Mr. G stikes back with an Vinyl only Track on the B!supported by: Alix Alvarez. Anja Schneider. Axel Boman. Ben Sims. Catz n Dogz. Dan Curtin. Danny Howells. Eats Everything. Funk DVoid. Gerd. Jimpster. Joel Alter. KiNK. Laurent Garnier. Loco Dice. Luca Bacchetti. Luke Solomon. Mosca. Satoshi Tomiie. Scuba. Soul Clap
Hes back! 18 months have passed since he helped Holic Trax launch with the evergreen Danceaholics EP, Mr G returns to Tomoki Tamura's label with another session of insatiable tech soul. One of the most venerated men in techno, Colin McBean paints from a strictly timeless sound palette. Refusing to kowtow to any trends or fads, both he and his collection of analogue hardware have remained highly relevant and well respected for almost 15 years. Naturally this latest EP is no exception. We kick off with A G Moment. Strutting with Detroitian distinction, the groove is awash with thick woozy chords. Instantly captivating, they set the foundations for the dual vocal trickery that follows as the lead loop is complemented by swooning oohs in the background. Undiluted galvanised soul, its G at his most playful and sonically seductive. So Get Down follows with percussive panache. A forthright fusion of thundering kicks and rolling bongos, were soon introduced to a cheeky snippet of a very well-known vocal. Guaranteeing that your floor will ride on time, every time, the beautiful simplicity and solidity of this is matchless. A firing funk finale, Whant It closes the show. Swaggering with full flavoured drum dynamics, Mr Gs trademark hip-shaking infectiousness is in full effect.
(added: 2013-11-06 14:30:46 )