Project Pablo: "I Want To Believe" 12"
Four tracks lifted from Vancouver via Montreal producer Project Pablo's blue-tinged walk through Little Italy; chunky disco and hybrid house inspired by ultra-real types of smoothness like George Benson, Sade or Steely Dan (“Aja”, that is) and relocating perceivably dated cafe-culture styles of groove-focused house into a newly sincere context.
Project Pablo’s bright and deep slant on easy-listening is built on sturdy but loose percussion, heavy bass grooves and insanely catchy/whistle-able melodic hooks. “I Want To Believe” is scattered with taped out and wonky synth leads and punctuated here and there with goofed-out cappuccino clink-equivalents of cascading percussion and melodic keyboard flutters, blurring “lifestyle” ideals into rich, taped out moods for club and kitchen use.
Digital available via Bandcamp
Distributed by Rub a Dub and available at retailers such as Red Eye Records