Fly, The 405, This Is Fake DIY, Triple R, The Line Of Best Fit, Dandelion Radio  and Resonance FM.
The debut LP "There's Always Hope, There's Always Cabernet" was released on 21 November to positive reviews. Drowned in Sound called it "superb," CLASH Music remarked that Shaw was "an outcast, a loner, a maverick and a freak. All of these are compliments," The Line Of Best Fit claimed "you wouldn't want everyone (or anyone else) to sound to like Benjamin Shaw but I'm delighted someone does," Is This Music? awarded it 4/5 and called it "one of the better records of the year"  and MusicOMH gave it 4/5 and hailed it as a "truly special album." Album tracks "The Birds Chirp & The Sun Shines" and "Interview" were given multiple plays on the Tom Ravenscroft and Gideon Coe BBC 6 Music shows, as were the album's first single "Somewhere Over the M6" and its B-side "Pig".
Shaw has played around the UK, Europe and Australia  with artists such as Darren Hayman, Tom Paley (New Lost City Ramblers), Jack Hayter (Ex-Hefner), Neil Pennycook (Meursault), Extradition Order, Paul Hawkins & The Awkward Silences, Runaround Kids, Little Red and The Owl Service. Shaw has also seen endorsements from Nic Dalton of The Lemonheads.
During a radio interview on 12 August 2012, Audio Antihero founder Jamie Halliday revealed that Benjamin Shaw was working on new material for a future release with the label. The first piece of new material to surface would be the "T'ra F'now" instrumental on the Audio Antihero produced "Hüsker Doo-wop" Charity EP to raise money to repair damages to independent music organisations in New York following Hurricane Sandy. Shaw followed up his contribution to this charity EP with "This Christmas (I Just Want to be Left Alone)," a collaborative Christmas single with Fighting Kites to raise money for Shelter, Shaw also directed the music video. The single benefited from critical praise from online press and radio and saw support from Tom Robinson, Bush Radio, Jon Solomon's WPRB show and Rolling Stone.
On 14 January it was announced that Benjamin Shaw would releasing a new instrumental record entitled "Summer in the Box Room" on the Glass Reservoir label in February 2013. Two tracks from the record were premiered by Robert Rotifer on 4FM and GoldFlakePaint praised it as a "special kind of dour musical genius." Tom Ravenscroft would also air tracks from the release on his BBC 6 Music show.
- There's Always Hope, There's Always Cabernet (Audio Antihero, 2011)
- Goodbye, Cagoule World (Audio Antihero, 2014)
- I Got the Pox, the Pox is What I Got - EP (Audio Antihero, 2009)
- Rumfucker (Self Release, 2010)
- WVUM Sessions - Split with Broken Shoulder (BarelyOut Recordings, 2011)
- Dandelion Session (BarelyOut Recordings, 2011)
- Summer in the Box Room (Glass Reservoir, 2013)
- When I Fell Over In The City / The Carpeteer (Audio Antihero, 2011)
- Somewhere Over the M6 (Audio Antihero, 2011)
- This Christmas (I Just Want to be Left Alone) with Fighting Kites (Fika Recordings, 2011 / Audio Antihero, 2012)
- The Birds Chirp & The Sun Shines (Audio Antihero, 2012)
- Goodbye, Kagoul World (Audio Antihero, 2014)
- Cigarettes & Eggnog (HI54LOFI, 2009) - contributes "It's Christmas Time (For God's Sake)" (Nosferatu D2 cover) and hidden track
- Show Me A Word That Rhymes With Pavement (Filthy Little Angels, 2010) - contributes "Starlings Of The Slipstream" (Pavement cover)
- Bob Hope would - for Japan (Audio Antihero, 2011) - contributes "Kick The Dog" / "When I Fell Over In The City" (Alt. Mix) and "Pig" + Artwork
- Some.Alternate.Universe - for FSID (Audio Antihero, 2012) - contributes "Long Ago & Oh So Far Away" + Artwork
- Audio Antihero's Commercial Suicide Sampler (Audio Antihero, 2012) - contributes "How To Test The Depth Of A Well" + Artwork
- The Hüsker Doo-wop EP for New York (Audio Antihero/Hear It For NY, 2012) - contributes "T'ra F'now"
- Into The Light: Volume Two for Pussy Riot (Unwashed Territories, 2012) - contributes "This Christmas (I Just Want to be Left Alone)" with Fighting Kites
- I Love You & Stuff (HI54LOFI, 2013) - contributes "Internet Girlfriend"
- Audio Antihero Presents: "REGAL VS STEAMBOAT" for Rape Crisis (Audio Antihero, 2013) - contributes "Goodbye, Cagoule World (Live)" + Artwork
- Jack Hayter - Sucky Tart (Audio Antihero, 2011) - Artwork
- Broken Shoulder - Broken Shoulderrr (Audio Antihero, 2011) - Mastering
- Wartgore Hellsnicker - Moderate Rock (Audio Antihero, 2011) - Artwork
- Paul Hawkins & The Awkward Silences - The Wrong Life (Audio Antihero, 2011) - Artwork
- Fighting Kites & Broken Shoulder - Split (Audio Antihero, 2011) - Mastering
- Paul Hawkins & The Awkward Silences - You Can't Make Somebody Love You / Of Course I Stole The Train (Audio Antihero, 2011) - Artwork
- Broken Shoulder - Stiller Nite (Fika Recordings, 2011) - Artwork + Mastering
- Nosferatu D2 - It's Christmas Time (For God's Sake) (Fika Recordings, 2011) - Artwork
- Broken Shoulder - The Tape Of Disquiet (Tape Your Mouth, 2012) - Mastering
- Jack Hayter - The Shackleton (Audio Antihero, 2012) - Artwork + Mastering
- Broken Shoulder - Holloway Exit Music / Fun Juice (Deathbomb Arc, 2012) - Mastering
- Nosferatu D2 - Live At The Spitz (Audio Antihero/BarelyOut Recordings, 2012) - Remastering
- Broken Shoulder - Crow Versus Crow session (BarelyOut Recordings, 2012) - Mastering
- D.E.A.D. - S.T.I.L.L. D.E.A.D. (GM Sounds, 2012) - Artwork
- a Singer of Songs - There is a Home for You (HI54LOFI, 2013) - Artwork
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