There's Always More At The Store
by Project Pablo

— Released 6th April 2018 on Technicolour

Project Pablo announces new EP “There’s Always More At The Store”, via Ninja Tune’s Technicolour imprint. 

The Canadian producer has built an impressive discography in recent years with a stream of quality releases via labels such as Clone’s Royal Oak imprint, Spring Theory, Lone’s Magicwire and most recently his “Hope You’re Well” EP on Technicolour. Pitchfork were quick to acknowledge his unique production style and innate ability to balance the openness and exp...

Project Pablo announces new EP “There’s Always More At The Store”, via Ninja Tune’s Technicolour imprint. 

The Canadian producer has built an impressive discography in recent years with a stream of quality releases via labels such as Clone’s Royal Oak imprint, Spring Theory, Lone’s Magicwire and most recently his “Hope You’re Well” EP on Technicolour. Pitchfork were quick to acknowledge his unique production style and innate ability to balance the openness and experimental qualities of the back room and the hooks and sonics of the main room describing previous single ‘Is It Dry?’ as "a rarity: peak-time techno that won’t rot your brain or insult your intelligence, with appeal from the basement to the big leagues". 

Following recent excursions channeling the big room sound, he returns with a sleeker, more refined EP. "For this record I pushed myself to keep things more minimal than usual, in a relative sense.” he explains. "Focusing on repetition in melody, rhythm and harmony, putting a lot of trust in my initial ideas and letting them play out. It was harder to stop than to add more.”

The resulting five tracks span upbeat opener ‘Napoletana’ - “a rough and ready duet between a MFB 522 drum machine and Juno 106”; through the swirling improvised piano loops of 'Last Day’ - recorded in an hour just before he packed up his gear at the studio of fellow Montreal residents Braids and moved it all home; to the bumpy 2-step of 'Less and Less’. 

There's Always More At The Store
by Project Pablo

— Released 6th April 2018 on Technicolour

Physical

12" (TCLR027)

Black vinyl in uncoated sleeve with spine. Includes download code inside. Artwork by butler.svc.

£8.00
 

Digital

MP3 (TCLRDNL027)
£2.40
 
16-bit WAV (TCLRDNL027W)
£3.40
 

Bundles

There's Always More At The Store 12" + Hope You're Well 12" Vinyl Bundle (TCLRBUNDLE027)

Contains:
1 x There’s Always More At The Store 12" (TCLR027)
1 x Hope You're Well 12" (TCLR025)

More Info

£ 16.00 £13.00

Physical

Digital

12" (TCLR027)

Black vinyl in uncoated sleeve with spine. Includes download code inside. Artwork by butler.svc.

£8.00
MP3 (TCLRDNL027)
£2.40
16-bit WAV (TCLRDNL027W)
£3.40

Buy bundle

There's Always More At The Store 12" + Hope You're Well 12" Vinyl Bundle (TCLRBUNDLE027)

Contains:
1 x There’s Always More At The Store 12" (TCLR027)
1 x Hope You're Well 12" (TCLR025)

More Info

£ 16.00 £13.00

Tracklist

  • 12"
  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    Napoletana
  2. 2
    Remind Me Tomorrow
  3. 3
    Last Day
  4. 4
    Less and Less
  5. 5
    I Heard You Breathing
  6.  
    Play All (5)
  1. 1
    Napoletana
  2. 2
    Remind Me Tomorrow
  3. 3
    Last Day
  4. 4
    Less and Less
  5. 5
    I Heard You Breathing
  6.  
    Play All (5)
  1. 1
    Napoletana
  2. 2
    Remind Me Tomorrow
  3. 3
    Last Day
  4. 4
    Less and Less
  5. 5
    I Heard You Breathing
  6.  
    Play All (5)

Project Pablo announces new EP “There’s Always More At The Store”, via Ninja Tune’s Technicolour imprint. 

The Canadian producer has built an impressive discography in recent years with a stream of quality releases via labels such as Clone’s Royal Oak imprint, Spring Theory, Lone’s Magicwire and most recently his “Hope You’re Well” EP on Technicolour. Pitchfork were quick to acknowledge his unique production style and innate ability to balance the openness and exp...

Project Pablo announces new EP “There’s Always More At The Store”, via Ninja Tune’s Technicolour imprint. 

The Canadian producer has built an impressive discography in recent years with a stream of quality releases via labels such as Clone’s Royal Oak imprint, Spring Theory, Lone’s Magicwire and most recently his “Hope You’re Well” EP on Technicolour. Pitchfork were quick to acknowledge his unique production style and innate ability to balance the openness and experimental qualities of the back room and the hooks and sonics of the main room describing previous single ‘Is It Dry?’ as "a rarity: peak-time techno that won’t rot your brain or insult your intelligence, with appeal from the basement to the big leagues". 

Following recent excursions channeling the big room sound, he returns with a sleeker, more refined EP. "For this record I pushed myself to keep things more minimal than usual, in a relative sense.” he explains. "Focusing on repetition in melody, rhythm and harmony, putting a lot of trust in my initial ideas and letting them play out. It was harder to stop than to add more.”

The resulting five tracks span upbeat opener ‘Napoletana’ - “a rough and ready duet between a MFB 522 drum machine and Juno 106”; through the swirling improvised piano loops of 'Last Day’ - recorded in an hour just before he packed up his gear at the studio of fellow Montreal residents Braids and moved it all home; to the bumpy 2-step of 'Less and Less’.