Review: For the last couple years, Montreal's Project Pablo has been busing honing his own unique house sound across a wide range of labels. He's prolific, too, with this being his third EP on Verdicchio Music Publishing this year alone. He favours clean, thin harmonic keys and pads that can be either lush and dreamy or more rave-tinged. "Sofware" is a case of the former, with soft drums and mellifluous melodies getting you swaying. The underlapping drums on "Dead Channel" are to die for as yawning pads get you in a dream state, before "Boingo Myth" quickly wakes you up again with its scribbly, icy pads. "Scroll Up" marks a celebratory breaktbeat finale that will pump the party with euphoric cries and pianos to get hands in the air.