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do the work

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do the work 08:08
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2 the 9s 08:08
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psionic 08:08
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Pablo Splice steps up with some new business. It's hard to pin down exactly where this fits in but it definitely spans a few styles of electro with a twist of techno and some deep analogue house. It's also safe to say these tracks probably don't sound too much like anything else.

'Do the work' takes a moment to lay out the cardboard, then it kicks off - a relentless glitchy bass hook powering through an 8-minute routine with alternating levels of intensity. Use with caution.

'2 the 9s' promises to make it weird... and it also promises a world of stank face in the place. If you like your electro with a dose of minimal techno, and a nod to drum n bass or something wobbly in the bass realm, this should be quite pleasing.

'Psionic' could be considered the emotive ballad of the set. Melodic and deep, this one vibes on 808 electro breaks spaced to the extremities. A series of stabs and spacious melodic hooks cascade in layers, a little bit sci-jazz-fi...

Revising '2 the 9s' is one of electro's trippiest producers by far... he leaves a distinct mark wherever he appears and instantly left a mark on Pablo Splice since first hearing his unbelievably cool track, 'Rush Hour'... and that's exactly why he was highly coveted for a remix... it's a special honour to have a remixer casually re-craft an original that was in truth, directly inspired by their music... as anticipated, Fleck E.S.C. graciously delivers both his signature funk and weird - fresh and direct from Tokyo...

Adding a sugar coating to his own recent 'Magnetic Incursions' EP released for Woodwork, the esteemed Jay Tripwire contributes a rendition of 'Psionic' that is true to form, relentlessly groovy and dubbed-out with his signature voodoo-minimalist flair...

...But rounding off the entire bill is none other than Gez Varley, G-Man himself. For Pablo Splice, Gez had mad influence as a bleep techno pioneer in the legendary outfit LFO, through to his post-industrial minimal techno as G-Man that has set new standards since the late 90s. G-Man was enlisted to mold the chosen original mix into something that would legitimately become his own. The absolute artistry of what resulted is a pristine example of elegance and ease. Somehow he reduces 'Do the Work' to nothing but a stem cell and re-imagines the inescapable hook in its simplest possible form. A select few can craft a mix so subtle, hypnotic and addictive.

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released June 22, 2020

cover photo by Darren Woodhead

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pablo splice Vancouver, British Columbia

Pablo Splice is a crossover project produced by Pete Grove. In an effort to carve an individual path through the common territory overlapped by electro, EBM, techno, bass music and synthwave electronica, Pablo Splice pulls no punches, makes no sacrifices, and panders to no singular genre or scene, with too many new things to experience with open ears, open mind and adventurous approach. ... more

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