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A Good Place?
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Cat: PGGP 10. Rel: 23 Jan 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. On One (5:04)
  2. How It Is Sometimez (4:07)
The Unreleased Gemz
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The Unreleased Gemz (limited hand-stamped clear pink vinyl 12")
Cat: GEMZ 001. Rel: 14 Jul 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Weekend Off?
  2. Birthday Jam With Extra Rum?
  3. Summer Finally Here Or Is It?
  4. Tommys Groove?
Review: Any new Mr G release is cause for celebration, but this coloured vinyl 12" - with hand-stamped labels, natch - is extra special. While details are sketchy, at best, we're reliably informed that these four tracks have been rescued from the vaults. Whenever they were recorded, there's plenty for fans to enjoy, from the sparse, synth bass-propelled 4/4 funk of "Birthday Jam With Extra Rum", to the mutant bass, swinging cymbals and cut-up saxophones of "Summer Finally Here Or Is It?". There's some trademark sparkling deep house in the shape of the US garage influenced "Tommy's Groove", while opener "Weekend Off" - the pick of a strong bunch - is a deliciously fuzzy chunk of no-holds-barred techno-funk with incessant mutant organ stabs and hip hop vocal samples aplenty.
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A Good Place?
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Cat: PGGP 1. Rel: 14 Nov 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Yard Food (5:45)
  2. One For The Headz (6:14)
  3. The Moment You Realise? (3:52)
  4. Nothin' (Cause We Are Strong) (8:05)
  5. Love Dub (9:04)
  6. All In Time (4:17)
  7. In The Sun... Finally! (3:21)
  8. That Late Night Thought? (4:19)
  9. G's Jazz (3:15)
  10. Interluded (part 1) (2:21)
Review: UK techno legend Colin McBean returns on his always reliable Phoenix G imprint with A Good Place? A dozen servings of tough and steely house music that properly brings the funk as you'd expect from the man once behind such legendary and seminal acts like The Advent and G-Flame & Mr. G. There's also a few wonderful surprises too; such as the broken beat/nu jazz deepness of "One For The Headz" or the dusty disco loops of "Interluded (part 1)". But otherwise it really is business as usual, such as on the hi octane stormer "Nothin' (Cause We Are Strong)" with its "French Kiss" style melody, the deeply emotive "In The Sun... Finally!" or the raw and rusty dust covered jack of "G's Jazz" it's all killer no filler on here we assure you!
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Crate Diggers EP (Record Store Day 2016)
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Crate Diggers EP (Record Store Day 2016) (limited 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PG 2016. Rel: 25 Apr 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Grind (9:24)
  2. An Afternoon @ MONA (7:58)
Still Here (On Wax)
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Cat: PG 055S. Rel: 14 Mar 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Blessed (7:42)
  2. Paltonic Solids No 5 (8:27)
  3. Space Bassed (6:19)
  4. Get On Down (8:48)
Infrastructure EP
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Cat: PG 052. Rel: 23 Nov 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Guiness Punch (Xtra Wray dub) (7:17)
  2. Give Thanx! (8:08)
  3. Invert? (6:12)
Review: Colin McBean is back everyone, look out! It's the same quality you expect from the techno don, as he brings the funk, rawness and unadulterated groove on the Infrastructure EP. First up is "Guiness Punch (Xtra Ray Dub), a stripped and atmospheric joint with sweet female vox and a mesmerising keys melody plus bumpy bassline. But wait until those Mr. G trademark open hi hats and cracking claps come in. Next the acidic "Give Thanx!" ups the ante with its ultra sick bassline and hypnotic chime melody which will easily crossover into other techno sub genres impressively. Finally "Invert?" explores sonar techno aesthetics accompanied by sampled diva vocals on this truly sick pre peak time slow burner. Tip!
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Remote Viewing EP
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Cat: PG 051. Rel: 29 Sep 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Newmerique (Mango Boys Sunday dub)
  2. Mac (Daddy) RIP (Mango Boys Hurting dub)
  3. Tollgate PO (Mango Boys Red Eye mix)
Review: Mr G knows how to make a record, but even more so he knows how to make a club track. But for this Remote Viewing EP MR G offers up three productions of his own for the Mango Boys to dub-out and remix. First is a 'Sunday dub' to "Newmerique" which is straight up, chord-driven, club house, while the 'Hurting dub' to "Mac (Daddy) RIP" is woozy, deep and very danceable with a bassline to boot. For a third option there's a linear 'Red Eye' mix to "Tollgate PO" completing a great selection of DJ tools.
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Personal Momentz
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Personal Momentz (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: PG 003DLP. Rel: 10 Nov 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Faith!
  2. Hip Flexer
  3. Dad? (Kay Valley dub)
  4. Haze
  5. Things & Stuff (Mango Boy Red Eye mix)
  6. Lifes Riddimz (The Conversation)
  7. Angels (Ascending)
  8. Dark Heart
Review: You just can't argue with the classiness of Mr G's output, not least when he's giving himself free rein on his own Phoenix G imprint and this new double-pack of goodness is brimming with the kind of sublime, dub-tinged tech house the man has made his legend on. "Faith!" comes on in blue shades of techno-fuelled tension, while "Life Riddimz" keeps things equally fraut and moody. There are warmer moments as on soulful vocal jam "Hip Flexer" and easy-stomping piano worker "Dad?", and there's a healthy amount of weirdness from fractured percussion-baiter "Haze", bt really whatever shade of G you like there's something to enjoy here.
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All About Expression EP
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Cat: PG 058. Rel: 08 Sep 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. 3 Legged Donkey (rsd rub)
  2. Full Rotation
  3. Late Nite Vibe!
  4. Talikin Drumz
  5. Just One A Those Dayz
  6. One Summer Night
  7. First Light
  8. ODT
Retro 1
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Retro 1 (12")
Cat: PGR 01. Rel: 03 Jul 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Gladesmen (6:37)
  2. Pepsi! (6:27)
  3. The Day After B (7:49)
Played by: DJ Mau Mau, TIJN
Diggerz Delite (The Day I Met Pete) (Record Store Day 2017)
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Cat: PGRSD 2017. Rel: 08 May 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Transdimensional (6:50)
  2. Shuffla Grove (2:37)
  3. Tight (2:13)
  4. Departing..... (JP) (1:37)
  5. Contact (JP) (2:38)
  6. Searchin' (2:51)
  7. Cold Sweat (3:01)
  8. Joetsu (1:35)
  9. Dreamlike State (2:15)
Conectionz EP
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Cat: PG 054B. Rel: 27 Jun 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. You In Or You Out? (Sims Jacker edit) (5:04)
  2. You In Or You Out? (7:22)
  3. Bring It! (5:22)
Review: Colin McBean is an unstoppable force at the moment isn't he! At the moment you say? Yeah too right; the guy never actually stopped his relentless pursuit of the perfect house and techno grooves since the '90s and this Conectionz EP is no exception. Starting things off in explosive fashion with the "You In Or You Out? (Sims Jacker edit)" with its relentless thud and crack of a 909 workout with funky bass and evil pads helped out by some generous reverb build ups; all you need really. The original version up next is more restrained deep house with that great vocal refrain repeating "live your life the way you wanna be free" the tracks aggression provided by those hissing rhythms. Finally "Bring It" is a soulful breakbeat number with soaring synth leads that is a great departure from McBean's normal style.
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Gettin' Hott EP
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Cat: PG 049. Rel: 20 Jan 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. P Bar Jam
  2. Tripped Out
  3. End Of Day Jam
Review: Colin McBean is back on the case with yet more of his refined house reductions, whipping up a trio of high grade deep house considerations with all the elements you want from a Mr G record. "P Bar Jam" makes no bones about its inspiration, stamping out an energetic but utterly streamlined kind of club track that makes the most of a catchy chord line without ever pushing too hard, the drums dutifully ticking along, the sub bass wobbling underneath but everything in perfect harmony. It's the same on "Tripped Out", albeit in the context of a more introspective jam that would fare better away from the peak time glare. "End Of Day Jam" too speaks to a more mellow situation, in this case letting some sweet organ notes warm the cockles over a delicate but purposeful groove.
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A Good Place?
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Cat: PGGP 1CD. Rel: 19 Dec 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Yard Food
  2. One For The Headz
  3. The Moment You Realise?
  4. Nothin' (Cause We Are Strong)
  5. Love Dub
  6. All In Time
  7. In The Sun... Finally!
  8. That Late Night Thought?
  9. G's Jazz
  10. Interluded (part 1)
  11. On One
  12. How It Is Sometimez
Retro 2
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Retro 2 (12")
Cat: PGR 02. Rel: 17 Jul 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Light G's Out Dub (6:05)
  2. How Deep? (6:25)
  3. All You Need (6:29)
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VFM EP (12")
Cat: PG 048. Rel: 23 Sep 13
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Let Down (Badly)
  2. Getting There... Detroit
  3. Mangos In Season
  4. Back Pain
Review: So far in 2013 Mr G's Phoenix G label has proved a healthy outlet for his unstoppable flow of new music and some timely represses. The VFM EP belongs in the former category and ably demonstrates Colin McBean's masterful understanding of no nonsense club tracks. Despite their stripped back nature, there's something inherently distinct to each of the four impeccably produced tracks here; the warbling diva stuck deep in the machinery of "Let Down (Badly)" will remain in many memories long after it's dropped in a club for example. "Getting There... Detroit" seems quite simple on the surface, gradually revealing it's numerous elements but it's done with real skill and is a worthy DJ tool along with the basement primed "Mangos In Season".
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Unfamiliar Territories EP
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Cat: PG 053S. Rel: 15 Feb 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Momentum (7:29)
  2. Unfamiliar Territories (6:59)
  3. Science (7:30)
  4. 1 More (7:36)
Review: Techno legend Colin McBean aka Mr G presents to us young Birmingham producer Jayson Wynters and what a debut this is! Starting out with the minimal and atmospheric dustiness of "Momentum" that's reminiscent of Fred P's finer moments, he gets stuck in with "Unfamiliar Territory" which explores the soulful techno sounds of early 90's Detroit; very nice indeed. On the flip he delves deeper with the bumpy yet emotive "Science" while "More" hammers the message home in even more emotional and bittersweet fashion, calling to mind the classic sound of Prescription Records. Tip!
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