When Nicole Moudaber launched MOOD Records at the start of the year, she promised to provide a platform that would showcase rising new artists as well as established stars. MOOD Records continues to deliver on this promise and the eighth release sees the 19 year old producer Richie G, known as 'Montreal's Boy Wonder', release his debut EP 'Fix That Sound' on November 18th. 'Fix That Sound' is a fine opener to the EP and is characterised by a techy beat, polished metallic sounds and automatic bleeps. The track develops until a distorted vocal comes in over the industrial driving groove.Next up is 'This Again' which takes the listener on a deeper and darker journey. The track is packed with dubby textures, shuddering bass and a wide array of well-placed sounds which develop until the booming kick drum takes over and the track hits its summit.'Villains In Town' is firmly aimed at the Dancefloor and kicks off with some sharp and snappy percussion. The tracks rolls along until more and more sounds are added to the mix causing a considerable build in tension until the track drops back into its peak time beat. Overall then, all three of Richie's tracks are excellently produced and firmly aimed at moving a peak-time dancefloor. Despite his young age, on the 'Fix That Sound' EP, Richie G has produced an accomplished debut release that perfectly fits into MOOD Records trademark powerful and percussive ethos, and has culminated in an EP that has considerably exceeded all expectations.