this album is a curve ball. mr. g is showcasing some of his deep and sample oriented works on “a part of me vol.2”. a touching collection of tracks taking the listener into the depths of the uk based artist’s perception.
you should all know by now i have collected a good few records in my time, hunting down that perfect beat. in search of that special piece i have found a deep love for the old soul ballads and funk that were for me great social statements, telling it just how it was. growing up with these tunes and owning them i began to realise if someone didn’t represent them to the next generation they would be long lost and forgotten. so please... enjoy this time capsule of music from another time... you’ll hear nothing’s changed! - mr. g, 2018
connaisseur of all things funky, mr. g is re-releasing some of his most classic tracks through his ever advancing phoenix g imprint. on the second part of this label retrospective we have light’s out, how deep? and all u need. classic material from the g man.
nice price deal !!! the g man returns to his phoenix g home with a somewhat special album release. where the usual mr.g sound is still present on this 2x12 inch lp, night on the town showcases gs more adventurous works and exposes some of his more exotic influences. african rhythm sections, hints to ebm and low tempo chugs make this album very actual yet unique.
mr. g continues his legacy with a hard hitting 12 inch which entirely covers the broad spectrum of true house music. while the a1 track starts out a little sinister it still evolves into a lush ambiance. this sourishly vibe changes continue throughout the release. another top notch mr.g effort which shouldnt be missed.
the new phoenix g (pg039) is an excellent deep and hypnotizing release. relying heavily on one shot chords and thumping vintage drum machines this is one for the bag. the a1 concequences is a real deep one with nice open hats and good places chords. a real open mix for the late / early hours. the b1 is a real vintage percussive slammer with nice one shots that together create a real oldschool vibe. the latin vocal in this track gives it a somewhat different vibe,really good for the dancefloor.the b2 is a dark peak time anthem. this will go off at any quality house evening. what a strange but wonderful vibe those rhodes in the middle are giving.true analog deephouse by mr.g
part 2 of the unreleased gemz series presented by phoenix g. this release features a very special coloured / handstamped 12” with 4 unreleased heavy mr.g cuts. this slice of vinyl contains 4 cuts that represent the different styles g has done over the years. from an emotive vocal laden deep jam to an oldschoolish banger.
mr. g extends his ever growing discography with another full length album. “a good place..?” comes as a 2x12” package which includes 10 tracks which range from signature mr. g style drum track cuts with the usual vocal cuts to somewhat more “dubbed out” bits and funky disco tainted dance floor bits. “a good place..?” proves to be the perfect follow up to last year’s “night on the town?” with mr. g showcasing his versatile skill set whilst thoroughly molding the tracklist into the feel of an album.
phoenix g s latest output is another mr.g effort with great versatility. showcasing the original g sound throughout the whole ep, the g man comes up with funky bassline samples, analog string action and the signature vocal cuts that have elevated most of his records in some way. pg055s comes in a special full colour sleeve with an iconic picture of the g himself. licensed from and thanks to rekids.
who would have ever thought? the g man found himself a protege. after the odd 50+ solo releases offered through his phoenix g imprint mr.g has found himself a young producer that has a style that connects with the phoenix g output thus far. with g opening his bag of tricks to him, this cant go wrong. mysterious jayson wynters offers a 4 track record that is hazy, technoid and threads into deep territories every now and then.
mr.g is extending his well received personal momentz lp with an add on disc. 4 g style club tracks that fit perfectly with the original discs. this record could/should be used as an addition to the original album.
phoenix g presents a very special coloured / handstamped 12inch with 4 unreleased heavy mr.g cuts. this slice of vinyl contains 4 cuts that represent the different styles g has done over the years. from an emotive vocal laden deep jam to an oldschoolish banger.
the 50th instalment in the phoenix g series is a special one. a 4 track counting coloured vinyl affair of course from the hand of the labels head honcho and sole artist mr.g. proper machine funk drenched with synths and the significant samples make this 12 inch a journey through mr gs different sounds and mindstates.
the legendary mr g is back with a brand new 2014 repress on his phoenix g imprint. 3 staggering and repetitive deep and techy tracks for ultimate club build up purposes. bucket list is a typical track that fits in all kind of sets, wether you are a tech or deephouse dj this ep has a strong vibe on which you cant miss out on.
special tribute ep by the infamous mr g. for his passed away friend lex.
reminiscent of the mr g. glory days, this release takes you back into the time of timeless house music. feel the emotionz on this incredibly funky 3 tracker ep. a must have for the house music crowd.
mr.g is returning with a mint 4 tracker for the heads. 4 acey analog anthems with that authentic mr.g. sound. rich basses and excellent placed vocal cuts that allign with open hats perfectly. another phoenix g smasher to end up the year with.
phoenix g. ferm and deep kickdrums that are being accompanied by lengthy chords and a frequently return male vocal that states, bounce. all and all this is the dancefloor music we are used to from mr.g. the a2 brings a more technoish vibe to dance to. this fits perfect in the modern trend of bass producers turning techno. while of course g is somewhat more of a legend and he didnt just turn to this type of music recently. it does proove that he is still abel to catch any kind of vibe to get the people moving. on the b1 we find a ben sims remix. which of course is enough said. mr sims turns the a2 original into an absolute floor wrecker.
mr gs forthcoming effort on the phoenix g imprint is somewhat of a dark one. with crazy amounts of white noise processed as hats and some of the fattest kicks youll ever hear, this is definitely one of those acey warehouse releases that will fit perfect in the modern trend of raw but touching house.
straight up dubby, techy and deephouse with beautiful pads and one shots. bossebollen is a true spooky house anthem with well placed one shot vocals. on the flip we find the more techy track time is now and the amazing reprise of guidance which is a beatless string journey filled with short vocal cuts.
vinyl only release !!! mr g. is most definitely back on track. up hill battle ep consists of 2 house tracks in true g style. from the time the synths felt warm and fuzzy, mr g. is the master in creating this atmosphere that feels like coming home. laced with smooth vocals and moving basslines this is a warm welcome in the world that seems so cold and digital these days. strictly limited 12inch, vinyl only!
mr. g extends his ever growing discography with another full length album. “a good place..?” comes as a cd package which includes 12 tracks which range from signature mr. g style drum track cuts with the usual vocal cuts to somewhat more “dubbed out” bits and funky disco tainted dance floor bits. “a good place..?” proves to be the perfect follow up to last year’s “night on the town?” with mr. g showcasing his versatile skill set whilst thoroughly molding the tracklist into the feel of an album.
the g man returns to his phoenix g home with a somewhat special album release. where the usual mr.g sound is still present on this cd + dvd, night on the town showcases gs more adventurous works and exposes some of his more exotic infuences. african rhythm sections, hints to ebm and low tempo chugs make this album very actual yet unique. the dvd contains some psychedelic images which strengthen the overall vibe of the music.
2012s state of flux on radio slaves rekids imprint was the last full-length from mr g, along with his retrospective compilation in 2013 the prolific british producer has spent the last four years delivering stand out singles on the likes of running back, toi toi and don t be afraid as well as a renewed focus on his own, long running phoenix g label.