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Project Pablo - I Want To Believe (2015)

8-01-2015, 10:58
Music | House

Project Pablo - I Want To Believe (2015)

Artist: Project Pablo
Title Of Album: I Want To Believe
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: 1080p
Genre: House
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:46:37
Total Size: 107 mb

1. Project Pablo - Sky Lounge 4:39
2. Project Pablo - Follow it Up 3:40
3. Project Pablo - Movin' Out 6:10
4. Project Pablo - Why, Though 5:11
5. Project Pablo - In the Mat 4:45
6. Project Pablo - The Fuss 5:52
7. Project Pablo - Always 6:05
8. Project Pablo - The Feeling 5:48
9. Project Pablo - It's Out There 4:27

Vancouver producer Patrick Holland aka Project Pablo’s house music goes breezy and back to basics on his debut full length and first release since moving to Montreal this Fall.

“I Want To Believe” is a 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 (which are provided on "Sky Lounge" and "Follow It Up" by Jeremy Dabrowski of Monreal band NONI WO) and insanely catchy/whistle-able melodic hooks. It’s traditionally funky but backlit with existentially spaced out textures and skewed by genre-splicings that spin cheesier elements into honest and at times meditative drifts, like opener “Sky Lounge” with reverberant synth fades on top a chunky 4/4 disco-influenced beat, or the downtime of “In The Mat” with a shuffled pace interspersed with pitched vocal “woop” snippets.

Focusing on solid, functional dance components, “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.

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