Paper Tree sneaked out into the world for a moment a few years back and then vanished. Lee Burridge loved the track so much that he continued to harass Rebelski, sometimes standing outside his window in the flower bed, for weeks on end until he finally agreed to let Lee release it on All Day I Dream. Not content with a single track Lee went back to Rebelski’s garden and tapped on the window repeatedly until he agreed to make some more beautiful tracks. Obviously pestering producers in this manner bares fruit. The Paper Tree EP ranges from a beautiful solitary solo piano piece that wouldn’t be amiss in a British period piece drama where someone dies unexpectedly leaving the survivors to deal with it, all the while maintaining their stiff upper lip. Fly The Kite’ made us want to go outside and do just that. So we did. It was epic. Circles And Squares joins Paper Tree as one of those dance floor moments best experienced with one’s eyes closed. Myriad is the sound of a young lady robot’s jewelry box (yes, we predict robots will be wearing jewelry in the future) that she(bot) pines to hear when she’s all grown up and rusty. Omoshiroi is, well, it’s just so damn pretty. Good work Rebelski. Good work.