UK production legend, Mr G, releases his debut solo album on Radio Slave's infamous Rekids imprint. Mr G was once one-half of The Advent (with Cisco Ferreira), producing ground-breaking releases, remixes and albums, and touring the world with their intense, relentless style of techno; selling tens of thousands of records. Mr G went alone in 1999, founding his own label Phoenix G, creating a unique brand of analog, bass-heavy, electronic tech-funk, which immediately attracted props from his peers and the music press alike. In 2006, Mr G hooked up with Rekids and released the fourth-ever EP for the label -- E.C.G.'ed, followed by U Askin? in 2007 and Makes No Sense in 2008. Four years later, he releases his debut solo album on the Rekids imprint. "I had known Matt (Radio Slave) for years, via mutual respect for each others' music, so it was great to work with him. I truly feel that the Rekids crew do it right." Mr G still uses his MPC and does his cuts and drops for the album LIVE. Mr G loves to take a risk with the analog -- how high, how low, will it distort -- it's all part of the Mr G sound.