Those who have followed Mr G for the last decade and a half probably associate him with London, the city he called home for many years. But save Thursdays, when Colin McBean makes his weekly pilgrimage to the capital (and returns with a stack of records and a few bottles of choice rum), the locus of his musical life is a pint-sized second-floor studio in a quaint market town about an hour away from London by train. This might seem out of step with a guy whose music, released prolifically through his own Phoenix G label and Rekids, has been described as the literal definition of tech house. But you sense the easy-going man behind the big tunes, who kicked off his solo career in earnest when he was in his late 30s, wouldn’t have it any other way.
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