Release #4 on Verdicchio Music Publishing arrives close behind pop driven single All I Need in contrasting fashion. Sliding away from robust stabs, and immodest piano hooks, Sofware is more genial. While warm, sustained chords blend with tearjerking melodic accents, no specific element takes the lead; the title track is a communal venture. Dead Channel follows along similarly, with a timid warble at its core. Halfway through, the harmony seems to all fall apart, but the groove continues and the melody sings to the finish. The B side fades in with a beat-absent number featuring wafts of phased out strings and a sporadic melody that bends and shrieks, all twisted up by a dying Vestax delay. Starting calm, Scroll Up moves through waves of soft pads, juggled percussion and digital organ, into a sea of weighty sub and synthetic keys, swiftly followed by a crescendo of progressive stabs and wailing vocals. not to give it all away. This record was made in a windowless room at the top of Montreals Saint Hubert Plaza.