Once more envisioned and engineered in his native city of Detroit, the record finds MGUN in more auspicious and domestic circumstances. Now firmly a father and a homeowner, 'Axiom' allows Gonzales to flex his party muscle, while further pushing the elastic boundaries of his notoriously unpredictable and brilliantly raw production style. Across twelve tracks, listeners are offered an unpredictable trip into the restlessly experimental snatches of studio time Gonzales was afforded away from his then day job at the legendary People's Records store. It's there that Gonzales absorbed endless releases and rediscoveries passing through the stock, trading the occasional tip with some of Detroit's best known producers.
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